The board-certified physical and occupational therapists at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital do more than help patients improve mobility and return to active lifestyles. They are also training the next generation of specialized therapists in areas such as orthopedic physical therapy, sports physical therapy, athletic training and occupational therapy with a specialty in hand rehabilitation.
Balloons, face painting, games and superheroes filled the hallway near the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital recently. All of the fun was part of the hospital’s annual NICU reunion.
The reunion celebrates life and provides families the opportunity to visit with the physicians, nurses and staff that cared for them during their time at the hospital. Dozens of families returned for the celebration including one-year-old Lucy Garza who spent her first days in the NICU at Memorial Hermann Southeast.
Houston Methodist Emergency Care Center at Cinco Ranch hosted 10 girl scouts from Brownie Troop 152022, nine parent chaperones and six of the troop members’ siblings on Tuesday, Oct. 11.
The scouts had the opportunity to tour the facility and receive hands-on lessons regarding orthopedic splinting, basic first aid, vital signs, various pediatric treatments and other emergency services. The emergency care center staff even performed a demonstration of an X-ray and CT scan.
If you travel on I-10 and Barker Cypress through the Energy Corridor, you may notice that flamingos have landed at Houston Methodist West Hospital. In honor of breast cancer awareness month, flamingos will cover the green areas of the hospital grounds and pink lights will shine at night during the month of October.
Two Houston Methodist hospitals received the highest honors today from Vizient (formerly UHC), an alliance of the nation’s leading academic medical centers.
Both Houston Methodist Hospital and Houston Methodist West Hospital were honored with the 2016 Bernard A. Birnbaum, MD, Quality Award given to hospitals and academic medical centers that have demonstrated superior performance as measured by Vizient’s Quality and Accountability Study, conducted annually since 2005.
First-time grandma Cheryl Austin recently enrolled in a grand-parenting class at Kingwood Medical Center’s Women and Children’s Services Center in Kingwood, Texas.
Kingwood Medical Center (KMC) performs new stroke procedure, saving the life of 68 year old Juan Silva.
In March, 2016, Mr. Juan Silva was unable to speak, had a severe headache, and was paralyzed on his left side. His wife Mariana was keenly aware of the symptoms of stroke, and immediately called for an ambulance.
Kingwood Medical Center is the first hospital in Northeast Houston to offer patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation, an alternative to long-term warfarin medication with the newly approved WATCHMAN Left Atrial Appendage Closure (LAAC) Implant.
Kingwood Medical Center’s Chief Executive Office, Melinda Stephenson visits with FMC Technology Team to welcome them to the community, and showcase the benefits of partnering with Kingwood Medical Center. FMC Technology recently moved approximately 1,800 employees into their new state-of-the-art building in Generation Park. Within the next ten years, they plan to consolidate all of their Houston facilities, including their corporate headquarters.
Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is one of the leading hospitals in the Houston area and the state of Texas in U.S. News & World Report magazine’s prestigious “Best Hospital” annual rankings.
Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is ranked No. 9 in the Houston area and No. 23 in Texas in the magazine’s 2016 list.