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Prosper is poised to be a hub for pediatric health care in the fast-growing northern suburbs of Dallas. Both the Cook Children’s and Children’s Health systems are developing medical campuses on Prosper’s 380 corridor. These facilities are expected to draw patients from multiple regions of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
The strategic location combined with available land to develop and a talented workforce can support a vibrant medical ecosystem of practitioners, technology and device innovation, and health care equipment and service providers.
Prosper’s demographics are another draw for health care development, especially pediatrics. U.S. Census Bureau data shows 95 percent of Prosper residents have health insurance and 35 percent of the Prosper population is under the age of 18.
Cook Children’s Prosper Campus is located on a 23-acre site at Windsong Parkway and Highway 380. The location of the new hospital was specifically chosen to address the emergent need for pediatric health care services in this fast-growing area.
Already open on the north campus are primary and urgent care services, an outpatient surgery center and a comprehensive outpatient specialty center, including imaging and lab services. Cook Children’s Health Care System is based in Fort Worth and began operations more than 100 years ago. The not-for-profit organization has more than 60 primary, specialty and urgent care locations throughout Texas.
Visit the Cook Childrens website to learn more about what's Coming in 2022, Cook Children's Medical Center – Prosper will offer intensive care services, an emergency department, operating rooms, a medical/surgical unit, infusion center and Teddy Bear Transport.
Children’s Health announced in 2019 plans to build a medical campus to better serve the rapidly growing pediatric population in the far northern suburbs of Dallas. The pediatric health care system purchased a 72-acre parcel of land at the northwest corner of the Dallas North Tollway and US 380 in Prosper.
In addition to pediatric health care services, Children’s Health announced development of an array of corporate, hospitality and retail at the site to create a community medical campus.
A 30,000 square foot medical office is scheduled to kick-off construction in late 2020.
Texas Health Prosper is the third medical facility located along Prosper’s 380 corridor, but it was the first outpatient medical center in Prosper. The building opened in February 2017 and is part of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano.
The Prosper location provides 24/7 emergency care and primary and specialty care, imaging, rehabilitation services, counseling and wellness education for all ages. There’s also a fitness center open to the public for membership.