Baylor Scott & White campus featuring surgery center to be designated historic site

The Temple Historic Preservation Committee will designate Temple, Texas-based Baylor Scott & White's main campus a historically significant site Nov. 1, the Temple Daily Telegram reports.

Here are four notes:

1. The main campus comprises three circular buildings once called The Temple Tower of Therapy. It is also home to the Baylor Scott & White Day Surgery Center.

2. The site will receive a Temple Historic Marker during a reception.

3. In 1963, BS&W moved from its original location featuring more than two dozen scattered buildings to a facility on a Temple hilltop. The move helped shape a building boom away from downtown in the late 1960s through the early 1990s.

4. Over the years BS&W expanded its campus to include the surgery center, specialty treatment center, diagnostic clinic, critical care center, dialysis center, pediatric clinic, pain management center, orthopedic clinic, eye institute and more.

More articles on turnarounds:
3 ways technology can improve patient experience at ASCs
Outpatient revenue on the rise at Texas County Memorial Hospital: 4 details
Dr. Nicholas Grosso: Don't forget about private practice — 4 insights

© Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2020. Interested in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content? View our policies by clicking here.

 

Featured Webinars

Featured Whitepapers