Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano

Plano, TX

Project Description

For its first freestanding healthcare campus in more than 30 years, the Baylor Health Care System wanted to develop a new medical complex in Plano that would offer patients an experience similar to that of a fine hotel rather than a hospital. The challenge was to design the Plano campus with flexibility to meet unforeseen future needs with subsequent adaptations while delivering facilities for Baylor to provide today’s patients with a superior level of service. To date, three of four phases have been completed, encompassing more than 683,000 square feet of healthcare facilities on a 29.4-acre site.

The initial phase of Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano included a 342,956-square-foot hospital, an eight-story medical office building of 191,000 square feet, a six-level parking garage accommodating 1,080 vehicles, additional surface parking, and related site improvements. A detached 12,000-square-foot central energy plant serves the entire hospital campus and is located along the site’s southern edge and away from zones identified in the master plan for future expansion of facilities.



Society of American Registered Architects Design Award

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