January 27, 2021
DALLAS – Three Medical City Healthcare hospitals were named “Best Place to Have a Baby” in their respective counties by DFWChild magazine. The highly coveted award is voted on by thousands in the community and recognizes Medical City Healthcare’s commitment to being the destination of choice for labor and delivery in North Texas.
- Medical City Dallas was named “Best Place to Have a Baby” in Dallas County and received the award for “Best Local Childbirth Class.”
- Medical City Lewisville was named “Best Place to Have a Baby” in Denton County and was also voted “Best Local Childbirth Class.”
- Medical City Plano won “Best Place to Have a Baby” in Collin County for the third time in a row with an additional award for its “Prepared Childbirth” program.
“These awards reflect our dedication to providing outstanding labor and delivery services every day across the Medical City Healthcare system,” says Erol Akdamar, FACHE, president of Medical City Healthcare. “Exceptional quality, patient-centered and compassionate care are among the many reasons our hospitals are recognized as the destination of choice for women’s healthcare in North Texas.”
Medical City Healthcare hospitals delivered 19,000 babies, providing the birthing choices, personalized amenities and clinical excellence that families need and expect. Healthgrades also recognized nine Medical City Healthcare hospitals in 2020 for superior women’s services. Medical City Arlington and Medical City Dallas each have dedicated women’s hospitals and Medical City Children’s Hospital – located on the same campus as Medical City Dallas – also offers a comprehensive Fetal Care Center, providing the region’s highest level of prenatal diagnosis and the full spectrum of fetal surgical procedures for unborn babies with complex and life-threatening birth defects.
Learn more about labor and delivery services and enhanced safety precautions for pregnant women at Medical City Healthcare on the COVID-19 and pregnancy Resource Hub.