Inpatient Projects: Memorial Hermann to invest $104M



By John Mugford

Houston-based Memorial Hermann Healthcare System is a big healthcare system in a big metropolitan area. Its hospital in The Woodlands, in Houston’s northern metropolitan area, is about to get even larger.

The system recently announced that it is planning a $104 million expansion at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital.

The project, slated to start in early 2010, is designed to meet the needs of a growing population in the area, where an influx of older residents have been moving into residences designed to meet their needs.

The seven-story patient tower would have a total of 240,000 square feet – the top three floors would initially be built as shell space, allowing the hospital to complete the project at a later date. Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital sits on a 20-acre campus just off U.S. Interstate 45.

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