Curtis Group Architects designed the new Victory Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and South Main Street as part of the city’s larger South Main Revitalization project. The primary focal point of the Victory Medical Center will be its tower, influenced by that of the St. Joseph Hospital - the city’s oldest until its demolition in 2012.
The early 1900s styling of the building draws on Ft. Worth’s rich architectural heritage and blends perfectly into the surrounding neighborhood. The 105,000-square-foot hospital will feature 24 patient beds, including five suites with family quarters and four intensive care rooms. Eight operating rooms and four special procedure rooms will also be included.
Accompanying the Victory Medical Center will be a 50,000-square-foot medical office building, which will feature doctors’ suites on the second floor and street-front retail on the first floor to further enhance the classic main street feel. The Victory Medical Center will primarily focus on spine and orthopedic surgeries, with urology, bariatrics, and gynecology as well as ear, nose, and throat surgeries rounding out the services offered.
5000 QUORUM DRIVE, SUITE 500, DALLAS, TX 75254 214.378.9810
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