Construction is already well underway on the new Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center in League City, and today – in keeping with League City’s rich history of live oak trees that began in the late 1800’s – Congressman Randy Weber, League City Mayor Pro Tem Todd Kinsey, and leaders from Memorial Hermann came together to dedicate a live oak tree at the new Convenient Care Center.
“One of the keys to building a great city is partnering with great organizations and that’s why I’m thrilled to welcome Memorial Hermann to League City,” said Todd Kinsey, Mayor Pro Tem, League City.
At nearly 47,000 square-feet, Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center in League City will be the largest facility of its kind for Memorial Hermann Health System to date and is expected to open in January 2018. It will feature a free standing 24-hour Emergency Center, on-site imaging and lab services, a breast center, physical therapy, occupational medicine and a multi-specialty care clinic.
“We are excited to soon be able to offer League City and the surrounding areas this new level of care,” said Teal Holden, Vice President of Operations for Ambulatory Services at Memorial Hermann. “We want to make sure no one is more than 15 minutes away from a Memorial Hermann care delivery site and this model of health care, offering convenient walk-up access to such a wide variety of high quality services, speaks to our mission to advance health in our community.”
The Convenient Care Center will also offer adult and primary care services from Memorial Hermann Medical Group physicians. These unique services, all in one location, take the stress out of scheduling appointments.
“The healthcare needs of our citizens are a top priority of mine. For more than 100 years, Memorial Hermann has been forward-thinking and patient-focused. With the Convenient Care Center in League City, this mission is continued,” said Congressman Weber.
The Convenient Care Center is modeled after sister facilities in Katy, Sienna Plantation, Spring and Summer Creek and locations currently under construction in Kingwood and Greater Heights.
“This new facility will provide League City and its surrounding communities with a convenient access point to the high quality care our patients have come to expect from Memorial Hermann,” said Kyle Price, Senior Vice President and CEO of Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital and Memorial Hermann Pearland Hospital. “Because of our comprehensive integrated network of services, should an individual require a higher level of care, they can be quickly and safely transported to one of our nearby hospitals.”
Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center in League City is being built in Pinnacle Park, a 100-acre mixed-use town center development just west of Interstate 45 and north of FM 646.