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Houston Hospitals

Before, during, and after a personal injury case is filed, accident victims often have to go to the hospital. In fact, from emergency medical services to diagnostics, surgery, rehabilitation, and beyond, those who are hurt in traffic crashes, work accidents, maritime accidents, and other injury-causing events will likely need medical attention from the professionals at a Houston hospital.

When that happens, here are some of the medical facilities where that care may be administered.

Houston Methodist Hospital

Located where the Medical Center meets the Museum District, the Houston Methodist Hospital is a 24-hour general hospital, spanning several facilities and buildings. With more than 900 beds and 7,200 employees, Houston Methodist Hospital offers a wide range of services, including emergency care, wound care, concussion treatments, full lab services, radiology, and surgery. Houston Methodist Hospital accepts Medicare/Medicaid.

Main Building Address & Phone Number
6565 Fannin St
Houston, TX, 77030
(713) 790-3311

Other Hospital Areas Address
Houston Methodist Outpatient Center 6445 Main St., Houston
Houston Methodist Hospital, Scurlock Tower 6560 Fannin St., Houston
Houston Methodist Hospital, Smith Tower
Houston Methodist Hospital, Walter Tower 6551 Bertner Ave., Houston
Houston Methodist Hospital Annex 1130 Earle St., Houston


Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital

Serving the Southwest Houston area since 1977, Memorial Hermann Southwest is a 543-bed hospital run by “a team of highly trained affiliated physicians” who “offer world-class care close to home” 24 hours a day. Rated as one of the top hospitals, based on patient care and overall efficiency, Memorial Hermann Southwest specializes in emergency services, wound care, rehabilitation, orthopedics, and more. This Houston hospital also accepts Medicare/Medicaid.

Main Building Address & Phone Number
7600 Beechnut St
Houston, TX, 77074
(713) 456-5000

Memorial Hermann Southwest is also home to a 180-unit senior living community that has been recognized as one of the leading retirement communities in the U.S.

Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital

Situated close to The Heights, Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital is a 260-bed served by more than 600 physicians from across a spectrum of medical specialties, including surgery, burn treatment, pediatric care, emergency care, and cardiac care. Notably, Memorial Hermann Greater Heights prides itself on its commitment to excellence in nursing, as well as addressing community health issues.

Like many other Houston hospitals, Memorial Hermann Greater Heights is open 24 hours, and it accepts Medicare.

Main Building Address & Phone Number
1635 North Loop West Fwy
Houston, TX, 77008
(713) 867-2000


Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital

Opened in 2000, Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital is a full-service, acute-care hospital with a mission to provide “high-quality health care in a warm, inviting environment.” Based in Northwest Houston, Houston Methodist Willowbrook has 358 beds, 24-hour emergency services, and the ability to accept Medicare.

Some of this Houston hospital’s specialties and services include emergency care, cardiology, orthopedics, and neurology.

Main Building Address & Phone Number
18220 State Hwy. 249
Houston, TX 77070
(281) 737-2500

Altus Houston Hospital

Opened in 2017, Altus Houston Hospital is a 10-bed facility, with 3 emergency room beds, top doctors, and an “ability to provide unparalleled healthcare to the greater Houston area. With the goal of providing affordable, quality healthcare, Altus Houston Hospital offers 24-hour emergency care, as well as imaging services, surgical services, and pain management care. Medicare is accepted.

Main Building Address & Phone Number
6011 W. Sam Houston Pkwy South
Houston, TX, 77072
(713) 773-0556

HCA Houston Medical Center

Nestled in the Museum District, HCA Houston Medical Center has an 18-bed, 24-hour emergency room that’s run by well-trained medical professionals who are devoted to providing “exceptional care for urgent, life-threatening situations.”

As a boutique surgical hospital with two intensive care units, HCA Houston Medical Center gives patients “access to advanced surgical capabilities” while offering a range of specialized care options, from brain injury treatment and robotic surgeries to cardiothoracic services, neurological care, and more. Medicaid is accepted.

Main Building Address & Phone Number
1313 Hermann Dr.
Houston, TX, 77004
(713) 527-5000

Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital

Providing care since 1963, Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital has 24-hour emergency and trauma care services, as well as wound care, inpatient rehabilitation, day surgery, speech therapy, and more. Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital accepts both Medicare and Medicaid, and it offers several outpatient services for ongoing, long-term care and therapy needs.

Main Building Address & Phone Number
11800 Astoria Blvd.
Houston, TX, 77089
(281) 929-6100

Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center

Ranked as one of the best hospitals in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center is a full-service hospital with “leading specialists” who are “revolutionizing healthcare to save lives and improve the health of the communities we serve.”

Sharing a strong alliance with Texas Heart® Institute and Baylor College of Medicine, Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center has earned a reputation for excellence in patient care and clinical research, achieving “breakthroughs in cardiovascular care, neuroscience, oncology, transplantation, and more.” In fact, the team at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center has been at the forefront of innovative new treatments “found nowhere else in the world.”

Main Building Address & Phone Number
1101 Bates Ave.
Houston, TX, 77030
(832) 355-1000

More Houston Hospitals

The Houston hospitals featured above are by no means the only ones in the region. Others include (and are not limited to):

Beyond Houston Hospitals: Other Recovery Options

The medical care and treatments provided at Houston hospitals can do a lot to help accident victims start to heal from serious injuries. Along with that care, victims can also get help asserting their rights, recovering compensation, and holding negligent parties liable for the damage they’ve done. One of the most effective ways to do that is with the help of an experienced personal injury lawyer.


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