Advancing Health in GREATER Houston
One of the largest not-for-profit health systems in the nation, Memorial Hermann serves Southeast Texas and the Greater Houston community with more than 26,000 employees and 5,000 affiliated physicians at more than 300 care delivery sites. The system owns and operates 14 hospitals and has joint ventures with five other hospital facilities. Memorial Hermann is committed to delivering safe, high-quality, patient-centered care and offers clinical expertise, innovation and cutting-edge technology. The Memorial Hermann network includes one of the nation’s busiest Level I trauma centers, an academic medical center affiliated with McGovern Medical School at UTHealth and numerous specialty programs and services. The system also operates four Heart & Vascular Institute locations, Mischer Neuroscience Institute at Memorial Hermann- Texas Medical Center, the IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute at four locations, eight Memorial Hermann Joint Centers offering advanced treatment options for joint pain, Women’s Memorial Hermann, the Prevention and Recovery Center for chemical dependency treatment, and a comprehensive array of home health services, rehabilitation centers, outpatient imaging and laboratory services. The system’s network also includes Memorial Hermann Urgent Care and Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Centers. Nationally recognized for quality and patient safety, Memorial Hermann operates Memorial Hermann Life Flight® – the largest and busiest air ambulance service in the United States. Using its resources to advance the health of the community, Memorial Hermann contributes in excess of $451 million annually in uncompensated care and community benefit programs, including an award-winning network of public school-based health centers.
Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital is the premier healthcare provider for the Lake Houston area and surrounding communities. The primary hospital for passengers at Bush Intercontinental Airport, Memorial Hermann Northeast provides a full array of quality services, patient-centered care and leading-edge technology. The hospital’s highly trained and experienced staff and affiliated doctors span a diverse range of medical specialties and disciplines to offer area residents highly specialized care close to home, including interventional cardiology, wound care, spine surgery, orthopedics and sports medicine, robotic surgery and women’s services. A collaboration with UT Physicians brings additional specialized expertise to the campus in cardiothoracic and vascular surgery, orthopedics and oncology. The hospital offers Houston’s longest-accredited Cancer Center outside the Texas Medical Center. The Imaging Center features top-of-the-line imaging technologies including tomosynthesis (3-D mammography). Patients can receive dedicated monitoring following a procedure or Emergency Center visit in the hospital’s $2.93 million Clinical Decision Unit. The hospital’s new 123,000-square foot patient tower features 90 updated, spacious patient rooms and expanded dining services that will provide an enhanced experience for patients, visitors and staff. The hospital is a strong supporter of the community and area school districts.
Affiliated with Memorial Hermann Northeast, two Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Centers are now serving the Lake Houston community. The Centers provide highly coordinated access to adult and pediatric primary care through Memorial Hermann Medical Group along with specialty services, outpatient imaging and lab services, sports medicine and rehabilitation, women’s services and 24-hour emergency care – all under one roof — making it even more convenient for area residents to get the quality care they need close to home. The Centers are conveniently located in Summer Creek at Beltway 8 and W. Lake Houston Parkway, and in Kingwood at 4533 Kingwood Drive and West Lake Houston Parkway. “We are pleased to provide the Lake Houston community with these one-stop-shops for their healthcare needs,” said Josh Urban, senior vice president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital and Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center.