The new 34,000 square-foot facility will be located in Southlake’s Carillon development. It will offer pediatric sports medicine, urology, gastroenterology, imaging and other services.
Since more than 500 Children’s patients already live in Southlake and recent reserach projects that number to grow yearly, the need for the new facility is evident.
But if you need more convincing, Denise Stone can help. Her son, Billy, has type 1 diabetes, and the two of them have to make the trek from Southlake to Dallas regularly for Billy to receive the care he needs.
“When you’ve got a child with a chronic, life-threatening illness, you want the best medical care you can get,” she said. “Having that right here in our own backyard would just give us so much peace of mind.”