Compassionate, safe and quality healthcare close to home …delivered by a family of devoted professionals.
Las Colinas Medical Center, built in 1997, is a 100 bed full service, acute-care facility offering a wide range of services to the community and families we serve. We take pride in offering customer conveniences and state-of-the-art technology to exceed your expectations by providing an aesthetically pleasing environment and amenities such as: private rooms, concierge service, cable television, wireless internet access and an executive chef. We set the standard for what you and your family should expect when visiting a hospital.
In addition to our exceptional care and facilities, Las Colinas is fortunate to partner with over 400 highly trained physicians who practice on our campus. Many of these physicians are located in one of the three medical office buildings located directly on campus or in offices nearby.
I invite you to become an informed consumer to explore our site to gain valuable information about the services we provide, practitioners on our staff, and the quality of care delivered at LCMC.
Daniela C. Decell, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Our 5-Star Promise - We will provide exceptional
- Good, Wholesome Food
- An Atmosphere of Safety
- Active Listening
- A Clean Environment
- Management of Your Pain
Our Mission and Values Statements
Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life. In recognition of this commitment, we will strive to deliver high quality, cost-effective healthcare in the communities we serve.
The Value Statements for Las Colinas Medical Center are:
- We recognize and affirm the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual.
- We treat all those we serve with compassion and kindness.
- We act with absolute honesty, integrity and fairness in the way we conduct business and the way we live our lives.
- We trust our colleagues as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect and dignity.
Our Governing Board
|William Correa||Dr. Ralph Cox||Dr. Michael Waldron|
|Daniela Decell||Dr. Neville Fernandes||Trey Carway|
|Brianna Hinajosa-Flores||Dr. Michael Hicks||Chan Patel|
|Richard Stewart||Marsha Tunnell||Joe Philipp|
HCA North Texas
HCA North Texas
Las Colinas Medical Center is a part of the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA)and its network of over 250 facilities in the United States and England. Comprised of locally managed hospitals and outpatient centers, HCA is the largest provider of healthcare services in the country.
The HCA North Texas Division consists of ten other hospitals in addition to Las Colinas Medical Center. Being a part of a large network of hospitals provides additional resources for each and every facility in the network, to ensure a commitment to the delivery of high quality, cost-effective healthcare in the communities we serve.
Commitment to Patient Safety and Quality Care
At Las Colinas Medical Center, 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 (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 Las Colinas Medical Center 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.
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, Las Colinas Medical Center 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 e-mailing to email@example.com.