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The skilled providers of Medical City Las Colinas are dedicated to providing advanced, high-quality healthcare services at our full-service, acute care hospital in Irving, TX.

Fast facts (2022)

  • 100

    beds

  • 624

    physicians

  • 491

    employees

  • 5,685

    annual admissions

  • 35,419

    annual ER visits

  • 1,832

    babies delivered

Committed to the care and improvement of human life, Medical City Healthcare strives to deliver excellence always - providing the highest quality, cost-effective healthcare in the communities it serves. With the resources and strength of HCA Healthcare, including 185 hospitals in the United States and England, Medical City Healthcare is one of North Texas' largest and most comprehensive healthcare providers.


Accreditations and awards

  • Recipient of “A” Grade for Patient Safety by The Leapfrog Group – Fall 2021
  • Healthgrades® Labor and Delivery Excellence Award – (2020-21)
  • Healthgrades Obstetrics and Gynecology Excellence Award™ (2020-21)
  • Recognized by Healthgrades for Superior Performance in Obstetrics and Gynecology (2020-21)
  • Among the Top 10% of Hospitals Evaluated for Obstetrics and Gynecology (2020-21)
  • Recognized by Healthgrades for Superior Performance in Labor and Delivery (2020-21)
  • Among the Top 10% of Hospitals Evaluated for Labor and Delivery (2020-21)
  • Five-Star Recipient for Vaginal Delivery (2015-21)
  • Five-Star Recipient for C-Section Delivery (2015-21)
  • Healthgrades Gynecologic Surgery Excellence Award™ (2020-21)
  • Recognized by Healthgrades for Superior Performance in Gynecologic Surgery (2020-21)
  • Among the Top 5% of Hospitals Evaluated for Gynecologic Surgery (2020-21)
  • Five-Star Recipient for Gynecologic Procedures (2017-21)
  • Five-Star Recipient for Hysterectomy (2020-21)

Our community

Las Colinas is a vibrant community with an energetic progressive spirit in the heart of Irving, Texas. The city offers outstanding business opportunities and an exceptional quality of life - providing its residents with a wonderful place to live, work, learn and play.

Medical City Las Colinas is privileged to serve this community and makes every effort to reach out to its citizens through health screenings, community events and education classes.

For more information about the exciting new growth in the Las Colinas area including the new commuter rail system "Orange Line"- view the Greater Irving Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce website.


Community benefit

Medical City Las Colinas in the community

At Medical City Las Colinas, we strive to make an impact on the community we serve. Our staff is committed to offering exceptional healthcare to our patients, but also providing for the additional needs of our neighbors. A local charity is selected quarterly, in which time the hospital will plan a day to volunteer and coordinate various fundraisers to offer a monetary gift. The following are charities in Irving that we support:

Irving Cares

Ensuring that the most basic human needs are met is an important measure of a city's quality of life. It is what Irving citizens believed when they founded Irving Cares 52 years ago, and it is still true today.

Since 1957, Irving Cares has offered a hand up, not a handout, for Irving families in crisis. The agency served more than 30,000 people in the community last year, and the need continues to increase. Irving Cares promotes client self-sufficiency providing a food pantry, limited financial assistance for rent, mortgage, utilities, and prescriptions; employment services; transportation to medical facilities and prescription deliveries, and information and referral.

The Main Place

The Main Place in Irving, Texas provides clothing and personal items for homeless teens and individuals and/or families in need. Volunteers act as "image consultants" and provide trendy, age appropriate, well-fitting clothing. Our goal is to raise their self-esteem by pointing out their best features and outfitting them from head to toe—including proper foundation garments and jewelry for the girls. The Main Place is a "retail store without a cash register" —allowing the students to shop at no cost. They come in with their head down; they leave with bags full of clothing and big smiles on their faces.

2435 Clinic

The 2435 Clinic is a free medical clinic open to the public for those in our community who need diagnostic medical care, school physicals, and other minor medical services. The clinic also offers nutrition education, chiropractic and preventative care. The clinic's mission is to be the healing hands of Jesus to those who are hurting, both inside the IBC body and beyond.


Commitment to patent safety and quality care

At Medical City Las Colinas, we take patient safety and your medical needs very seriously. Our hospital has joined the ranks of other HCA facilities in using technology to bring patient safety initiatives to the forefront of the delivery of care.

Electronic Medication Administration Records

Electronic Medication Administration Records (eMAR) is a key strategy in response to the growing consumer outcry and industry wide push for improved patient safety, particularly in the area of medication administration.

EMAR has been paired with bar coding technology in order to provide clinicians in the hospital setting with a patients complete medication history from admission to discharge. Applying this technology and utilizing something as simple as the patient’s armband has allowed Medical City Las Colinas to successfully reduce the number of errors caused in the medication administration process. Use of this system decreases the possibility of medication errors caused by omission, wrong dose, patient, time or medication. The system not only eliminates potential medication errors, it also eliminates billing errors, as the patient’s account is automatically charged at the time the medication and patient are scanned and administered.

MRSA awareness

A MRSA infection is a bacterial infection caused by the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus. The bacteria can affect the skin, blood, bones, or lungs. A person can either be infected or colonized with MRSA. When a person is infected, the bacteria produce symptoms. A MRSA infection is serious because the bacteria are resistant to many common antibiotics that are used to treat infections.

There are two types of MRSA infection: community-acquired and nosocomial. People who have community-acquired MRSA infection were infected outside of a hospital setting. While nosocomial MRSA infection occurs in a hospital setting. Due to the growing prevalence of MRSA in our community, and in hospitals today, Medical City Las Colinas has implemented an aggressive infection prevention protocol and campaign to reduce the spread of MRSA. The campaign includes proactive patient, visitor and staff education and screening/swabbing of high risk patient populations in order to prevent infections from occurring or spreading.

Learn more about our commitment to patient safety.

As an accredited facility through The Joint Commission (TJC), quality and safe patient care is important to us. Any concerns regarding safety and quality of care may be referred to TJC by calling (800) 994-6610 or by emailing The Joint Commission.