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Published on June 12, 2024
Expanding Medical Landscape, New Facilities and Services Enhance Healthcare in The WoodlandsSource: Google Street View

The healthcare landscape in The Woodlands is undergoing substantial expansion with the recent unveiling of a new parking structure and the announcement of further medical facilities. According to Community Impact, Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center has opened a new $17 million, five-level parking garage which offers 964 additional parking spaces to accommodate the growing number of patients and visitors to the medical complex.

Further bolstering the health services in the region, the same Memorial Hermann facility is preparing to envelope a sprawling new medical plaza. It reported that the complex, titled Medical Plaza 5, will cover over 135,000 square feet and is slated to be completed by January 2025, with the first tenants expected in July of the same year. Houston Methodist The Woodlands is not far behind, with its own expansion projected to be finished by October, as per a Houston Chronicle report.

In an effort to keep up with the burgeoning healthcare demands of Creekside Park, one of The Woodlands' newest villages, a medley of health-oriented developments are on the horizon. Here, Houston Methodist has acquired Creekside Park Medical Plaza and has announced the arrival of multiple providers. Genesis Medical Group has already opened its doors on June 3, heralding the wave of forthcoming services including an outpatient surgery center and imaging facilities.

Greater access to primary and specialized care is also a highlight, with Kelsey-Seybold slated to introduce a new clinic this summer, designed to serve the northwestern reaches of The Woodlands and surrounding communities. “West Woodlands Clinic will help us connect with patients seeking convenient, coordinated medical care in greater The Woodlands area,” Kenneth Janis, COO of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, confirmed in a release cited by the Houston Chronicle.

Mental health services are also stepping forward as Navita Health inaugurates a new facility in the Town Center, featuring a suite of therapeutic treatments. Physical, occupational, and speech therapies will further enhance the local health offerings via the new Post Rehab and Wellness Center scheduled to open its doors in Sterling Ridge this summer.

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