As the dynamic Cypress area continues to grow, Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital is expanding to accommodate the community. The hospital has announced a $71.8 million expansion project which will add 40 beds, a second professional office building, a parking garage and additional surface parking. These expansions will bring an additional 185,000 square feet and over 500 parking spaces to the Memorial Hermann Cypress campus.
“The growth within Cypress has been extremely exciting, but it also means we have to make sure we are doing our best to appropriately grow in order to provide the level of care that the community has come to expect,” said Jerry Ashworth, SVP and CEO of Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital. “This expansion will enhance the patient experience, which begins the moment someone visits our campus and enters the hospital to when they leave the campus grounds.”
In addition, Memorial Hermann Sports Park-Cypress will be a new sports medicine and human performance facility opening on the hospital campus. The facility is a collaboration between Memorial Hermann, Athlete Training and Health (ATH) and UT Physicians Orthopedics to provide a full range of medical care and athletic training for professional athletes, youth athletes and adults with orthopedic injuries. The facility will also have an outdoor turf field to host a variety of community sports leagues, including soccer, football and lacrosse.
The Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital expansion project is slated to be complete in 2024.