Fort Worth —Medical City Alliance is announcing a $51 million, 85,000 square foot capital investment project to better serve patients in the expanding north Ft. Worth/Alliance corridor.
The construction project builds on the previous capital investment of $113 million made since operation began in February 2015 and further develops the 76-acre campus located at the northeast corner of I35W and North Tarrant Parkway. These improvements include:
- 8 Additional emergency treatment rooms
- 1 Trauma room
- Expanded laboratory
- 2 MedSurg/ICU patient care floors
- Upgrades/updates for equipment, facilities including space for future Cath Lab and Laboratory expansions
The planned construction adds a total of 85,000 square feet of new space to the hospital footprint and sets the foundation for future NICU and Cath Lab expansions. Construction is expected to begin this summer and will be completed in mid-2020.
“Medical City Alliance is proud to provide compassionate and high-quality healthcare since opening over four years ago,” said Glenn Wallace, CEO of Medical City Alliance. “As the Alliance corridor continues to grow, additional capacity on our campus is needed so that we can continue to be the destination for healthcare excellence in this community.”
Medical City Alliance is a leader in quality outcomes and operational efficiency that expedites care with excellent patient experiences verified nationally with high HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) scores. Medical City Alliance was recently accredited by the State of Texas as a Level III NICU, has a Level V Chest Pain Accredited cardiovascular program, and is consistently ranked by physicians as a best place to practice. As part of Medical City Healthcare, Medical City Alliance can leverage the expertise of all 14 North Texas hospitals for additional and immediate specialty support.
The expansion of the Medical City Alliance campus is part of a major capital investment initiative of more than $1.7 billion spent or committed over five years across Medical City Healthcare. Investments include expansion and improvements to existing hospitals, new services, upgraded technology and the purchase and construction of new facilities.