We are Addison’s Newest Community Partner


With our grand opening observed late last year, the physicians, and staff of Methodist Hospital for Surgery are extremely excited and proud to offer North Texas residents with the choice of a state-of-the-art health care facility.

A group of the Dallas area’s leading surgeons have entered a partnership to provide specialized surgical care for orthopedics, spine surgery and ear, nose and throat ailments. Our new 100,000-square-foot specialty hospital will meet the needs of both inpatient and same-day surgical patients. Methodist Hospital for Surgery utilizes seven fully equipped operating rooms, 32 private inpatient rooms, an Intensive Care Unite as well as comprehensive diagnostic imaging services including CT, MRI, X-ray, ultrasound, and bone density scanning. Physical therapy facilities are also available for inpatient and outpatient use.

All of us involved in delivering care at Methodist Hospital for Surgery know that we have created a focused model of care that will promote greater efficiency, positive clinical outcomes, and greater patient satisfaction.

We are extremely grateful to city officials of Addison, Texas who supported the development of this facility by setting key development benchmarks that allowed Methodist Hospital for Surgery to open in time to receive vital regulatory accreditation and the necessary Medicare operating permit. Thanks to our convenient location on the Dallas North Tollway, we are positioned to attract to Addison patients and their families from the entire region.

We are looking forward to becoming community partners in Addison and providing a facility that all area residents will be proud of. We encourage you to stop by Methodist Hospital for Surgery and take a look at what we offer – we think you’ll be just as proud as we are.

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