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Methodist Planning Expansion in Sugar Land, Missouri City

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http://www.fbherald.com/health/article_c0dac28a-47ef-11e3-9733-0019bb2963f4.html

 

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital has begun a five-project, $131 million expansion that includes its first development in Missouri City.

 

Groundbreakings will take place between now and summer 2014 on the projects.

 

“Fort Bend continues to grow in size and population and our patients are seeking an ever broader range of sophisticated medical and surgical treatments close to home,” said Dr. Marc L. Boom, Houston Methodist CEO.

 

The expansion kicks off in November with groundbreaking on a 9,600-square-foot emergency care center on SH 6 in Missouri City between the Sienna Plantation and Riverstone communities. The facility is scheduled to open in summer 2014 and will house 10 treatment rooms and the latest technology in diagnostic imaging equipment.

 

A new patient tower will be added between the Sweetwater Pavilion and Main Pavilion on the Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital campus, adding 104 beds. The tower will add intensive care beds and medical-surgical beds with space remaining for future expansion. Groundbreaking will take place in the summer of 2014 with completion in 2016.

 

The hospital is also building a facility for Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. The practice will move to a new 60,000-square-foot building on the corner of U.S. 59 and Sweetwater Boulevard.

 

 

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