Pearland - Friendswood | February 2020

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Construction on Memorial Hermann Sports Park-Pearland will begin this year.

R3 Wound Care and Hyperbarics

Willie’s Grill & Icehouse

COURTESY R3 WOUND CARE AND HYPERBARICS

COURTESY WILLIE'S GRILL & ICEHOUSE

RENDERING COURTESY MEMORIAL HERMANN PEARLAND HOSPITAL

FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Memorial Hermann, the largest nonprot health system, will be building a new complex on its Pearland campus, located at 16100 South Freeway. To be called the Memorial Hermann Sports Park-Pearland , the new building is expected to break ground in April or May. The facility will take around a year to complete, meaning it will be nished sometime in 2023, according to Noel Cardenas, senior vice president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Southeast and Pearland hospitals. “It’s something that we’re doing in collaboration with Athlete Training and Health. It’s an organization that we’ve been working with as well as our University of Texas partners,” Cardenas said. “So our UT orthopedic surgeons are part of this as well, and it’ll be very similar to the complex that’s out in Katy.” The estimated cost for the project is still in the works. The main purpose of the new complex is to provide space for athletes to focus on things such as strength training and conditioning while also having on-site orthopedic surgeons to help with sustained injuries. “It’s all going to be in one complex working in collaboration with obviously ATH as well as our key partners,” Cardenas said. Memorial Hermann Pearland Hospital will also be unveiling a second

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endoscopy laboratory as well as a second catheterization laboratory in 2022. The endoscopy laboratory is estimated to cost $1.2 million, and the catheterization laboratory will cost $2.5 million. The endoscopy laboratory was approved in May of last year by the hospital and is expected to be completed at the end of February, according to Cardenas. The catheterization laboratory is expected to break ground in either May or June this year and will take between 60 to 90 days to complete. Cardenas hopes these expansions will bring opportunity for growth as well positively impacting the comfort of the hospital’s patients. “What it does is it provides our physicians [the ability] to be able to do more procedures more eciently. The other part is it really does add to the satisfaction and to the experience of our patients,” Cardenas said.

BB’s Boutique

NamasTea Friendswood

COURTESY BB'S BOUTIQUE

COURTESY NAMASTEA FRIENDSWOOD

10 Baybrook Mall is expected to have a Earthbound Trading Co. store open within the mall this year. The clothing store will be located at 500 Baybrook Mall, Ste. 1366, Friendswood. It will sell clothing for men and women, crystals, home decor, essential oils and candles. www.earthboundtrading.com 11 Mingo’s Latin Kitchen is expected to hold a soft opening in late February and a grand opening in early March at 3320 E. Broadway St., Pearland. The brick-and-mortar restaurant will offer various signature items from its food truck. Mingo’s Latin Kitchen sells chicken and beef empanadas, gourmet tacos and sandwiches as well as loaded fries. 281-683-8305. www.mingoslatinkitchen.com EXPANSIONS 12 Community Health Network on Dec. 20 announced it started an Inten- sive Outpatient Program at its Pearland Family Health Center, located at 2552 E. Broadway St., Ste. 102, Pearland. The IOP treats both adults and adolescents

with substance use disorders and co-oc- curring mental health disorders and offers group therapy, individual counsel- ing and life skills classes, according to a news release. 281-824-1480. www.mychn.org ANNIVERSARIES 13 NamasTea Friendswood will cel- ebrate its one-year anniversary Feb. 14 at its location at 104 N. Friendswood Drive, Friendswood. NamasTea Friend- swood offers different lattes, milk teas and loose-leaf teas and will celebrate with 10% off items Feb. 11-14, a gift bas- ket drawing and gift cards Feb. 12 for its first five customers. 832-569-5000. www.facebook.com/namasteafw 14 Bread and More celebrated its one-year anniversary at 1826 Country Place Parkway, Ste. 106, Pearland, on Jan. 12. The business sells freshly made bread, including its ube cheese pandesal, kolaches and Spanish bread. 832-288-5426. https://bread-and- more-by-chef-joey.business.site

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