Medical City McKinney
May 13, 2020

Project relocates services to main Medical City McKinney campus

McKinney, Texas–This summer, Medical City McKinney will relocate its behavioral health and inpatient rehabilitation services from the Wysong campus to a new $52 million facility located on the hospital’s main campus. The opening of the leading edge behavioral health and inpatient pavilion will enable needed expansion of services for these existing programs.

“By expanding and moving these services to our main campus, we will be able to provide our patients with a full continuum of care in one location,” said Ernest C. Lynch, III, FACHE, CEO of Medical City McKinney. “Our patients will be better served when our entire range of healthcare services are centrally located on one campus.”

The facility was approved in October 2017 to meet the growing needs of the McKinney community. Construction began on the 80,000 square foot, two story pavilion in September 2018. The new behavioral health and inpatient rehab pavilion will include:

  • 20 inpatient rehabilitation patient rooms
  • 80 adult and geriatric behavioral health patient rooms
  • Outdoor healing garden
  • Design elements focus on natural lighting and open floor plan in common areas

Medical City McKinney’s behavioral health services provide care for adults ages 18 and over for a wide range of conditions including depression, anxiety and bipolar disorders.

The new inpatient rehabilitation facility will allow the dedicated team of doctors, nurses and therapist to provide comprehensive rehab services in a beautiful, inviting environment with leading edge therapy equipment. Inpatient Rehab treatments focus on stroke, amputee, brain injury, cardiac, multi-trauma, neurological, orthopedics, spinal cord, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s. Medical City McKinney’s inpatient rehab unit is also a Joint Commission accredited primary stroke rehabilitation center.

“Medical City McKinney is expanding to meet our growing community’s needs and we are excited the new behavioral health and inpatient rehab pavilion will open this summer,” said Lynch.