HEALTH CARE DIRECTORY: Your guide to The Woodlands area hospitals for 2019

Each year, our staff tries to puts together a noncomprehensive list of physicians in the area for our Health Care Directory. This list contains local and regional hospitals in The Woodlands area. This list is compiled by city.

Hospitals are given ratings on their trauma facilities. The below listings also contain their status.

A quick explainer on trauma facilities:
Level I: Comprehensive trauma facilities
Level II: Major trauma facilities
Level III: Advanced trauma facilities
Level IV: Basic trauma facilities

CHI St. Luke’s Health- Lakeside Hospital
17400 St. Lukes Way, The Woodlands
Trauma level: N/A
NICU level: N/A
Total number of employees: 80
Number of beds: 30
Most common treatments: cardiology, interventional cardiology, sports medicine, orthopedics, total joint replacement, spine care, diagnostic imaging

CHI St. Luke’s Health- The Woodlands Hospital
17200 St. Lukes Way, The Woodlands
Trauma level: N/A
NICU level: II
Total number of employees: 1,250
Number of beds: 242
Most common treatments: cardiology, neurosciences and stroke care, orthopedics, bariatrics, wound care, rehabilitation, surgery, women’s health, emergency services

HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe
504 Medical Center Blvd., Conroe
Trauma level: II
NICU level: II
Total number of employees: 1,200
Number of beds: 328
Most common treatments: Cardiovascular, emergency and trauma, robotic-assisted surgery, orthopedic and spinal care, neurosciences, women’s services, weight loss surgery

Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital
17201 I-45 S., The Woodlands
936-270-2000 (main number)
936-270-3333 (to make an appointment)
Trauma level: N/A
NICU level: Level II
Total number of employees: 1,331
Number of beds: 187
Most common treatments: orthopedics and sports medicine, neurology and neurosurgery, oncology, radiology, cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, women’s services, rehabilitation and sports performance

Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center
9250 Pinecroft Drive, The Woodlands
Trauma level: II
NICU level: III
Total number of employees: 2,500
Number of beds: 397 (as of June 20)
Most common treatments: emergency room; back, brain and spine; orthopedics; heart; women and children’s; bariatrics; cancer; surgery; rehabilitation; imaging

Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands
17580 I-45 S., The Woodlands
Trauma level: N/A
NICU level: III
Total number of employees: 800+
Number of beds: 74
Most common treatments: allergy, immunology, audiology, cancer and hematology, cardiology, dermatology, diabetes and endocrine, emergency medicine, gastroenterology, neurology, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, otolaryngology (ENT), pediatric surgery, plastic surgery, pulmonary medicine, rheumatology, sports medicine, therapy services, urology



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