Texas Health to Build $128 Million Specialty Center for Women and Infants in Denton

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital is planning a new $128 million specialty care center in Denton to serve mothers, families and infants.The hospital system said the new 160,000-square-foot building will add a labor and delivery center with 12 rooms as well as 30 postpartum and antepartum beds and two surgical suites for C-sections. The project will also bump the number of emergency department beds up to 38 from the existing 28.The facility is expected to open by mid-2022, the company said. Denton is a rapidly growing community where the population went from about 84,000 in 2000 to more than 136,000 in 2017. Its surrounding county has about 836,000 residents."The design of this space and the experience we want to provide to the community will have direct input from our consumers and our dedicated care team so that the experience our patients feel when they are going through their care journey exceeds their expectations," Texas Health senior vice president Kathi Cox said in a statement.  Continue reading...

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