Medical City McKinney is a 5-star recipient in the 2022 Ob-Gyn awards by Healthgrades, a leading resource that connects consumers, physicians, and health systems.
This is the fifth year Medical City McKinney has received the 5-star award for C-Section Delivery and the eighth year the hospital was awarded the 5-star award for vaginal delivery. The 5-star rating indicates that Medical City McKinney’s clinical outcomes are statistically significantly better than expected and places Medical City McKinney among the national leaders in labor and delivery.
“This national recognition speaks to our commitment to high-quality patient care and our promise to our patients to provide excellence always in every action, every patient, every time,” says Ernest C. Lynch, III, FACHE, Medical City McKinney CEO. “These awards reinforce why Medical City McKinney is the destination of choice for expectant mothers in McKinney and northern Collin County.”
“Women can feel confident selecting a hospital recognized with a 5-star rating for providing exceptional women’s care. We commend the organizations that receive this achievement for their ongoing commitment to providing exceptional care for their patients,” says Brad Bowman, MD, chief medical officer, Healthgrades.
Medical City McKinney is one of eight Medical City Healthcare hospitals honored for outstanding women’s services in the Healthgrades 2022 Ob-Gyn awards, including Medical City Alliance, Medical City Arlington, Medical City Dallas, Medical City Las Colinas, Medical City Lewisville, Medical City Plano and Medical City Weatherford.
In addition to this national recognition from Healthgrades, Medical City McKinney features a state-accredited neonatal intensive care unit, a birth concierge program that assists mothers-to-be through the preparation and the birthing process, natural birthing techniques and equipment and other amenities that allow families to custom their birthing experience.
In 2023, Medical City McKinney will begin a multi-phase expansion project to enhance women’s services. This expansion will include a 21-bed neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), 19-bed well-baby nursery, 12-bed VIP postpartum unit, and a separate women’s services entrance for patients and visitors.