HCA to build five new hospitals in Texas
HCA Healthcare will build five full-service hospitals in Texas to meet growing demand for healthcare services, the for-profit health system announced Wednesday.
The new hospital, in partnership with Methodist Health Care, will be located in various locations including the Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio areas. In partnership with the St. David’s Foundation and Georgetown Health Foundation, two full-service hospitals will be located in the Austin area.
“The community population in Texas is growing rapidly, and the addition of these new hospitals will help our existing network meet the growing demand for medical services,” HCA Healthcare, in a press release.
Currently, the Nashville, Tennessee-based hospital chain has 45 hospitals and 632 affiliated care sites in Texas, serving communities across the state. HCA also employs 60,000 people in the state.
Over the past five years, HCA has invested $6.6 billion in Texas as part of its commitment to expand and advance its health system to meet community needs, the company said in a press release.
In November, the HCA announced that it would expand Presence in Florida by building additional hospitals.
Internationally, HCA provides health care services in 183 hospitals and approximately 2,000 ambulatory care locations, including surgery centers, independent emergency rooms, urgent care centers and physician clinics.