Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital recently broke ground on a new medical plaza, which will house a variety of medical specialties, including primary care, cardiology, gastroenterology, orthopedics, and more.
We are expanding our Sugar Land campus to meet the growing needs of the region as Fort Bend County continues to grow exponentially, with an estimated population expected to reach one million by 2027, said Malisha Patel, senior vice president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Sugar Land and Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital. We are excited about the job creation and overall economic impact that this expansion will bring to the community and to the economic growth of the area.
The medical plaza will be a welcome addition to the hospital's already robust array of healthcare services, including the recently announced $231 million expansion project, which will add a new tower, medical/surgical beds, a new neonatal intensive care unit, and more to the campus.
Memorial Hermann’s vision is to create healthier communities, now and for generations to come. This expansion will assist in achieving the ultimate goal of providing the highest-quality and most comprehensive care in the heart of Fort Bend County for all those residents who need health care.
The new medical plaza is set to be completed in 2024 and the new tower is set to open in 2026.