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The new five-story specialty pediatric clinic adjacent to McLane Children’s Hospital Scott & White in Temple is now open. The new 112,000 square-foot, $32 million facility will coordinate general and subspecialty services in one convenient location.
The Temple Pediatric Clinic, at the corner of Ave. R and 25th Street behind Scott & White, is now closed, and all general and specialty physicians who were located there are now seeing patients at the Specialty Clinic.
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The specialty clinic includes the following pediatric services:
- Resident Continuity Clinic
- Freshens refreshment kiosk
- Business office
- Social work
- Medical Records
- Research Department
- Cystic Fibrosis Clinic
- Neuromuscular Clinic
Pediatric Neurosciences Center with:
The specialty clinic building houses more than 80 highly specialized physicians, residents and fellows, and approximately 200 support staff. The building has a total of 135 exam rooms, 13 treatment rooms and eight specialty rooms. A drive-through pharmacy, diagnostic imaging, and laboratory services are also located in the new building.
The Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center is a key feature of the clinic. Made possible by a special donation, the new center is 8,000 square feet, more than doubling the size of the former pediatric cancer center. There are also two treatment rooms and nine infusion bays, all designed with children in mind, creating a comfortable and inviting environment for all.
A Pediatric Neurosciences Center is another example of the enhanced services the new clinic brings. The Neurosciences Center contains child psychiatry, neurology, neurosurgery, neuropsychology, child development and epileptology.
A pediatric neurosciences center is a very rare offering, that allows us to provide care for children who have psychological, social, and neurological issues. Parents of these children know how hard it is to find the right kind of care in a one-stop, convenient location.
The building also includes specialty clinics that treat cystic fibrosis, cerebral palsy, and cleft palate and craniofacial services. McLane Children’s provides advanced capabilities like these to better serve the children of Central Texas.