Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center
Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center was the first institution built in the Texas Medical Center in 1925. It is one of only two level I trauma centers serving the 5,000,000+ population of the greater Houston area (and the only one with a helipad). Memorial Hermann-TMC has an annual ED census of approximately 75,000 patients per year and is a private, not-for-profit, tertiary care center. The hospital is the principal teaching site for McGovern Medical School. With 17,000 trauma visits and over 6,000 of those patients admitted, MH-TMC has been described as the busiest trauma center in the United States. This trauma volume and acuity allow our residents to become experts in treating both critical and ambulatory trauma patients.
Total bed capacity at MH-TMC is 723 beds. Our emergency department at MH-TMC has 34 beds and may expand as patient volume demands. We have eight trauma resuscitation bays, four medical resuscitation bays, 12 minor trauma/general medical care beds, and 10 pediatric area beds.
Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital
Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital provides multispecialty care for our pediatric patients and is Houston’s largest pediatric level I trauma center.
Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital
Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital, with an annual volume of over 88,000 patient visits per year, is a second teaching site for UTHealth and is one of two county hospitals that serve Harris County residents. LBJ Hospital is a level III trauma center, the first in Texas.