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O'Quinn Medical Tower

O'Quinn Medical Tower at McNair Campus

The newest addition to the beautiful McNair Campus

Our team at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center is proud to announce the opening of this newest medical tower on the McNair Campus, the O’Quinn Medical Tower at McNair. It adjoins the existing McNair Hospital Tower, which opened in 2019.

The O’Quinn Medical Tower is a modern outpatient care facility located next to the existing tower, an inpatient facility, and home to a number of savvy and cutting-edge amenities and resources, like:

  • An environment of healing incorporating natural lighting and balcony gardens
  • Curated artwork, including some with calming nature scenes throughout the building
  • Ambulatory Surgery Center with 12 additional operating rooms & 10 new endoscopy suites
  • Ample on-site parking (850 spaces!) will offer convenience for patients, families, and staff

Our community is at the heart of everything we do, and that is what is at the heart of the O’Quinn Medical Tower at McNair. We are growing our spaces and abilities for you. To provide more for the people we serve. 

O’Quinn Medical Tower at McNair

All Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center buildings will be easily accessible, due to the addition of two new access points from Old Spanish Trail to the south, Cambridge Road to the east, and expanded parking. You can access this new parking garage, the Green Garage, by turning onto Robertson Boulevard from Old Spanish Road.

Take a look inside the O'Quinn Tower at McNair

Expanding our Comprehensive Cancer Center

O’Quinn Medical Tower at McNair will enhance the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center (DLDCCC)—an NCI-designated cancer center and accredited along with the nation’s best cancer programs—with radiation oncology, an additional 80-bay infusion room, more than 70 exam rooms, and state-of-the-art imaging and treatment equipment. Our world-class Department of Radiation Oncology will provide leading-edge diagnostic technologies and therapies with new linear accelerators along with SIM CT machines. DLDCCC is also home to groundbreaking cancer research in specialties like breast, colorectal, liver, prostate, and gynecologic cancer.

This move into the O'Quinn Medical Tower will triple the size of DLDCCC, providing more space to promote healing and well-being. The Breast Imaging suites and Infusion Center pods were designed for convenience with input provided by patient focus groups. These details are what being patient centered means.


Take a look at our campus

Be prepared because your doctors' office may be moving. See our interactive map to find out where you need to go.

O'Quinn and McNair Map
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Which services are moving to O'Quinn Medical Tower?

Certain departments will begin moving to O’Quinn Medical Tower. The consolidation of several outpatient services is intended to make patient processes easier. Several of our floors are designed for patients to have their entire treatment process on a designated floor, meaning they would not need to move up and down the building. The services moving include:

  • Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center
  • Radiation oncology/imaging
  • Baylor St. Luke’s ambulatory surgery center


On the McNair Campus, Tower 1 will retain orthopedic services, inpatient rehabilitation, and clinical office space for Baylor College of Medicine physicians.