Methodist McKinney Hospital announced that it recently acquired an outpatient surgery center, located at 1505 Harroun Street, just two miles from the downtown square in McKinney. Immediate plans are to remodel the facility and expand service offerings. The remodel, which begins in late January, aims to recreate the surgery center’s exterior to better align with the aesthetic of downtown McKinney. Construction is expected to be complete in early February, and the surgery center will reopen shortly thereafter.
“Acquiring the outpatient surgery center is an opportunity for Methodist McKinney Hospital to better serve our community by providing additional services in multiple locations,” says Joe Minissale, president of Methodist McKinney Hospital. “Just as patients find with our existing services, this surgery center is going to operate at the same level of high quality care that patients have come to expect from Methodist McKinney Hospital.”
Methodist McKinney Hospital has retained the facility’s five primary physicians: Drs. Michael Adams, MD, Stephen Morgan, MD, and Lynn Rodgers, MD, specializing in orthopedic surgery; Dr. Craig Chambers, MD, who specializes in pain management; and Dr. Lee Brock, MD, specializing in pain management and anesthesia. The surgery center will provide a wide variety of surgeries with a primary focus on orthopedics and pain management, addressing common issues such as ACL tears, fractures, sports injuries and back and neck pain.
In addition to his role as president of Methodist McKinney Hospital, Minissale will also serve as the surgery center’s administrator.
“This is an ideal time to invest in another high-quality facility,” says Minissale. “The new surgical center will help alleviate some of the congestion at the hospital’s main campus. With our continued growth and community demand, now is the time to expand as we continue to deliver exceptional quality care for our patients.”
The new Methodist McKinney Surgery Center, which features two surgery suites, is little more than eight miles from the main Methodist McKinney Hospital campus.