Since opening our doors in 1975, The Medical Center of Plano has provided Plano and Collin County with superior healthcare. We've built our reputation on the exceptional compassion we offer all our patients, a legacy preserved from our simple beginnings as a small community hospital. Now, as a world-class medical facility offering the latest in technologies and a comprehensive range of healthcare services, The Medical Center of Plano continues its growth to maintain its position as a leader in healthcare across the region.
The Medical Center of Plano is a full-service, 493-bed acute-care facility with more than 1,600 employees and over 1,000 physicians on staff, representing over 70 specialties and subspecialties. The Medical Center of Plano is the first hospital in Dallas, Collin, or Denton Counties to be awarded Comprehensive Stroke Center accreditation by the State of Texas. The Brain & Spine Hospital at The Medical Center of Plano provides world-renowned neuroscience care, including advanced treatments for brain cancer, life-saving interventions for stroke patients, as well as treatments for scoliosis and other complex spine disorders.
Our main campus in the heart of Plano includes the main hospital and medical offices, an outpatient surgery center, a comprehensive cancer-treatment center, an emergency and Level 2 trauma center, a radiology/imaging center, a comprehensive cardiovascular program, the Center for Lifestyle Enhancement, The Bariatric Surgery Institute, Wound Care Center and complete women's and children's services including a high-risk antepartum unit and a Level 3 neonatal intensive-care unit. In 2014, The Medical Center of Plano opened an additional full-service, provider-based emergency department in northern Plano.
The medical staff at The Medical Center of Plano is a diverse group of the best professionals available. They are dedicated and committed to using new technologies and keeping up-to-date on recent advancements in healthcare. Every member of our staff - including nurses, radiologists, therapists, pharmacists, support staff, management and administration - is focused on the health and comfort of every patient who comes through our doors.
Accredited by The Joint Commission, The Medical Center of Plano continued our legacy of firsts in 2007 by becoming the first hospital in Collin County to achieve elite Magnet recognition from the American Nurses Association, and was re-accredited in 2012.
Looking ahead, The Medical Center of Plano plans to open a new inpatient rehabilitation unit in addition to a burn unit in 2015. The hospital also plans on seeking a Level I Trauma Center designation in 2016. In pursuit of these goals, the facility anticipates adding graduate medical education and an increased focus on research.
There's a real difference at The Medical Center of Plano, and it's evident in the way we touch the lives of those we treat.