Memorial Hermann Surgical Hospital First Colony has been serving Sugar Land and surrounding communities since opening our doors in 2003. Our mission is to care for every patient and their family as if they were our own. Each patient, each family, each and every time.
Memorial Hermann Surgical Hospital First Colony is a trusted source of surgery, imaging and services for physicians across the Sugar Land area. Patients come to our hospital for personalized health and wellness through education and compassionate care. Our staff stays up-to-date on advanced health care options, treatments, and procedures to ensure the health and wellness of you and your family. Our commitment to service and clinical quality excellence in patient care has earned us Press Ganey scores that rank among the highest in our area and a 5 star rating by CMS.
Number of ORs and Treatment Rooms:
5 ORs, 6 inpatient guest suites, and 1 Treatment Room
Our state-of the art equipment allows surgeons to perform procedures in the specialty areas of:
Bariatric, Colorectal, & General Surgery, Spine Surgery, Total Joint Replacement, Orthopedics, Pain Management, ENT, GI, and Podiatry
Accreditation & Physician Ownership Information:
Our facility is fully accredited by The Joint Commission and is a facility in which physicians have an ownership or investment interest. As a physician-owned hospital, providing top-quality care to patients is a commitment at all levels of our organization. The list of physician owners or investors is available to you upon request.
Community Health Needs Assessment
As a part of providing Community Benefit to enhance the health and well-being of the residents of the Sugar Land area, Memorial Hermann Surgical Hospital First Colony is required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to identify the community’s health needs and strengths by conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) to prioritize health issues, to provide a foundation for the development of a community health improvement plan, and to assist community organizations in their program planning.
Guided by a collaborative approach where health was examined in its broadest sense, the most recent CHNA was conducted between August 2015 to March 2016 with the overall goal of identifying the major health care issues, barriers to access, and health priorities for those living in the Sugar Land community. The analysis included a review of secondary data on social, economic and health issues in the region with qualitative information from focus groups with community residents and service providers and input from numerous community representatives.
During the assessment, the following three Health Priorities were identified for the Sugar Land community:
• HEALTHY LIVING
Issues: Early detection and screening, overweight/obesity prevention, nutrition education, access to healthy food, importance of making time for/safety during physical activity, and chronic disease management
• BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Issues: Access to and availability of psychiatrists and mental health providers, stigma, quality of mental health and substance abuse services
• HEALTH CARE ACCESS
Issues: Availability of primary care and specialty providers, health insurance coverage and costs, transportation, health care navigation to appropriate level of services
The CHNA process culminated in the development of a Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) for each hospital to address their community’s significant needs identified through the CHNA and to align with a core set of Memorial Hermann Health System priorities. Memorial Hermann Surgical Hospital First Colony will utilize the plan as a guide over the next three years to support the health of their community and advance the mission of the organization.
To Download the CHNA and Implementation Plan, click on the links below:
Memorial Hermann Surgical Hospital First Colony CHNA (2016 update)
Memorial Hermann Surgical Hospital First Colony CHNA and community benefit Implementation Plan were reviewed and approved by the Community Relations Committee of the Health System Board in June 2016 and September 2016 respectively. Paper copies are available without charge.
To find out more, please call us at (281) 243‑1000.