Texas Health Alliance Opens a Major Hospital Expansion

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About the Project
  • Why Are We Expanding?

    “When we first opened our doors in 2012, we committed to be a hospital built by the community, for the community, and we continue to serve our community today through this new vertical expansion,” said Clint Abernathy, president of Texas Health Alliance. “In the Alliance area today, 70,000 rooftops are currently under construction to add to the 320,000 people we now serve. We are up 200,000 from just 8 years ago. In a community that grows like Alliance has grown, we must be nimble and ready to respond to the need. With the services offered in our expanded facilities, we will be able to do just that.”

  • What’s Being Added

    The new vertical expansion at Texas Health Alliance adds three stories to the hospital, with more than 65,000 square feet of additional space and brings the hospital’s total patient bed count to 151. The expansion includes:

    • a new women’s and infants’ center
    • additional space for critical care and medical-surgical, including a new surgical suite
    • new support services wing

  • Improved Customer Experience

    The new tower includes a concierge service that introduces patients to their rooms, show them how to use updated technology, including iPads that allow them to interact with support services, order food, control the temperature of the room and even Skype with loved ones.

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