Health Care

Texas Health announces $300M expansion project

Texas Health Resources announced via a press release that it is embarking on a new surgical patient tower for Texas Health Fort Worth. The project, which will include 144 patient beds and 15 surgical suites, will expand the hospital’s capacity for advanced care. The project is planned to be completed in 2021 and will cost $300M.

The project includes a new nine-story tower at Texas Health’s main Fort Worth Campus on Pennsylvania Ave. Construction should begin mid-2018.

Barclay Berdan, Texas Health Chief Executive Officer, said in the press release: “With this new tower, we’re expanding our capacity for more complex procedures and advanced care, which lets people in Fort Worth and nearby communities stay close to home when they need care.”


Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health systems in the United States. The health system includes Texas Health Physicians Group and hospitals under the banners of Texas Health Presbyterian, Texas Health Arlington Memorial, Texas Health Harris Methodist and Texas Health Huguley. The system also includes outpatient facilities, satellite ERs, home health and preventive and fitness services to provide the full continuum of care for all stages of life. Find out more on the organization’s website. publishes every week.
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