Health Care Directory 2019: Development projects in McKinney, Prosper

Cook Childrenu2019s Health Care System is opening a new children's hospital in Prosper.

Cook Childrenu2019s Health Care System is opening a new children's hospital in Prosper.

For our Health Care Directory we included a noncomprehensive list of health care-related development projects taking place in McKinney and nearby Prosper.


Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-McKinney
A new $30 million cardiovascular hospital is opening in August at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-McKinney. The 35,000-square-foot facility will feature an outpatient nursing unit, four procedure rooms and extra space for future expansions. The hospital will offer preventive and treatment services for heart disease and will provide noninvasive cardiovascular services as well as electrophysiological and catheterization services.


Medical City McKinney
Medical City McKinney has two expansions in the pipeline totaling $107 million as part of a $1.7 billion capital investment initiative from Medical City Healthcare, the hospital’s parent company. These funds will go toward expansions and improvements to existing hospitals, upgraded technology and new services.

A $52 million behavioral health and rehabilitation pavilion broke ground at Medical City McKinney last summer. When complete, the pavilion will include inpatient treatment rooms, adult and geriatric behavioral health rooms, and the relocation of various services from the Wysong Campus. The pavilion is set to open in spring 2020.

An additional $55 million expansion is set to break ground in late 2019. The expansion will include a two-story patient tower and an expansion of the hospital’s emergency department. The expansion will include 11 new private emergency treatment rooms, including two trauma rooms, and 36 private inpatient or surgical patient rooms. Imaging services are also set to be expanded. The new tower is expected to provide space for future additional floors.

Family Health Center at Virginia Parkway
A federally qualified health center, or FQHC, is looking to expand its operations with a new facility. The FQHC, named the Family Health Center at Virginia Parkway, has been operating out of the Wysong Campus at 120 S. Central Expressway, Stes. 103 and 105, since January 2018. The FQHC provides care to uninsured or underinsured patients. The new $7 million facility is expected to be built at 1620 W. Virginia St. on 2.4 acres of land. The new facility is planned to be more than double the size of the current 6,800-square-foot building and will have double the number of providers as well as a laboratory, X-ray machines, classroom space for medical students and likely a pharmacy. The new facility is expected to break ground June 20.


Cook Children’s Health Care System
Phase 1 of a new children’s hospital is underway on 23 acres of land at the corner of Windsong Parkway and US 380 in Prosper. Cook Children’s Health Care System announced plans for the new hospital in April and expects to begin offering primary and urgent care services this fall. An outpatient surgery center and a comprehensive outpatient specialty center with imaging and lab services is set to open by spring 2020. An inpatient pediatric hospital is slated to open in 2022 and will include a neonatal intensive care unit, an emergency department, operating rooms and a surgical unit.

Children’s Health
Children’s Health is opening a 72-acre medical campus at the intersection of US 380 and the Dallas North Tollway in Prosper. The development will include pediatric health care services as well as corporate, hospitality and retail facilities. The new development comes as part of the pediatric hospital company’s growing presence in Collin County.

By Emily Davis
Emily graduated from Sam Houston State University with a degree in multi-platform journalism and a minor in criminal justice in Spring 2018. During her studies, Emily worked as an editor and reporter at The Houstonian, SHSU's local newspaper. Upon graduation, she began an editorial internship at Community Impact Newspaper in DFW, where she was then hired as Community Impact's first McKinney reporter in August 2018.