Signs begin changing to unify Medical City Healthcare brand

Signs inside and outside are transitioning at Medical City Arlington. The renaming is part of a unifying name change for Medical City Healthcare’s 13 North Texas hospitals and seven off-campus hospital ERs that was announced on Nov. 18, 2016.

ER Grand Prairie will now be known as Medical City ER Grand Prairie.

“Medical City is a trusted name with an immediately recognizable reputation for quality healthcare,” says Winston Borland, CEO of Medical City Arlington. “For years we have been a corporate family connected under Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). Now, the public and our patients will be able to immediately identify our expansive and unified system of care in their own communities.”

The unifying name change coincides with a major capital investment initiative of more than $1.5 billion spent or committed across the Medical City Healthcare system over three years. As part of those capital improvements, Medical City Arlington is undergoing a $100 million improvement project that includes a $15 million fifth-floor addition to the acute care tower which will become an Inpatient Rehab Unit, a $25 million expansion of the emergency room and intensive care unit, and a $60 million expansion and renovation to the existing Women’s tower which will become Medical City Arlington’s Women’s Hospital.

The new Women’s Hospital at Medical City Arlington will include a total of 70 post-partum, ante partum and gynecology beds, future expansion to 23 labor and delivery suites, and a total of 35 beds in the neo-natal intensive care unit. In addition to an expanded obstetric emergency department, Medical City Arlington will enlarge its labor and delivery recovery area, enhancing its market-leading women’s care reputation. More than 4,300 babies are delivered annually at Medical City Arlington.

Digital assets, including the web pages, social media sites and employee email addresses already reflect the new name.

Here is a comprehensive list of all Medical City Healthcare hospitals and off-campus emergency rooms:

  • Medical City Alliance (from Medical Center Alliance)
  • Medical City Arlington (from Medical Center Arlington)
  • Medical City Children's Hospital
  • Medical City Dallas
  • Medical City Denton (from Denton Regional Medical Center)
  • Medical City Fort Worth (from Plaza Medical Center of Fort Worth)
  • Medical City Frisco, A Medical City Plano Facility
  • Medical City Green Oaks Hospital (from Green Oaks Hospital)
  • Medical City Las Colinas (from Las Colinas Medical Center)
  • Medical City Lewisville (from Medical Center of Lewisville)
  • Medical City McKinney (from Medical Center of McKinney)
  • Medical City North Hills (from North Hills Hospital)
  • Medical City Plano (from The Medical Center of Plano)
  • Medical City ER Grand Prairie, A Department of Medical City Arlington (from ER at Grand Prairie)
  • Medical City ER Burleson, A Department of Medical City Fort Worth (from ER at Burleson)
  • Medical City ER Flower Mound, A Department of Medical City Lewisville (from Flower Mound Emergency Center)
  • Medical City ER Plano, A Department of Medical City Plano (from 24/7 Emergency Care)
  • Medical City ER Stonebridge, A Department of Medical City McKinney (from ER at Stonebridge)
  • Medical City ER Park Cities, A Department of Medical City Dallas (from Medical City ER Dallas)
  • Medical City ER Saginaw, A Department of Medical City Alliance