West Houston Residents Mingle with Memorial Hermann Memorial City’s New CEO
Style Magazine Newswire | 6/10/2016, 3:36 p.m.
HOUSTON (June 10, 2016) – More than 70 friends recently gathered at the home of Martha and Buzz White to formally welcome Paul O’Sullivan, Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center Sr. Vice President and Chief Executive Officer. Hosted by the Whites and Robin and Jerry Mueck, guests visited with affiliated physicians and heard about the hospital’s recent growth and expansion.
“While we remain focused on serving our patients as their community hospital, we offer so much more as we make our vision to be a preeminent medical center a reality. Through the reach of this campus and the specialty services we provide, we are the resource West Houston needs,” shared O’Sullivan.
Located across the street from Memorial City Mall, the campus has grown by leaps and bounds within the past decade to accommodate a growing West Houston community. The campus includes the Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute and Memorial Hermann Heart & Vascular Institute-Memorial City; it is also home to the Bobetta Lindig Breast Center, the new Lindig Family Cancer Resource Center, the Center for Advanced Orthopedics, and the only dedicated Neuro Intensive Care Unit in West Houston. Children’s Memorial Hermann Memorial City has also expanded its Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and its Pediatric Intermediate Care Unit and more than 3,900 babies are delivered at the Memorial City Medical Center each year.
Memorial Hermann Memorial City has received numerous awards including recognition for being a Top 100 Hospital in the country by Truven Health Analytics and a CMS Star Rating, which equates to a five-star rating for hospitals. The star rating distinction is highly revered in the medical community with only two percent of hospitals receiving this award nationwide.
Guests in attendance included Sandy and Gerald Bennett, Ann and Bob Croyle, Claire and Tyler Day, Stacy and Jason Johnson, Janice and Pat Pollan, Margaret and Bruce Reed, Jaclyn and Brent Reed, Janice and Ed Schulz, Sandy and Bill Swenson, Mary and Lawrence Walton, Audrey, Matthew, Kate and Stewart White, and Lori and Dan Wolterman. Memorial Hermann affiliated physicians and leadership included Dr. Philip Berman, Dr. Dean Chauvin, Dr. Ankur Doshi, Dr. Adam Freedhand, Dr. Sherri Levin with Craig Rapp, Memorial Hermann President & CEO Dr. Benjamin K. Chu with Donna Moylan, and Ileana Treviño, Memorial Hermann Foundation executive vice president and CEO.