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Health Care Medical City Arlington adds medical office building

Medical City Arlington adds medical office building

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Medical City Arlington broke ground March 1 on a new four-story medical office building (MOB) and seven-story parking structure on the northwest side of the hospital campus bordered by Matlock Road and Omega Drive, the hospital said in a news release.

The $54 million expansion project adds offices for new physicians and more than 700 covered parking spaces.

“Medical City Arlington is expanding and constantly improving to meet the growing needs of our patients. We heard the voices of our physicians, patients and community,” said Keith Zimmerman, CEO of Medical City Arlington. “Our patients will be better served by the addition of new physicians, modern medical office spaces and ample parking. This project will furthers our commitment to excellent care to our community.”

The expansion is part of Medical City Healthcare’s major capital investment initiative of more than $1.7 billion spent or committed over five years, including the new Medical City Arlington Women’s Hospital (grand opening April 2019) and Level III NICU.

Construction of the MOB and parking structure are expected to be complete in Spring 2020.


– FWBP Staff

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