Hospital statistics: Learn more about Plano's growing health care industry

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There are five major hospitals in the city of Plano. Two of these facilities saw their trauma-level designations rise in 2017: Medical City Plano upgraded to a Level I trauma center and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano upgraded to Level II.

Medical City of Plano
3901 W. 15th St., Plano
Trauma level: Level I
NICU level: Level III
Number of employees: 1,600
Number of beds: 513
Most common treatments: trauma care, emergency care, stroke, orthopedic, cardiovascular interventions

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano
6200 W. Parker Road, Plano
Trauma level: Level II
NICU level: Level IIIB
Number of employees: 1,680
Number of beds: 386
Most common treatments: total joint replacement, trauma care, scoliosis surgery, spine care, women’s services

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Plano
4700 Alliance Blvd., Plano
Trauma level: N/A
NICU level: N/A
Number of employees: 790
Number of beds: 160
Most common treatments: brain and spine services, scoliosis treatment, weight loss surgery, digestive disease, general surgery, cancer treatment, orthopedic care

Children’s Medical Center Plano
7601 Preston Road, Plano
Trauma level: Level IV
NICU level: N/A
Number of employees: 761
Number of beds: 72
Most common treatments: Sports related injuries treated at the Andrews institute of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano
1100 Allied Drive, Plano
Trauma level: N/A
NICU level: N/A
Number of employees: approximately 1,000
Number of beds: 116
Most common treatments: cardiovascular care, including minimally invasive procedures, open heart surgery, electrophysiology, vascular surgery and research

By Nicole Luna
Nicole Luna is the Senior Reporter for Frisco. She covers development, transportation, education, business and city government. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Spanish from The University of Texas at Arlington and has been with Community Impact Newspaper since June 2015.


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