Texas is known for many things: Tex-Mex, cowboys, football… but, there are many other reasons that make Texas a great destination for many professionals.
1. ONE OF THE LARGEST HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS IN THE WORLD.
Most professionals know the MD Anderson Center but there are many other hospitals that make the Lone Star State one of the best destinations for healthcare professionals.
HOUSTON METHODIST SYSTEM
Composed by a academic medical center (The Texas Medical Center) and six community hospital serving the Greater Houston area, the Houston Methodist Hospital is considered one of the best hospitals in terms of quality care. Their services range from emergency care to research. Other centers are:
The Houston Methodist Emergency Care Centers.
The Houston Methodist Imaging Center.
The Houston Methodist Breast Care Center.
The Houston Methodist Outpatient Center.
The Houston Methodist Primary Care Group.
The Houston Methodist Research Institute.
The Houston Methodist Institute for Technology, Innovation and Education.
And The Houston Methodist Hospital Foundation is a non profit organization.
The largest not-for-profit health system in Southeast Texas, Memorial Hermann has 13 hospitals and numerous specialty programs and services located throughout the Greater Houston area. Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center is one of the nation’s busiest Level I trauma centers and the primary teaching hospital for The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) Medical School. They offer leading-edge diagnostic technologies and treatment techniques as well as being Houston’s first health information exchange that shares vital patient data among care providers, helping to ensure patients receive the right care at the right time.
Memorial Hermann Health Solutions’ subsidiaries offer comprehensive, integrated health solutions that deliver quality benefits while helping to contain costs. They have been serving Texans for more than 105 years,
HARRIS HEALTH SYSTEM
The Harris Health System is a fully integrated healthcare system that cares for all residents of Harris County, Texas. The system includes 23 community health centers, five school-based clinics, a dental center and dialysis center, mobile health units, a rehabilitation and specialty hospital and two full-service hospitals.
Ben Taub Hospital is a world renowned Level I Trauma Center with 586 licensed acute-care beds and provides a wide range of specialty care outpatient services.
Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital is a 328 licensed bed acute-care hospital with a newly expanded Level III trauma center and a distinguished regional center for neonatal intensive care for high-risk deliveries.
Harris Health is a teaching system for Baylor College of Medicine and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).
HOSPITAL CORPORATION OF AMERICA (HCA)
Founded in 1968 by Dr. Thomas Frist, Sr., Dr. Thomas Frist, Jr. and Jack Massey, they envisioned creating a healthcare company with the scale, resources and clinical expertise to provide patient-focused care at a time when many communities were growing rapidly and needed more access to healthcare.
HCA worked closely with local physicians and used innovative business practices and access to capital to bring much-needed healthcare to growing areas throughout the country. HCA expanded rapidly, building new hospitals in underserved communities, buying and upgrading existing facilities, and collaborating to manage hospitals for other owners. Today, HCA is one of the nation’s leading providers of healthcare services, comprising 169 locally managed hospitals and 116 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and the United Kingdom.
By conducting large-scale clinical research with partners including Harvard Pilgrim Institute and the CDC, and using data from more than 26 million patient encounters each year, HCA has published several medical studies in peer-reviewed journals, including the groundbreaking REDUCE MRSA study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Research and clinical protocols developed by HCA physicians, nurses, pharmacists, data scientists and others are helping develop new standards of care and saving lives in hospitals across the country.
2. HIGH SALARIES AND LOW LIVING COST
3. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES TO KEEP STUDYING
4. OTHER BENEFITS:
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