Recognizing the need for a patient access point in the fast-growing northern suburbs, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children is building a new ambulatory care center in Frisco!
The new facility, located on 40 acres at the corner of Lebanon Road and the Dallas North Tollway, will initially serve outpatients with clinic visits and day surgery. Patients will still have to visit the Dallas hospital for major surgeries and some other services.
Our original campus at Oak Lawn and Maple will not be changing and will continue its mission of treating patients with orthopaedic conditions, certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia.
“In trying to look at the future and look at how we can impact the community in this new era of health care reform and how we can better serve the families that we are here to take care of, we started looking at areas of the Metroplex that might could help achieve that,” TSRHC President and CEO Robert Walker said in a recent interview with Frisco Community Impact Newspaper.
Stay tuned for updates! Groundbreaking is expected to happen next spring with hopes of opening the new center in 2016. We look forward to meeting our neighbors and patients in the Frisco area!
View recent news articles about the new center at the following links:
Dallas Morning News: Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children to build Frisco campus
Dallas Business Journal: Texas Scottish Rite Hospital buys 40 acres in Frisco for new facility
Frisco Community Impact Newspaper: Scottish Rite to build branch facility in Frisco
D Healthcare Daily: Scottish Rite Buys 40 Acres in Frisco for Planned Expansion