Memorial Hermann featured in the Spring 2014 edition of Opportunity Houston
News from around the region: Houston’s Texas Medical Center
The Memorial Hermann Heart & Vascular Institute-Texas Medical Center announces the grand opening of the new Center for Advanced Heart Failure to treat the most severe cases of heart disease and heart failure through a multidisciplinary and comprehensive team approach.
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Building the Brand
In a Q&A with Texas Medical Center CEO, Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital is listed as a leader in genomics.
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Memorial Hermann Life Flight transports some 30,000 critically ill and injured patients each year.
Going where the patients are, Memorial Hermann
Dan Wolterman, president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System, the biggest not-for-profit health care system in southeast Texas, discusses the System’s exceptional growth rate as a product of the System’s vision to keep costs low while maintaining the high quality of care. Memorial Hermann Life Flight, Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, TIRR Memorial Hermann and the Mischer Neuroscience Institute at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center are also recognized in the article.
Texas Medical Center Institutions
Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital specialists provide care for more than 120,000 patient visits annually, including the tiniest premature infants, children and adolescents. Founded in 1925, Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center is the primary teaching hospital for UTHealth Medical School, and Memorial Hermann Life Flight provides emergency rescue within a 150-mile radius. Continually recognized as one of America’s best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report, TIRR Memorial Hermann is a national leader in rehabilitation and research. To further these research efforts, the TIRR Memorial Hermann Research Center recently opened.
Pearland: A Top Pick
With more than 6,000 Texas Medical Center employees living in Pearland, many health organizations are recognizing the advantages of living and working in the rapidly growing city. New hospitals in planning stages or under construction include Memorial Hermann Health System’s 64-bed facility, scheduled to open in 2015.