MCHD’s Board of Directors approved the purchase of the one-story, 1,593-square foot home. MCHD’s facilities team remodeled the home to fit the needs of the MCHD Emergency Medical Service crews who will work out of the station to serve the 911 medical needs of residents in the area, the newsletter states.
“We are excited to soon be moving our team into the new Station 15 in Conroe. This addition will help MCHD better serve the residents of central Conroe and help keep up with the growth and demand for 911 services,” MCHD CEO Randy Johnson said. “The better situated our crews are throughout the county means better care for Montgomery County residents.”
MCHD hosted council members from the city of Conroe and management staff to view the new space, including Conroe Mayor Pro-tem Raymond McDonald.
“The city of Conroe is honored to have MCHD here in such a beautiful space," McDonald said. “It is such a blessing to our whole community to have an EMS station so centrally-located in order to best serve the residents of Conroe. We could not be happier with the outcome of this important project.”