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Patient Admission Information for Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – McKinney

​​​​​Day of Admission

Upon arriving at Baylor Scott & White – McKinney, you and your family will meet with a representative from our admitting department on the First Floor in the Main Lobby. After hours, patient should proceed to the Emergency Department for admission.


Free parking is available in front of the hospital. Complimentary valet parking is also available during business hours.

Your Accommodations

After the admission process has been completed, you will be taken to your room. Your room will be selected based on your medical needs as indicated by your physician. We will attempt to accommodate your room preferences when possible.

Your room is designed for patient care. Any questions on how to operate your television, bed or intercom can be answered by the nursing staff. Please keep radios and televisions at a low volume, so patients in other rooms will not be disturbed.

If you brought jewelry, credit cards or money with you to the hospital, we suggest sending them home with a family member or friend. If you’d like to store your wallet or checkbook in a safe, ask the nursing staff for more information. If you need to retrieve any valuables from the safe during your stay, you may do so by asking your nurse to contact nursing administration.

We recommend that you bring a comb and brush, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste and shaving supplies with you to the hospital. For safety reasons, we must limit electrical appliances brought into your room to small grooming appliances, such as hair dryers, curling irons and electric shavers. Unless your physician specifically asks you to bring prescribed medications, please leave them at home.

Keep in mind that Baylor Scott & White – McKinney is not responsible for any valuables or personal items that you elect to keep while in the hospital. Dentures, glasses, hearing aids, contact lenses and other personal items are your responsibility. If you keep these items with you in the hospital, we recommend that you place them in the bedside table drawers when not being used.

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