Texas Health Allen | Hospital in Allen, TX

Welcome to Texas Health Allen

A hospital of firsts, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen has served the local community and surrounding areas of Collin County since 2000. From being the first to offer robotic technology for partial knee replacement to the first hospital in Texas designated as “Baby Friendly” by the World Health Organization, we are committed to meeting the health care needs of the growing Allen population. At Texas Health Allen, our team of physicians on the medical staff is pleased to offer patients access to advanced care in high demand specialties such as orthopedics, back and spine, sports medicine and cardiology.

Parking & Transportation

Free parking is available for all patients and visitors in lots surrounding Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen.

For more information on where parking is available, view or print a copy of the campus map.

Dining Options

Texas Health Allen Café

Location: First floor of the main building

The café offers hot food options, a salad bar and grill.
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
(hot food bar closes at 2 p.m. and salad bar closes at 2:15 p.m.)

Fresh Market Café

Location: Near the Main Lobby next to the Rodenbaugh Conference Room

Available at all times, the Fresh Market Café offers traditional vending options along with fresh fruit, sandwiches and healthy snacks. Credit and debit cards are accepted.

Gift Shop

Hospital Gift Shop

Medical Office Building 2, next to the Breast Center
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.


Main Chapel

People of all faiths are welcome to use the chapel, located near the main lobby, across from the Fresh Market Café. If you need a chaplain, please call 972-747-1000.

Texas Health Athlete Complex
Texas Health Athlete Complex
Experience stadium-sized facilities designed for sports medicine care.
Texas Health Allen
We've Grown!
Facilities in a new three-story tower ensure that Texas Health Allen can meet the needs of a burgeoning community.
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Visitor Guidelines & Your Upcoming Visit
We have modified many of our guidelines to help keep our patients, their visitors, our care teams and the entire North Texas community safe. Find information to help you prepare for your procedure or visit.
We have has a range of specialists to provide relief and help restore your quality of life.
Heart & Vascular
Learn more about our new electrophysiology program and capabilities of the new cardiovascular lab.
Have a Texas Health Allen Baby
The first gift to your newborn should be the right hospital. Learn more about having your baby with us.
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Back and Spine Care
Texas Health Allen offers a personalized and conservative care approach to back and spine health.
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Healthier back. More active you.
What can you do with a healthier back? Live the active lifestyle you want. Take our Back Health Assessment or find a back and spine specialist today.
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Advanced Stroke Care
Stroke is a leading cause of death in the United States. As a primary stroke center, Texas Health Allen is committed to comprehensive stroke care and recovery.
Hospital Leadership
  • Amanda Thrash, President
    Amanda Thrash
    Amanda Thrash

    Amanda Thrash serves as president of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen, joining the leadership team there in July 2022.

    Most recently, Thrash served as vice president, professional and support services, at Texas Health Plano. Her tenure with Texas Health extends much further, though.

    She started at Texas Health Dallas as an administrative resident in 2009, moving to Texas Health Presbyterian Plano in 2010. She became administrator of Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Prosper in 2016, serving in that role for two years.

    During the four years prior to joining Texas Health Allen, Thrash led multiple strategic growth initiatives at Texas Health Plano, including advancement of EMS Outreach strategy, resulting in significant growth in EMS traffic; and perioperative quality and efficiency initiatives, resulting in growth of the cardiovascular surgery and robotic surgery service lines.

    In her spare time, Thrash enjoys spending time with her husband, Bucky, and their young son, Beau. They love cheering on the TCU Horned Frogs during football season and entertaining friends in their home.

  • John Summers, Chief Nursing Officer
    John Summers, R.N.
    John Summers

    John Summers, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, serves as the chief nursing officer at Texas Health Allen.

    Summers started his career in health care as a United States Air Force medic in the early 1990s. After an honorable discharge, he went back to school and completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Wilmington University. He relocated to the Dallas area in 2001. Prior to joining Texas Health in 2018, he worked at the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) for 17 years, with the last five years serving at Medical City McKinney. He holds a Doctor of Education degree from Abilene Christian University. In 2016 Summers was recognized as a DFW Great 100 Nurse.

    Summers currently serves as the chair of the Collin College Nursing Community Advisory Board. He also serves on the Dallas area March of Dimes Executive Leadership Committee, as well as on the Allen ISD SOAR committee.

    A resident of McKinney, he enjoys spending time with his daughter, Elizabeth, and their Great Dane named Daisy. His hobbies include hiking, cycling, and traveling.

  • Robert Schwab, Chief Quality and Medical Officer
    Robert Schwab, M.D.
    Robert Schwab

    Robert Schwab, M.D., serves as chief quality and medical officer of Texas Health Allen.

    In his role as chief medical officer, Schwab works closely with hospital and medical staff leadership to promote safety and clinical excellence in patient care. During his tenure at Texas Health Allen, the hospital was awarded an “A” rating for safety from the The Leapfrog Group, recognized as a top performer on key quality measures by The Joint Commission and improved physician engagement and partnership.

    Schwab, who previously served as chief medical officer at Texas Health Denton, came to North Texas in 2010 from St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, Mo., where he served as patient safety officer as well as a palliative medicine physician. He had previously served as professor and chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine and professor of Medical Humanities at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine.

    He graduated with high distinction from the University of Virginia College of Arts and Sciences and received his medical degree from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. Schwab completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Truman Medical Center in Kansas City and also completed a fellowship in Patient Safety in 2007-2008. He is board-certified in Emergency Medicine and received his certification as a Physician Executive from the American Association for Physician Leadership in 2016.

    In addition to his role at Texas Health Allen, Schwab teaches an undergraduate premedical course at The University of Texas at Dallas. He also continues to speak nationally about the primary role of humanism in medical practice, and the role of art and the humanities in the development of health care professionals.

    In his free time, Schwab has published two novels and fronts a cover band that plays events and venues throughout the Metroplex. He enjoys golf, and spending time with his wife, Cathy, his two adult children, Tyler and Emily, and the masters of his home, his two cats, Soxy and Jester.

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