Waco Family Medicine, a provider of medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare for low-income and uninsured patients in Waco, Texas, is planning a new $51 million facility in Waco, according to an article in the Waco Tribune.

The project is expected to triple the center’s existing footprint, integrate healthcare with supportive community services, facilitate team training for residents, and allow for future growth.

It will include a marketplace area where patients and their families can meet providers of other community services, such as legal, child nutrition, and housing assistance; an expanded pharmacy area; meeting spaces for the community, center staff, and medical residents; and green space outside for community gatherings and a garden.

The project team comprises HKS (architect; Dallas) and Intrepid Development (program manager; Waco).