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I was walking to the TMC commons yesterday when I noticed that the fenced in area next to the Methodist Research Center construction site said "Texas Heart Institute Phase 1 Expansion". Anybody have any info on this? It's right next to the current THI building - between it and the Methodist Research construction.

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I was walking to the TMC commons yesterday when I noticed that the fenced in area next to the Methodist Research Center construction site said "Texas Heart Institute Phase 1 Expansion". Anybody have any info on this? It's right next to the current THI building - between it and the Methodist Research construction.

They are already in the process of expand SLEH. The expansion is further back off the road, not a very large structure expansion.

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Texas Heart Institute hires new president and CEO from Duke University Health System

https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2021/03/18/texas-heart-institute-duke-university-james-rogers.html

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Texas Heart Institute, the pioneering Houston group behind notable advances in cardiovascular and heart transplant medicine, has found its new president and CEO after a national search.

Joseph G. Rogers will take over the president and CEO role at Texas Heart Institute on May 17. THI's previous president and then president emeritus was James T. Willerson. Willerson was appointed to the president role by renowned surgeon and THI founder Dr. Denton Cooley and became president emeritus in 2017 after Cooley died in 2016. Willerson served as president emeritus until he died in September 2020, THI told the Houston Business Journal in an email.

 

 

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