Neuroscience services at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital provides leading-edge Neuroscience services. Our facilities serve the medical needs of the broader Fort Bend, Wharton, Brazoria and Harris counties. And as a community stroke support facility, Memorial Hermann Sugar Land is equipped to rapidly diagnose and treat stroke victims. The experienced, highly trained neurologists and neurosurgeons apply advanced techniques in the diagnosis, evaluation, management and treatment of patients with acute and non-acute neurological disorders. The multidisciplinary team includes 24/7 neurology coverage as well as other specialized medical support personnel.
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital employs state-of-the-art equipment, including CT scanners, ultrasound, MRI and x-ray to quickly diagnose disorders and plan treatment. Our hospital also holds a Level IV trauma designation for its emergency department and offers 18 private emergency department patient rooms with premium amenities.
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital provides personalized care across a broad range of neurological conditions and disorders, including:
Stroke is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States. It is very important that stroke patients seek immediate medical treatment in order to improve outcomes and minimize long-term disabilities.
Accredited as a Primary Stroke Center through The Joint Commission and the Texas Department of State Health Services, Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital is equipped to rapidly diagnose and treat stroke victims. This designation by The Joint Commission and The Department of State Health Services recognizes hospitals that meet high standards for stroke care, including adherence to evidence-based medicine and continuous improvement.
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land provides patients with 24/7 access to affiliated vascular neurologists trained in the diagnosis and treatment of stroke through the use of advanced imaging technology, they can:
The Stroke Program at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land also benefits from close affiliation with Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital and the Mischer Neuroscience Institute at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, both are certified by The Joint Commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. Stroke patients can be easily transferred to either hospital if a higher level of care is required.
We diagnose and treat patients experiencing an array of neurological disorders in all stages, from the earliest symptoms through established disease, using a personalized and comprehensive approach. Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital offers 179 private patient rooms with premium amenities, including wireless internet, on demand room service, and massage therapy, for our patients.
Our hospital provides leading edge technologies to aid in diagnose and treatment, including:
Our capabilities also include the use of telemedicine technology to enable neurologists across the Memorial Hermann network to observe patients and assist with treatment from any location.
Patients requiring additional neuroscience services have access to programs through our affiliation with Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital and Mischer Neuroscience Institute at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, the largest and most comprehensive neuroscience program in Texas, and the broader Memorial Hermann Health System network of facilities and affiliated physicians. Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital is also affiliated with TIRR Memorial Hermann, a leading provider of rehabilitation services for patients that have suffered from neurological disorders including stroke and spinal cord injuries
For the youngest neurology patients, treatment is coordinated with the Children's Neuroscience Center at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital in the Texas Medical Center. Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital, a recognized leader in the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors, also provides treatment for children with a range of neurological disorders such as spasticity, brain tumors, movement disorders, epilepsy, hydrocephalus, head injuries, craniosynostosis, and spina bifida.