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
972-596-6800
www.medicalcityplano.com
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
972-981-8000
www.texashealth.org/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
469-814-2000
www.bswhealth.com/locations/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
469-303-7000
www.childrens.com
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
469-814-3278
www.thehearthospitalbaylor.com
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

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