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Fort Bend first: Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital physicians perform new procedure to relieve post-surgical abdominal pain

SUGAR LAND—(December 10, 2014) — Physicians at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital recently performed Fort Bend’s first transversus abdominis plane (TAP) block with laparoscopic colon surgery to minimize post-surgical pain.

TAP blocks numb the nerves supplying the anterior abdominal wall prior to abdominal surgery. They are performed under general anesthesia in the operating room. The TAP block limits the amount of post-operative pain, minimizes the need for post-surgery pain medication and reduces the length of stay in the hospital.

Treat Your Joint Pain and Get Back to Your Active Life - Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

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At Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital, our goal is to get you back to the life you had before chronic joint pain.  Our experienced surgeons use the latest advancements including, minimally invasive procedures for faster recovery after joint replacement.  And with the comprehensive, individualized care from diagnosis through rehabilitation, our team of specialist has the expertise to put you on the path to fast healing.

Sugar Land First United Methodist Church Children’s Ministry donates baby blankets

SUGAR LAND—(November 19, 2013) — Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s Birthing Center received a special delivery in November. The fourth and fifth grade girls at Sugar Land First United Methodist Church Children’s Ministry donated 25 baby blankets for newborn babies. The girls recently made fleece baby blankets for their mission project at their Crews for Christ weekend event. These generous gifts will be given to families and their newborn babies.

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital plans major expansion

SUGAR LAND—(Oct. 22, 2013) — Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is embarking on a major expansion that will add a new 6 story patient tower and include its first development in Missouri City.

Five major projects, with a total cost of more than $131 million, are planned for groundbreaking between now and summer 2014 that will expand the hospital’s physical footprint, significantly enhance its ability to serve patients across Fort Bend and surrounding counties and add a number of new jobs.

Clements High School varsity football team donates breast cancer shirts by Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital

SUGAR LAND—(October 18, 2013) — Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s Breast Center received a donation of shirts from the Clements High School varsity football team along with their proud head coach Keith Knowles.