Recently, employees from Spring Central Hospital along with physicians and community leaders arrived to celebrate the facility’s ribbon cutting with the Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce.
of time, you know that this part of town is growing,” chief nursing officer Robert Middleton said at the ceremony. “Opening this surgical hospital demonstrates a desire to respond to present — and future — patient care needs in the community. Spring Central Hospital offers a range of surgical services in an atmosphere that promotes getting better quickly.”
The local hospital now provides easier access to surgical services, including gastroenterology, general surgery, orthopedics and spine, pain management and plastic and cosmetic surgery. There are six operating rooms and 12 beds. The hospital also has lab and imaging services, as well as a 24-hour emergency room.
“Seventeen physicians initially partnered together to build this facility and many more have joined its distinguished medical staff,” said Dr. Young Cho, a plastic surgeon and the medical director for Spring Central. “We are excited to bring a special, patient-centered model of care to the area and look forward to caring for the residents of The Woodlands, Spring and beyond.”