A $138.5 million renovation and expansion will help to improve service time at Iowa’s busiest emergency center, which treats nearly 75,000 patients a year.
The new Genesis Medical Center (GMC) – Davenport at the East Rusholme Street campus broke ground in late June and is one of the largest financial investments ever made in the history of the Quad Cities, a group of five cities surrounding the Mississippi River on the Iowa-Illinois border.
The first virtual care center in the U.S. is underway. The four-story, 120,000-square-foot facility, operated by Mercy health care system, will accommodate nearly 300 physicians, nurses, specialists, researchers and support staff when it opens in 2015.
A new 44,300-square-foot outpatient clinic is coming to the Fair Park neighborhood of Dallas in order to provide the community with accessibility to high-quality health care while taking steps to revitalize the community.
Dallas-based BOKA Powell designed the $19.8 million Hatcher Station Village, which is operated by the Parkland Health & Hospital System. The facility is set to open in the first quarter of 2015 with a design that will invite the community and expand accessibility to health care.
Texas Health Resources, a non-profit company that operates a network of hospitals and health facilities in the North Texas region, has announced plans to construct a new $95 million hospital to serve Tarrant County residents. To be located just west of the current facility, the new six-story Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South hospital will be 228,300 square feet and feature a glass curtain exterior. The Beck Group, headquartered in Dallas, is the architect on the project.