Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – South Shore at 201 Enterprise Ave., Ste. 900, League City, and Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – Clear Lake at 1010 S. Ponds Drive, Webster, are both at capacity, so the company will expand, Stuart Cayer, senior director of operations at Kelsey-Seybold, said at a June 28 League City City Council meeting.
“This community needs a lot more from us,” he said.
In January, Kelsey-Seybold will open a South Shore Harbour location in League City.
The 15,000-square-foot facility at 3625 E. League City Parkway, League City, will include a lab and imaging services. The one-story clinic, which is under construction, will have room for seven health care providers under various specialities, including family medicine, OB-GYN and pediatrics.
Once open, the facility will replace Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – South Shore, which opened in February.
Kelsey-Seybold is also opening a westside League City location by 2024.
The two-story facility west of I-45 will be 33,000 square feet with adult and pediatric specialties, a pharmacy, imaging services and a lab, and it will house up to 27 doctors once it is expanded. An exact address for the facility has not yet been announced.
Between the two facilities, Kelsey-Seybold plans to bring about 35 doctors and other staff to the area by 2026, Cayer said.
Finally, in fall 2023, Kelsey-Seybold is also opening its expanded Clear Lake location in Webster.
Called the Bay Area campus, it will feature a 44,000-square-foot cancer center and a surgical hub. The existing clinic will grow from 54,000 square feet to 81,000. In total, the Bay Area campus will expand by over 150,000 square feet, Cayer said.
All told, the new and expanded facilities will bring about 600 jobs to the area.