Tenet Healthcare Corp. is coming down the homestretch in the construction of hospital facilities in Tennessee and Texas.
The healthcare provider this week said that the 90-bed Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett in Bartlett, Tenn., is set to open this month, while the 118-bed Centennial Medical Center in Frisco, Texas, should be ready to open its doors in June.
Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett is located on a 23.6-acre site in Bartlett, currently the largest city in Tennessee without a full-service healthcare facility. The hospital represents a total initial investment of approximately $72 million, including construction and other costs.
Centennial Medical Center, located on a 40-acre campus, will initially be licensed for 118 beds, but will have future capacity of up to 190 beds. The campus also will include two 72,000-square-foot medical office buildings and an ambulatory surgery center. The hospital represents a total initial investment of approximately $125 million, including construction and other costs.