McKINNEY, TexasBaylor Health Care System, Dallas, said it broke ground to build a $212 million, 95-bed hospital on 58 acres. The new Baylor Medical Center at McKinneywhich will be four stories high and include a medical office complexis scheduled to be completed in November 2010. Baylor said the facility will provide obstetrics and gynecology, general surgery, cardiovascular care, gastroenterology, orthopedics, neurology and neurosurgery, internal medicine and emergency services as well as outpatient services. In a news release announcing the hospital, Baylor said the population of McKinney and the surrounding area is expected to grow 35% between 2006 and 2011. The hospitals infrastructure will be designed in such a way that it could accommodate 12 floors and more than 400 beds. Baylor has a long-standing tradition of partnering with physicians to provide quality patient care, Michael Taylor, senior vice president of operations at Baylor, said in the news release. We have been working with a core group of physicians and a clinical design team for the past 12 months on an innovative design that incorporates the latest advances in information technology and supports our commitment to quality.