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With the opening of Methodist Midlothian Medical Center, north Ellis County residents don’t have to travel far for advanced, quality, healthcare. As the city’s first community hospital opens, Midlothian-area families now have access to a range of diverse medical services.

Together with independently practicing physicians, the hospital’s areas of focus include surgery, emergency care, women’s services, orthopedics, cardiology, imaging, oncology, and more.

The new emergency department includes 16 beds and gives residents timely care that’s supported by additional hospital services when needed. For women in the area, Methodist Midlothian offers complete care all in one place, including women’s imaging and a dedicated labor and delivery unit.

Through its two operating suites, the hospital is designed to support many surgical procedures—from general surgery to advanced orthopedic care. For some conditions, residents will have minimally invasive surgical options. Often these less-invasive procedures help speed recovery and get residents back to daily living faster.

Currently, Methodist Midlothian has 46 licensed beds for inpatient care. However, the hospital also has plans to support the projected growth in Midlothian and the surrounding areas. The five-story building includes shell space for future expansion, including 37 additional beds.

Along with a full-service acute care hospital, the medical center’s 67-acre campus also includes a medical office building. By bringing hospital and outpatient care together on a single campus, residents now have one convenient location for their healthcare needs close to home.

“By increasing access to healthcare services, more residents can get care without having to leave their community, family, or support system,” says Jary Ganske, administrator and vice president of Methodist Midlothian.