The largest not-for-profit health system in Southeast Texas, Memorial Hermann has 13 hospitals and numerous specialty programs and services conveniently located throughout the Greater Houston area. Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center is one of the nation's busiest Level I trauma centers and the primary teaching hospital for The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Medical School. We offer leading-edge diagnostic technologies and treatment techniques as well as Houston's first health information exchange that shares vital patient data among care providers, helping to ensure patients receive the right care at the right time.
Facility Type: Acute Care Hospitals
Ownership: Voluntary non-profit - Private
Military Hospital: No
Awards/Certifications: National Quality Healthcare Award from the National Quality Forum, Eisenberg Patient Safety Award, U.S. News & World Report: America's Best Hospitals, 15 Top Health Systems by Truven Health , "A" Hospital Safety Scores by The Leapfrog Group, American Heart Association's Mission: Lifeline Quality Awards
Teaching Hospital: Yes
Trauma Level: Level I Trauma Center
Number of beds: 897
Services At This Hospital
- Children's Health
- Diabetes & Endocrinology
- Digestive Health
- Nose & Throat
- Heart & Vascular
- Joint Pain
- Lung and Respiratory Health
- Men's Health
- Neurology & Stroke
- Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
- Palliative Care
- Physical & Occupational Therapy
- Robotic Surgery
- Sleep Centers
- Surgery Centers
- Weight Loss
- Women's Health & Maternity
- Wound Care
Good support and education Good diversity
You feel like you are a part of something way bigger than yourself.
It is a good hospital. Nice team work. Let the scheduler know about any days off you want early.
Cardiovascular OR (CVOR)
It is a good place to start your journey
PACU (Post-Anasthesia, Recovery Room, PAR)
Cath Lab (Cardiac Catheterization)
Very busy, most things are rushed with very minimal time for actual patient care.
Emergency Room (ER)
It's a lot of fun but it does get busy. You have to be able to roll with it if you want to be a good nurse in the emergency room.