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Pasadena Hospital And Clinic At 1004 Seymour St.
Highrise Tower posted a topic in Historic HoustonThis afternoon I was researching the hospitals in Pasadena, Texas and came across a historic website that featured Pasadena. http://www.earlytexashistory.com/Pasadena/histime.html The website lists the year 1937 as the following: - Presbyterian church organized. - Feb 14, Champion Paper mill opens. - Jackson Jr. High built. - First hospital, Pasadena Clinic & Hospital opens (Dr. E. E. Conners). - First movie house (Rita/Pasadena Theater, now Norman Furniture). - Methodist build new brick sanctuary ($12,000 with 400 members). Does anyone know where I can get more information on Pasadena's first hospital? I tried searching the libraries, and Google, with no luck. I'm guessing the hospital name is incorrect, which is why I cannot locate any information. I did find a few articles containing the person E.E. Conners (without being a professional Doctor). E.E. Conners was apart of USMC it appears. Thanks HAIF!
Pasadena General Hospital At 1004 Seymour St.
Highrise Tower posted a topic in Historic HoustonI was reading the newspaper The Baytown Sun dated August 26, 1990 and came across a business advertisement for Pasadena General Hospital located at 1004 Seymour Street. The hospital was located off of Pasadena Blvd. which used to be named Tatar. A Second Look... Cosmetic Surgery Services of Pasadena General Hospital-- Call us if you are considering comestic surgery, give us a call at 473-9028. Because you're worth A Second Look. Pasadena General Hospital 1004 Seymour, Pasadena, TX 77506 South Belt Leader dated July 14, 1983: Pasadena General adding new nursing tower, ICU Work has begun on a new three-story nursing tower and intensive care unit of Pasadena General Hospital. In addition to the 35,000-square feet of new construction, there will be 24,000-square feet of remodeling work. The $8.2 million industrial revenue bonds were underwritten by E.F. Hutton Company. Steve Claiborn, first vice president, handled the transaction for Hutton. The issuing agency was the Pasadena Health Facilities Development Corporation. The bonds are guaranteed by Huntington Health Services, Inc. (owners of Pasadena General Hospital) and by a letter of credit from Bank of Southwest, National Association, Houston. Jason Frye and Associations, Inc. the architect, has unique “contemporary” exterior that focuses on a large three-story arch. W.J. Mechura, Jr., hospital administrator, says construction is part of plan envisioned by their owners to offer more efficient, up-to-date nursing care. The new building is due to be completed in May 1984.
Pasadena Bayshore Hospital At 4000 Spencer Hwy.
Highrise Tower posted a topic in Historic HoustonI was reading the newspaper South Belt Leader dated December 3, 1980 and came across an employment wanted advertisement for Pasadena Bayshore Hospital located at 4000 Spencer Hwy. Specials for Special Nurses Pasadena Bayshore Hospital is looking for a select group of full-time and part-time RN's and LVN's to join our progressive health care facility. We recognize that nurses are special people and we offer you the opportunity to develop your skills and grow with us. Current openings include-- Pasadena Bayshore Hospital 4000 Spencer Highway * Pasadena, Texas 77504 * 944-6666, ext. 1230 An affiliate of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) e.o.e.
Humana Hospital Southmore At 906 Southmore Blvd.
TWCountry posted a topic in Historic HoustonDoes anyone know where I could locate medical records from the old Humana Hospital / Southmore Medical... The one on Tatar and Southmore back in 1990's?
Pristine Hospital Of Pasadena At 1004 Seymour St.
FilioScotia posted a topic in Historic HoustonSouthmore Hospital was on Southmore near the intersection with Pasadena Blvd, formerly Tatar Street. It's still there under the name Pasadena Health Center. Pasadena General was about a mile north of there on Pasadena Blvd (Tatar) a block north of Thomas St. It has changed hands several times over the years, most recently in 2012 when Pristine Healthcare LLC bought it with grand plans. Here's how the Houston Chronicle reported it in August of 2012: "Pasadena city officials are celebrating the arrival of Pristine Hospital which is set to take over the old Kindred Hospital building located at 1004 Seymour St. (a street that crosses Pasadena Blvd) City officials indicated the renovated 110,000 square-foot hospital facility will bring 150 new jobs to the city within six months and another 150 over the next three years. The deal for the 32-bed acute care hospital was inked after Pristine Healthcare LLC met with the Pasadena Second Century Corporation (PSCC) Board of Directors. The board eventually offered a $150,000 incentive to win the development away from the Texas Medical Center. The incentive will be paid based on the completion of certain job creation benchmarks and will be used to fund building requirements mandated by the American with Disabilities Act and asbestos removal. The healthcare company is planning to invest $7 million to renovate the structure. Pristine Healthcare currently operates two outpatient psychiatric facilities in west Houston but plans to headquarter at the new Pasadena facility, which has been vacant for two years." It appears that 7 million and all those hopes went down the drain. Google Maps Street View taken two years ago shows Pristine Hospital is closed and boarded up again, probably for good. https://email@example.com,-95.2011789,3a,60y,139.31h,86.73t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sCXtFQT8c6ukulBd6rPjVvQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en
Southmore Hospital & Clinic At 906 Southmore Ave.
Litirice posted a topic in Historic HoustonWas this hospital also known as Southmore Hospital (or Southmore General) in 1970? That's where I was born - I was looking at my birth certificate, and the attendant's signature (there was no printing, type or hand, displayed) - a person named M. A. Richardson. It seems like it has been closed for a while (due to hauntings - from what I have heard from family members) and bought, sold and renamed a few times ... My gosh, reading all of the previous comments, how scandalous ... very wild, knowing that's where I was born, oh my goodness
Pasadena Memorial Hospital At 4040 Red Bluff Rd.
bettyannboop posted a topic in Historic HoustonDoes anyone remember Dr Powers jumping off the bridge after killing his wife?
Beltway Community Hospital At 4040 Red Bluff Rd.
bettyannboop posted a topic in Historic HoustonThe hospital was named Pasadena Memorial Hospital. It changed to Beltway Community Hospital, then to Tricity Regional.I worked there. http://tx.findacase.com/research/wfrmDocViewer.aspx/xq/fac.19821028_0041957.TX.htm/qx This is a link about Dr Burkhaulter
Red Bluff Hospital At 4040 Red Bluff Rd.
sootycat posted a topic in Historic HoustonDoes anyone remember the name of the old hospital that used to sit close to the corner of Red Bluff and Pasadena Blvd.? People in Pasadena used to refer to it as the "horse hospital." Also, a Dr. Burkhalter used to practice there.