McKinney – Medical City ER Stonebridge, a department of Medical City McKinney, reopened on July 10 to provide full-service emergency care for adults, children and infants in McKinney and surrounding communities. As part of the reopening, Medical City McKinney presented a $5,000 charitable donation to the Collin College Department of Emergency Medical Services (EMS), which educates and develops emergency medical professionals in the science and art of prehospital emergency medicine.

Medical City ER Stonebridge was temporarily closed in March 2020 to better direct resources and staff during COVID-19 surges. However, resources are once again available to offer vital emergency care 24 hours a day, seven days a week in this convenient location.

“We are thrilled to expand access to high-quality, safe emergency care closer to home for many Collin County residents – backed by all of the resources and clinical expertise of Medical City McKinney,” says Medical City McKinney CEO Ernest Lynch.

Staffed with board-certified emergency physicians and emergency-trained nurses, the full-service Medical City ER Stonebridge offers the same level of care found in a hospital-based ER, with seamless admission to Medical City McKinney, should a higher level of care or inpatient services be required. Medical City ER Stonebridge facilities include:

  • 12 private patient treatment rooms, including two pediatric rooms
  • Dedicated trauma code room
  • Medical laboratory
  • Imaging suite with X-ray, computerized tomography (CT) scans and ultrasound

Medical City ER Stonebridge, which first opened in 2015, is located at 8995 W. University Drive in McKinney, at the intersection of W. University Drive and N. Custer Road.

Medical City ER Stonebridge Building
Ribbon Cutting at Medical City ER Stonebridge