Medical City Frisco expansion
Overview of the project and space.
Medical City Frisco added 118,000 square feet of patient care space to their already 150,000 square foot hospital. The space incorporates two spacious waiting areas, and 36 additional patient care beds, increasing the hospital system’s capacity to 98. The new building also allows for up to 6 added floors of expansion in the future as needed.
What was the design vision for the space?
The new Medical City Frisco building is based in the heart of Frisco, just across from World Cup Plaza, the FC Dallas soccer stadium. Surrounded by vibrant shops and restaurants, the building is centrally located for easy access to the community.
The building itself was designed to be a calming, healing space. Filled with comfortable lounge seating and surrounded by windows, the facility feels bright and peaceful. Medical City Frisco also wanted to prioritize caregiver support. With nursing stations, staff rooms, and caregiver workstations built throughout the ICU and patient rooms, caregivers now have quick bases to retreat to and collect their thoughts or collaborate with others.
What problem were they trying to solve?
Collin County, where Medical City Frisco is located, has reported the second-highest population growth in the entire USA in the last year. The growing community demands growth from the surrounding healthcare system to support their needs. HCA Healthcare, the health system that owns and manages Medical City Frisco, decided to invest an additional $91 million to supply the necessary resources.