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Dryden Road, Houston. The project will oer upscale units including two-, four- and ve-bedroom plans. Unit features will include wood-inspired ooring, designer kitchens, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops and LED downlights. Additional information will be released as work on the project progresses. 832-843-2344. www.nestondryden.com 10 A new location of Gyro King is com- ing soon to 7131 Fannin St., Houston. The eatery serves six dierent types of gyro, including lamb, chicken, sh and falafel. Other menu items include combo platters consisting of a choice of protein over rice as well as eight salad options made from romaine lettuce, onion, cucumbers and a choice of protein. An opening date has not been announced. www.gyroking.com 11 A second location of Eye Theory will open around mid-June at 4191 Bellaire Blvd., Houston. The practice will oer a selection of eyewear; access to a dry- eye spa; and services such as digital eye exams, cataract management and contact lenses. The original location is in Midtown. www.eyetheory.com RELOCATIONS 12 Ready Pet Animal Hospital , a full-service veterinary hospital, opened its new location June 1 at 8423 Stella Link Road in the Walgreens shopping center at North Braeswood Boulevard. The hos- pital oers services such as preventive care, spaying and neutering, diagnostic services, surgeries, pain management, microchips and an in-house pharmacy. Ready Pet Vet Clinic was formerly located 13 White House Black Market , an up- scale American women’s clothing retailer, reopened at a new location at 5515 Kelvin Blvd., Ste 110, Houston, in Rice Village in late May. The store moved from its pre- at 4031 S. Braeswood Blvd. https://readypet.webow.io

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hydrotherapy through the use of water massage beds, compression therapy and cryotherapy. Classes are scheduled daily throughout the week. 832-900-7001. www.texanst.com 7 Yoga Tres with its yoga services located in the heart of Bellaire at Bellaire Triangle Shopping Center, 5427 Bellaire Blvd., Bellaire, opened April 17. The stu- dio features multiple class formats taught by experienced teachers in an encour- aging, clean and community-centered environment. Class oerings include Hot Yoga, Flow Yoga, Yin Yoga, Buti Yoga and Yoga Fitness with workshops and teacher training anticipated later this year. 832-804-6354. www.yogatres.com COMING SOON 8 CB2 , a city-minded home brand with a boutique-like attitude and a member of Crate and Barrel Holdings, will lease a 10,084-square-foot space at 2414 University Blvd., Ste 130, Houston, in the heart of Rice Village beginning in June. The new space will allow customers to engage directly with CB2’s curated home furnishings and accessories. Once it opens, Houstonians can interact with the brand at a number of in-store events, shop online, and consult with design specialists through in-store and on-site consultations. www.cb2.com 9 The Nest on Dryden Apartments are slated to open next January at 1933

NOWOPEN 1 Van Leeuwen Ice Cream , the national- ly recognized brand known for its made- from-scratch dairy and vegan ice creams, opened its rst location May 8 at 2565 Amherst St., Houston. Each month, Van Leeuwen unveils four special avors— two dairy and two vegan—available for a limited time both in store and online. The ice cream brand also oers sundaes; ice cream sandwiches; root beer oats; milkshakes; and a variety of toppings, in- cluding hot fudge, honeycomb candy and housemade whipped cream. While sup- plies last, the new Rice Village location will oer the Yellow Rose bourbon pecan pie in partnership with Houston’s Yellow 2 Meal prep company My Fit Foods opened its Houston location at 3239 Southwest Freeway, Houston, at the be- ginning of May, oering breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options. MyFitFoods oers healthy, aordable meals cooked fresh daily through its local kitchens. 281-588-0034. www.mytfoods.com 3 Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryother- apy held its grand opening April 30 in the West University area with its new location at 2715 Bissonnet St., Houston. Restore oers a broad range of services, including whole-body cryotherapy, intra- venous drip therapy, red-light therapy, Rose Distillery. 832-582-5750. www.vanleeuwenicecream.com

cryo skin slimming, toning and facials, Stretch+, mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, compression therapy and HydraFacial. 281-661-1957. www.restore.com 4 The Law Harrington Senior Living Center opened in the Third Ward in late April at 2222 Cleburn St., Houston. Opened as a partnership between non- prot The Montrose Center and Legacy Community Health, the LGBTQ-arming senior living center oers 112 one- and two-bedroom independent-living apart- ments for people on limited income and ages 62 and older. A grand opening will take place June 24 with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. 713-497-5549. www.montrosecenter.org 5 Float Baby , the rst-ever baby spa in the United States that oers water exercise and infant massage instruction, opened its doors in March in the West University area at 3642 University Blvd., Ste. 103, Houston. To raise awareness and interest, the spa held a welcome party for the West University community April 11. 832-819-8380. www.oatbaby.com 6 Meyerland-area residents can now train like the pros with the opening of Texans Fit at the end of March at 8650 Endicott Lane, Houston. With other loca- tions in Katy and Rosenberg, the business oers personal training, including correc- tive exercises and weight-loss and mus- cle-gain training. Other oerings include

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vious location at 2414 University Blvd., Ste. 150, just a couple of shops down on the same side of the strip center from its new location. White House Black Market is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and Sunday from noon-6 p.m. www.whitehouseblackmarket.com ANNIVERSARIES Benjamin and Rachael Covey celebrated the rst anniversary of their business, Fire Smart LLC , in May. The re safety consulting and education company serves the entire Greater Houston area and is led by Benjamin Covey, who serves with the Houston Fire Department and is creden- tialed in re safety, structural reght- ing, re investigation and public safety education. The business specializes in customized in-home consultations and re safety plans. 832-510-7205. www.resmartusa.com IN THE NEWS 14 The Children’s Museum of Houston is planning to reopen June 8 after being temporarily closed during the coronavirus pandemic. Visitors ages 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated will be required to wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth. Located at 1500 Binz St., Hous- ton, the museum features a variety of ex- hibits, a challenge course and Kidtropolis, a cityscape where children can roleplay dierent jobs. A grand reopening event will include a dance party, balloon artist and magic show, among other entertain- ment. 713-522-1138. www.cmhouston.org 15 Westbury resident Nicole De La Garza was one of 11 beauty salon owners

named a 2021 Suite Elite Featured Mem- ber by MY SALON Suite , a co-working style space where salon professionals provide beauty services to their clients in private, fully equipped, custom suites. De La Garza opened her West University MY SALON Suite location, at 3901 C Bellaire Blvd, Houston, in February 2019. She said she plans to expand her business and hire more employees in the future and could also pursue teaching opportunities. 832-378-8371. www.mysalonsuite.com/ 16 The Ginger Man , located at 5607 Morningside Drive, Houston, a bar and pub known for featuring over 100 draft beers from around the globe as well as outdoor seating nestled inside Rice Vil- lage, is permanently closed. The pub rst temporarily closed in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and never re- opened. Rice Management Co. conrmed April 30 that plans are in place “ensuring it remains a beloved local destination for decades to come,” though those are still being evaluated at this time. www.thegingerman.com 17 The Roastery , a coee shop chain that serves espresso, drip brews, and tea, as well as all-day sandwich items, closed its doors at its Bellaire location inside H-E-B at 5106 Bissonnet St., STE C, on May 16. The chain announced the closure on its Instagram account, and will be looking to relocate in the future and will continue to serve the Houston com- munity, though no further details were provided. www.theroastery.com west-university CLOSINGS

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simulators and three event rooms equipped with oversized at-screen TVs that can also be equipped with karaoke systems. The venue’s food and beverage program is being developed by hospitality consultant Jonathan Horowitz of Convive Hospitality Consulting, whose clients have also included the Katy Boardwalk District and the Astorian. The menu, described as “Southern inspired” American fare, is being developed in consultation with Ryan Hildebrand, formerly of FM Kitchen, and will be executed by chef Efrain Villareal of Tony’s Mexican Kitchen. A bar and lounge will feature beer and wine on tap as well as craft cocktails from Beverage Director Jennifer Caldwell of Goodnight Charlie’s. The project was funded with help from dozens of investors from surrounding neighborhoods such as Southside Place, West University and Bellaire, according to the release.

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The Dinner Detective, America’s largest interactive murder mystery comedy dinner show, hosts a show with a mystery whodunit. Ticket includes a four-course dinner with a choice of entree, waitsta gratuity and a prize package for the Top Sleuth. 6-9 p.m. $74.95. Waitlist. 6633 Travis St., Houston. 866-496-0535. www.thedinnerdetective.com/houston

The race can be done virtually or in-person at Houston Running Company’s headquarters on FM 529. All participants receive a nisher’s medal and T-shirt. After the race, guests can enjoy food, drinks and live music. 7:30 a.m. (8K rst wave), 10 a.m. (KidsK and family walk). $50 (8K), $20 (KidsK and family walk). www.houstonrunningco.com

“Absolute Equality,” a mural on slavery in the U.S., will be unveiled June 19 in Galveston. JUNETEENTH Juneteenth, commonly referred to as Freedom Day, Emancipation Day, Jubilee Day or Liberation Day, among others, is approaching June 19. Here are a few area events commemorating people who were enslaved in the United States. EVENTS ON JUNE 19 JUNETEENTH LEGACY PROJECT ART INSTALLATION 11:30 a.m. Galveston-based nonprot Juneteenth Legacy Art Project will unveil its monthslong mural project by artist Reginald C. Adams titled “Absolute Equality,” a 5,000-square- foot art installation commissioned by the nonprot to tell an evolutionary narrative depicting important moments in history. Free. 2217 Strand St., Galveston. www.juneteenthlegacyproject.com MISSOURI CITY JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION 6:30 p.m. The Missouri City Juneteenth Celebration Foundation hosts its 17th annual Concert in the Park celebrating the holiday. Artists performing include Bel-Ami, Jaye Hammer and Leroy Allen. Free. 1340 Independence Blvd., Missouri City. www.missouricityjuneteenth celebration.com A GULF COAST JUNETEENTH 8:30 p.m. Miller Outdoor Theatre hosts its annual Juneteenth blues and Creole festival featuring Grammy Award-winning blues legend Bobby Rush. The storytelling bluesman sings with gritty, sensuous vocals along with harmonica chops. Online tickets are required. Free. 6000 Hermann Park Drive., Houston. www.milleroutdoortheatre.com COURTESY JUNETEENTH LEGACY ART PROJECT

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JUNE 05 BELLAIRE CITYWIDE GARAGE SALE Bellaire residents will open up their garages to shoppers when the city temporarily waives permit requirements on home garage sales. Residents will still be responsible for individual advertising and must follow the city’s sign ordinance. All day. Free. Citywide. www.bellairetx.gov 05 ‘MOVEMENT AT THE EDGE OF THE LAND’ The Moody Center for the Arts will present “Brie Ruais: Movement at the Edge of the Land,” the rst solo exhibition of the Brooklyn-based ceramic artist. The exhibition will feature a monumental installation of ceramic works created specically for the exhibition at the Moody. Arranged on both the oor and walls, the pieces will interact with the galleries and the Rice University campus, referencing the post- industrial transformation of the American West. Registration is required. 6-8 p.m. (opening reception). Free. 6100 Main St., MS-480, Houston. 713-348-2787. www.moody.rice.edu 05 POSTCARD COLLAGE The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is inviting family and friends to disconnect from the screen and get crafty with its Postcard Collage event, part of the museum’s Open Studios program. The museum is allowing families and friends the opportunity to create small postcard-sized collages from the comfort of their own home. The program draws inspiration from the museum’s exhibitions on view. 2-4 p.m. Free. 5216 Montrose Blvd., Houston. www.camh.org 08 ‘THE NAZI MENACE, AT HOME ANDABROAD’ The Holocaust Museum Houston hosts a virtual lecture over Zoom from celebrated author Benjamin Carter Hett as he explores many of his works

over the years analyzing the Nazi party and its eect on the world. Hett also authored “The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic” and “Burning the Reichstag: An Investigation into the Third Reich’s Enduring Mystery,” among others. 6-7 p.m. Registration required. Free, though donations are encouraged. 713-942-8000. www.hmh.org 08 HOWTO START A STARTUP The Ion hosts a virtual event for community members, startups and entrepreneurs, corporate innovators, and academic partners on how to start a startup, taking participants through the starting steps in taking their idea and turning it into a business. Heath Butler, managing director of Mercury Fund, will help participants to learn how to identify problems, needs, and trends worth pursuing and how to create and evaluate possible solutions. Free. www.ionhouston.com 11 CHEF GALAHOUSTON Autism Speaks presents an annual event featuring a team of 15 Houston chefs creating signature small-plate dishes for guests. Each chef will be assisted by a junior sous chef who is on the autism spectrum. The event also includes silent and live auctions to raise money for Autism Speaks, which conducts autism research and awareness activities. A portion of proceeds will also help culinary industry employees on the spectrum who have been aected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 5:30-11 p.m. $250. The Westin Houston Medical Center, 1709 Dryden Road, Houston. 713-724-5092. www.autismspeaks.org 12 AND 26 SNEAKAPEEK The Hana and Arthur Ginzbarg Nature Discovery Center is hosting a summer program for preschoolers ages 3 to 5 and their parents, grandparents or caregivers. Rafts, nature walks, live animal encounters, investigations and hands-on activities create about an hour

of learning fun each week. On June 12, children can learn about turtles, while on June 26, they can learn about owers and butteries. Advance registration is required. The event is limited to 10 participating children with an adult caregiver. 10-11 a.m. $20 (members), $25 (nonmembers). 7112 Newcastle, Bellaire. 713-667-6550. www.naturediscoverycenter.org 15 KATHERINE DYKSTRA IN CONVERSATIONWITH KEVIN COOK Murder By The Book hosts a virtual conversation between authors Katherine Dykstra and Kevin Cook. Dykstra, a writer, editor and teacher, will soon publish her book, “What Happened to Paula: On the Death of an American Girl,” which explores the investigation into the cold case of Paula Oberbroeckling, whose homicide in 1970 was never solved. Cook, meanwhile, will discuss his book, “Kitty Genovese: The Murder, the Bystanders, the Crime that Changed America,” which analyzes the 1964 murder of Kitty Genovese on her front stoop in view of numerous witnesses. Free. 713-524-8597. www.murderbooks.com 27 ‘THREE CENTURIES OF AMERICANART’ The Museum of Fine Arts will open a new exhibition June 27 highlighting more than 200 works from the private collection of Houston collector Fayez S. Sarom, which spans from American paintings that cover a broad spectrum including impressionism through abstract expressionism, pop, minimalism and contemporary art to Coptic carvings and textiles. Grouped in thematic galleries, the masterpieces on view include works by Mary Cassatt, William Merritt Chase, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, and John Singer Sargent. Also included are Helen Frankenthaler, George Inness, and more. The price is included with general admission. $19 (adults), $16 (seniors), free (age 12 and younger). 1001 Bissonnet St., Houston. 713-639-7300. www.mfah.org

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endeavor, but the contractor for a proj- ect targeting drainage improvements and a road surface replacement on Bualo Speedway inWest University Place ocially broke ground April 29. Work in the target area includes replacing underground drainage pipes that have been in place since the early 1940s with large box culverts. The $23 million project was awarded to contractor SER Construction Partners with an estimated comple- tion date of August 2023. The city of West University Place and the Texas Department of Transportation will jointly oversee construction. Funding for the project comes from a combination of sources, including TxDOT for reconstructing the pave- ment and the Federal Emergency Management Agency for drainage and ood protection. The complete road surface replace- ment will ll the existing footprint with the large 8-by-8-foot box culverts

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Ground was broken in late April on a project to improve a portion of Bualo Speedway through West University Place. (Courtesy city of West University Place)

used to transport stormwater to the Poor FarmDitch south of Holcombe Boulevard. The project will also provide visual enhancements at both city entrances and at major intersections. Timeline: April-August 2023 Cost: $23 million Funding source: city of West University Place, TxDOT

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Bellaire City Council will meet at 7 p.m. June 7 at 7008 S. Rice Ave., Bellaire. Meetings are streamed at www.bellairetx.gov. West University Place City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. June 14 at 3800 University Blvd., Houston. Meetings are available via teleconference. Find details at www.westutx.gov. MEETINGSWE COVER Bellaire hires new police chief BELLAIRE The city of Bellaire announced May 19 that its assistant chief of police, Onesimo Lopez Jr., will take the reins as the city’s new chief of police starting Aug. 2. Lopez will take over from Byron Holloway, who will retire at the end of July after a decadeslong career in the Bellaire Police Department since he began in 1976 as a police dispatcher. Lopez has served the Bellaire Police Department since January 2019.

Mayoral, council races decided inMay WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE On May 1, Susan Sample won the race for West University Place mayor, defeating opponent Kevin Trautner. John Montgomery, Melanie Bell, Shannon Carroll and incumbent John Barnes won seats onWest University Place City Council. For Southside Place, Andy Chan won the spot for mayor, and Jennifer Anderson won the race for City Council Position 3.

BELLAIRE The Bellaire City Council approved the North Bellaire Special Development District on May 24. The approval came after a nearly six-hour special meeting designed to hammer out any additional amendments to the zoning docu- ment ahead of a vote. The council voted 4-3 to approve an amended version of the zoning document, which creates the new mixed-use district located around the former Chevron campus at 4800 Fournace Place, stretching from South Rice Avenue to Loop 610 and from Fournace Place to the residential homes on Mayfair Street. The district was formerly zoned as a technical research park district, which officials said limited the potential commercial uses for the site. Council Members Catherine

Lewis, Nathan Wesely and Jim Hotze voted against approving the district. The council approved several amendments before approving the new district as a whole. Restau- rants were added as a contem- plated use, while the council voted to strike not only payday loan institutions as a contemplated use, but also indoor movie theaters. The council also increased setbacks from 35 feet—as recom- mended by the Bellaire Planning and Zoning Commission—to 65 feet for commercial properties that bor- der residences along the district.

Houston City Council will meet at 1:30 p.m. June 8 for public comment and 9 a.m. June 9 for regular business at 901 Bagby St., Houston. Meetings are streamed at www.houstontx.gov/htv. Harris County Commissioners Court will meet at 10 a.m. June 8. Live meeting video is available at www.harriscountytx.gov.

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COMPARING COUNTY HEALTH

COMBATING COVID19

These rankings are updated annually but include data from previous years. There are other factors included that are not listed.

Just under 54% of Harris County residents age 12 and older have had at least one vaccine dose as of May 28, while more than 4 in 10 have been fully vaccinated.

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VACCINATION DEMOGRAPHICS 8.76% Asian

COUNTYVACCINATIONS

4.12% 4.07% 21.35% 54.32% 9.54% 6.59% 44.91% 1.43% 27.55% 21.03% 5.06% 0.02%

51.14% 2.41% 26.47% 16.69% 3.27% 0.02% 22.17% 13.77% 18.71% 27.12% 11.88% 6.34%

• LENGTHOF LIFE • QUALITYOF LIFE , such as the number of poor mental and physical health days reported

MONTGOMERY COUNTY FORT BEND COUNTY

10.84% 33.58% 29.49% 10.13% 7.19%

Black

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HEALTH FACTORS INCLUDE:

2021 STATEWIDE HEALTH CARE RANKINGS OUT OF 243 COUNTIES

• HEALTHBEHAVIORS , such as smoking, obesity, physical activity, excessive drinking, alcohol-impaired driving deaths, sexually transmitted infections and teen births • CLINICAL CARE , including health insurance coverage; number of physicians, dentists and mental health providers; preventable hospital stays; and u vaccinations • SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS , such as educational attainment levels, children in poverty, income inequality and violent crimes • PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT FACTORS , such as air pollution, drinking water violations, housing problems and long commutes

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Information on local hospitals in Bellaire, Meyerland & West University

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1 CHI St. Luke’s Health- Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center 6720 Bertner Ave., Houston 8323551000 www.stlukeshealth.org • Trauma level: N/A • NICU level: N/A • Total number of employees: 3,638 • Number of beds: 1,049 • Latest news: In 2020-21, Baylor St. Luke’s was recognized as one of the Top 50 Best Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. In spring 2021, the Senior Care Clinic earned an Age-Friendly Health System designation from the Institute for • Trauma level: I • NICU level: III • Total number of employees: 3,337 • Number of beds: 402 • Latest news: A new transcatheter aortic valve replacement procedure is expected to start being oered in June. 3 HCA Houston Healthcare Medical Center 1313 Hermann Drive, Houston 7135275000 www.hcahoustonhealthcare.com • Trauma level: N/A • NICU level: N/A • Total number of employees: 471 • Number of beds: 444 • Latest news: Renovations were completed on the hospital exterior, South Tower, main entrance and porte-cochere. Upcoming renovations will take place at the North Tower lobby and perioperative suite. New additions will include an expanded Central Sterile Processing area and two new nursing oors. Healthcare Improvement. 2 Harris Health System Ben Taub Hospital 1504 Taub Loop, Houston 7138732000 www.harrishealth.org 4 Houston Methodist 6565 Fannin St., Houston 7137903311 www.houstonmethodist.org • Trauma level: N/A • NICU level: II • Total number of employees: 8,297

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• Number of beds: 984 • Latest news: 500 job openings in 2024; Centennial Tower construction slated for early 2022, a $700 million-plus, 30-story addition to Texas Medical Center hospital 5 Kindred Hospital Houston Medical Center 6441 Main St., Houston 7137900500 www.kindredhealthcare.com • Trauma level: N/A • NICU level: N/A • Total number of employees: 376 • Number of beds: 103 • Latest news: Acute Rehab Unit of 11 beds opened in September 6 Memorial Hermann Southwest 7600 Beechnut St., Houston 7134565000 www.memorialhermann.org • Trauma level: IV • NICU level: III • Total number of employees: 2,000 • Number of beds: 543 • Latest news: Received an A rating from Leapfrog in the spring. A comprehensive stroke designation from the Joint Commission is pending. 7 Memorial Hermann-

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• Latest news: The 17-story Red Duke Trauma Institute is now open at the Susan and Fayez Sarom Pavilion, allowing an expansion of trauma, critical care, and heart and vascular services. 8 Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center 2002 Holcombe Blvd., Houston 7137911414 www.houston.va.gov • Trauma level: N/A • NICU level: N/A • Latest news: The hospital did not respond to request for information by press time.

• Trauma level: I • NICU level: IV • Total number of employees: 9,023 • Number of beds: 794 • Latest news: All eligible persons can visit the hospital’s website to register for a free COVID-19 vaccine appointment. Dr. Catherine Gordon was named new pediatrician-in-chief at Texas Children’s and chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Baylor.

Texas Medical Center 6411 Fannin St., Houston 7137044000 www.memorialhermann.org

• Trauma level: I • NICU level: IV • Total number of employees: 6,000 • Number of beds: 1,182

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St. JosephMedical Center beginswork on $92million renovation project

Bill would provide millions formedical center projects

A local look Of the $4.3 billion in bonds in House Bill 1530, $270 million would go to projects in the Texas Medical Center.

Texas A&M University health science center M.D. Anderson life sciences research facility University of Texas public health education building

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Work began in May on a $92 million renovation project to update the 134-year-old St. Joseph Medical Center facility in downtown Hous- ton that is set to take place over the next two years. The rst phase—set to be com- pleted by the end of 2021—will include new catheterization lab suites, updated radiology rooms, a dedicated women’s imaging unit and enhanced patient rooms. A new on-site urgent care clinic will also be added to the campus, according to a May 14 announce- ment. The Mary J. Gibbs Women’s Building will also receive a women’s emergency room on the ground oor along with an expansion of its triage area for expectant mothers. Future phases, which will run through August 2023, will include a new pharmacy, a blood lab, labor

$90M TO EACH PROJECT

A bill pending in the Texas Legislature would, if passed, provide roughly $4.3 billion in tuition reve- nue bond funding for higher educa- tion infrastructure projects across the state, including $270 million for three projects in the planned Texas Medical Center research campus. House Bill 1530 passed out of the Texas House of Representatives 121-23 before being passed on to the Senate. As of May 17, the bill had been referred to the Senate’s Higher Education Committee. As of press time, lawmakers had until May 31 to get the bill passed. The bill’s author—state Rep. Jim Murphy, RHouston—testied on the oor of the state House of Represen- tatives on the importance of univer- sities being able to train more health care workers as the population ages.

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The projects in the Texas Medical Center include a public health edu- cation and research building for the University of Texas, a life sciences research and innovation facility for M.D. Anderson, and a health sciences building for Texas A&MUniversity. The last time the Texas Legislature approved the use of tuition revenue bonds for higher education projects was 2015. Emily Cormier, assistant commissioner with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, testied that public universities across the state face a space decit of roughly 22 million square feet.

and delivery suites, and additional medical surgery beds. The full-service, physician-owned hospital stas 1,500 employees and oers 700 beds. The hospital oper- ates in partnership with the health care network Steward Health Care. In a statement, Dr. Sanjay Shetty, president of Steward North America, said discussions on the renovations were led by physicians. “These renovations have been thoughtfully designed to empower St. Joseph physicians to provide the best possible care and enhance their patients’ experience,” Shetty said.

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