21 private and spacious rooms provide comfort and high-quality stay for surgical cancer patients
Medical City Dallas is pleased to announce the opening of its newly renovated surgical cancer floor. The $7.5 million dollar renovation project upgraded 14,300 square feet of space and added 21 new beds that are dedicated to serving cancer patients.
“We pride ourselves in being the leader for providing excellent patient care, whether that means being at the forefront of cutting-edge technology, working with the most skilled and knowledgeable experts, or offering the best accommodations so that our patients can heal and recover in comfort,” said Troy Villarreal, FACHE, President and CEO at Medical City Dallas. “The upgrades that we implemented is an example of Medical City’s continued dedication to providing the highest quality care possible to the communities that we serve.”
Each room offers extraordinary views of the Dallas skyline and features new furniture, upgraded restrooms, in-room workstations, high-quality fixtures, contemporary artwork, a flat screen TV and updated channels for a comfortable yet modern stay. The greatly expanded family waiting room also includes a flat screen TV with access to an increased list of channels, as well as a business center that includes a new internet-connected computer. Complimentary Wi-Fi is always available for patients and visitors throughout the hospital. The unit itself has wide and spacious halls and features a sleek, redesigned nurses’ station that allows quick access to all patient areas.
“Our newly upgraded, state-of-the-art surgical oncology floor allows our multi-disciplinary teams to provide the highest quality healthcare available to our patients,” said Zach Mueller, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive of Medical City Dallas. “The renovations will also heighten the overall patient experience by providing high-end comforts for recovering while away from home. It is a testament to our mission for the care and improvement of human life.”
The $7.5 million dollar project concluded after six months of renovations. The new unit reopened and began serving oncology patients on February 1, 2016.
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