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What trauma level is Texas Health Plano?

What trauma level is Texas Health Plano?

Level II trauma
Texas Health Plano named a Level II trauma facility Patients will now have 24-hour access to teams of surgeons, anesthesiologists and emergency department physicians, according to the release.

How many beds does Texas Health Plano have?

Identification and Characteristics

Name and Address: Texas Health Plano 6200 West Parker Road Plano, TX 75093
Total Staffed Beds: 369
Total Patient Revenue: $1,290,451,313
Total Discharges: 17,488
Total Patient Days: 78,287

How many hospitals does Texas Health have?

29 hospital locations
Texas Health has 29 hospital locations – including acute-care, short-stay, behavioral health, rehabilitation and transitional care facilities – that are owned, operated or joint-ventured with Texas Health Resources along with more than 350 outpatient facilities, satellite emergency rooms, surgery centers, fitness …

How many beds does Presby Plano have?

Texas Health Plano is a 386-bed hospital conveniently located at West Parker Road and the Dallas North Tollway in Plano.

How many beds does Baylor Plano have?

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Plano Emergency Department/Number of beds
Over 800 employees and 1,200 physicians comprise Baylor’s highly skilled staff. The 350,000-square-foot hospital provides an upscale, elegant atmosphere with 160 inpatient beds in larger-than-average hospital rooms.

What county is Plano hospital in?

Collin County
A Plano hospital became the first in Collin County to receive the state’s most comprehensive trauma care designation as the growing county braces for higher trauma demand down the line. The Texas Department of State Health Services in May designated Medical City Plano as a Level I trauma center.

What county is Plano Presbyterian hospital in?

Louis County, Mo.

Does Texas have a good healthcare system?

Texas ranked 42nd overall in our measure of health system performance — in large part because of how hard it is for people in the state to get and afford the health care they need.