Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center News
Memorial Hermann Health System has named Rhonda Abbott the new senior vice president and chief executive officer of TIRR Memorial Hermann.
Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center’s first baby of 2021 was a baby girl born at 2:28am.
On the morning of Friday, Dec. 11, more than 800 breakfast meals awaited hospital staff at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center as they arrived for their day shifts or departed their evening shifts.
Today Memorial Hermann Health System received its first shipment of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and immediately began administering the vaccine to its frontline healthcare workers.
Memorial Hermann facilities are no longer permitting in-person visitors. Recognizing the important role loved ones play in the healing process, Memorial Hermann encourages the use of mobile and personal devices for virtual visits with patients.
Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center recently introduced a new procedure to its hospital.
Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center leadership gathered for an informal ceremony to commemorate the pouring of the concrete foundation for the campus
Cancer never takes a break, and neither does Memorial Hermann’s In the Pink of Health. The annual event, presented by SGL Foundation, is a longstanding tradition in The Woodlands.
Certification is highest for advanced stroke centers. Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center has received certification from DNV GL Healthcare as Comprehensive Stroke Centers (CSC).
TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital ranked No. 3 among the country’s top rehabilitation hospitals in the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospital rankings.