Pearland Medical Center, an HCA affiliated hospital, will mark its entry into the community with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on January 9 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Pearland Medical Center, the first hospital in Pearland, is slated to open in late January and will bring expanded healthcare access to Pearland and the surrounding communities.
Located at 11100 Shadow Creek Parkway, the new $71 million, 144,000 square-foot hospital will offer a full range of acute care inpatient, outpatient and emergency care services, including surgery, laboratory, diagnostic imaging, labor and delivery and cardiac catheterization.
Pearland Medical Center will employ approximately 250 full-time staff members. Additionally, the hospital’s medical staff will be comprised of more than 150 physicians.
“For many reasons, the ribbon-cutting will mark a major milestone for Pearland,” said Kevin Fuller, chairman of the Pearland Medical Center Board of Trustees. “Not only will Pearland Medical Center provide quality, life-saving services; it will create jobs and economic opportunities to benefit our residents.”
Speakers to include: CEO of Pearland Medical Center, Matt Dixon; Pearland Mayor, Tom Reid; Manvel Mayor, Delores Martin; HCA Gulf Coast Division President, Maura Walsh; Hospital Board of Trustees Chairman, Kevin Fuller; and Hospital Chief of Staff, Earl Miller, M.D.