Baylor Medical Center at Trophy Club Rating
44 reviews
3.8 Rating 3.8
44 reviews

About Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Trophy Club

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Trophy Club opened its doors in 2004, serving communities of Dallas and Fort Worth.
The hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission featuring a 24-hour emergency room in addition to a wide range of medical services and a comprehensive diagnostic imaging center.
Hospital services include bariatric surgery, gastroenterology, general surgery, orthopedic and total joint replacement, spine surgery, and urological care.

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Emergency Services
  • Emergency Department
  • Arthroscopy
  • Joint Replacement
  • Spine Surgery
Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging
  • Computed Tomography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Physical Therapy
Surgery Services
  • Inpatient Surgery
Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
  • Short Term Acute Care
Control Type
  • Proprietary
  • Partnership
Total Staffed Beds 22
Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue


TPS Quality Score 63.64 Rating 3.8
(44 reviews)

Brian Glastetter

Spinal surgery is in no way a pleasant experience, however I must say that the staff at this medical facility were wonderful. I felt a sincere and heartfelt care being taken of me during my stay there. From beginning to end, this was the best experience for a surgery I have ever had because of the diligent staff. I had to fast before the procedure. They asked if there was anything I needed prior to the surgery. I joked saying "Coffee!'" In the recovery room, a staff member remembered and brought me coffee when I was awake and stable. Nice.

Lisa Cravotta

Hospital staff is wonderful. The foreign orthopedic surgeon is, well let's just stay greatly lacking in skills, follow up, and caring. Once he's done with you, any problems and he passes you off to his counter parts! He can't be bothered. He also performed a procedure on my sister based on a hunch rather then do xrays, scans, etc. This may be the reason her condition is worsening. We now have to find a competent doctor who can undo what this quack did.

Mary Bear

The nurses and staff are awesome here. I will be leaving today and I want to thank the nurses and training people who took very good care of me I loved it You guys are a God sent.

Makenzie Kahan

This review isn't necessarily for Baylor, but to let them know that I don't think they should be working with Mnet Financial. I called to explain that I have been in constant contact with my old insurance company trying to get a bill paid off. I was on the phone with a woman named Linda (who works for Mnet Financial), and she was so rude to me from the start. I have never felt so disrespected. After I asked to be transferred to another representative for her treating me so poorly, it resulted in me being hung up on. With that being said I DID reach out to Baylor hospital and a woman named Tina was able to help and was AMAZING to me! The main reason I wrote this review was because I feel as though Baylor shouldn't be working with Mnet.

Justin Smith

My wife had bariatric surgery here. While the surgery went well and the night staff were excellent and very attentive, the day staff was extremely less so. We often had to request necessities and assistance multiple times during the day. We found this to be the case because the day staff that was treating her was primarily made up of “floaters” who do not regularly work for the hospital(and thus we have no other avenue to complain about their patient care ethic.) otherwise our experience was as good as can be expected. Hopefully they take action to staff better temporary nurses