By HCO Staff
DALLAS—KDC served as a development consultant on the recently completed Jubilee Park Community Clinic in Southeast Dallas. The non-profit clinic is a joint venture between Jubilee Park & Community Center, Parkland Health, and Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas. The facility was planned and developed by KDC, Kirksey, and Rogers-O’Brien.
Located at 820 Ann Ave., the 15,000-square-foot, two-story community clinic will help lessen a physician shortage and expand healthcare access throughout a 62-block neighborhood between Fair Park and Interstate 30 in southeast Dallas. This area was identified in the 2019 Parkland Community Heath Needs Assessment as an area with significant health disparities. The Jubilee Clinic is designed to specifically meet the community’s health needs and is projected to serve 3,500 patients in its first year and about 7,000 patients each following year.
“Giving back to the community is at the heart of KDC. And being part of this new clinic in a medically underserved area of Dallas is a true privilege for KDC and our business partners,” said Toby Grove, president, KDC (Note: I would be happy to have these quotes come from Mike Rosamond if he is willing to do so). “The much-needed medical services will be readily available for the community and have a lasting impact on generations to come.”
The project kicked off in May 2021 and was completed in early September 2022.
The Jubilee Community Clinic facilitates a variety of medical services including a primary medical and dental clinic staffed by Parkland Hospital. Additionally, low-income residents will have access to a free mental and behavioral clinic in partnership with the Jewish Family Service of Dallas and free programs supporting nutrition and fitness by the Jubilee Park & Community Center.
As part of its mission to give back to the community, KDC also recently completed the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County’s new facility in the North Texas community of McKinney.
Current development projects for KDC include Epic Phase 2 in Dallas’ Deep Elum neighborhood, along with Raytheon Phase II and the recently completed Independent Financial
Phase 2 headquarters, both located in McKinney. Other planned projects include the Parkside Uptown tower overlooking Klyde Warren Park, three towers at CityLine in Richardson, along with office space at Fields in Frisco and Legacy West.