HCA North Texas has closed on its purchase of the bankrupt Forest Park Medical Center in Frisco and rebranded the facility as Medical City Frisco.
The new hospital will have 54 beds, 12 operating suites, an emergency room and a full imaging department, HCA said in a news release.
“Our goal is to deliver excellence always in quality, convenient, personalized healthcare,” said Erol Akdamar, president of HCA’s North Texas Division.
Medical City Frisco will offer services including orthopedics, neurosurgery, gynecology, pediatric surgery, bariatrics and general surgery. Additional services, including obstetrics and cardiovascular treatment, will be added.
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A bankruptcy judge approved the sale of the facility to HCA in February for $96.25 million. The Frisco hospital filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last fall as the Forest Park chain, which opened several hospitals over a couple of years, quickly faced problems. Forest Park hospitals in Fort Worth and Southlake are working their way through Bankruptcy Court.
HCA owns facilities including Plaza Medical Center and Medical Center Alliance in Fort Worth, Medical Center Arlington and North Hills Hospital in North Richland Hills.