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New North Pavilion

After much anticipation, Methodist Willowbrook Hospital's new 473,000 square-foot North Pavilion is open for business, doubling the size of the hospital to 251 beds. The main entrance to the hospital is now through the seven-story North Pavilion located off Centerfield Drive. The expansion houses the new Heart and Vascular Center, Stroke Center, imaging services, operating rooms, cardiac catheterization labs, a pharmacy, lab, chapel, full-service cafeteria and more.

The Emergency Department has also relocated to the North Pavilion, doubling in size to 28 beds and featuring dedicated pediatric rooms and fast-track rooms for minor emergencies. The Emergency Room can also be accessed from Centerfield Drive. (See campus plan.)

"This is not a typical community hospital. Methodist Willowbrook is a full-service hospital that offers general medical/surgical and advanced specialty services. We are excited to expand our facility and services to meet the needs of the Northwest Houston community."
– Beryl Ramsey, CEO, Methodist Willowbrook Hospital

"The Methodist Hospital System invested more than $240 million to expand the Willowbrook campus, and we are now able to meet the growing needs of our community," says Beryl Ramsey, CEO, Methodist Willowbrook Hospital. "Since we opened our doors almost 10 years ago, our hospital has been full, which speaks to the health care needs in Northwest Houston, as well as the quality care and services provided by our physicians and hospital staff."

South Pavilion Changes to come
The existing South Pavilion, which will soon undergo renovations, houses a new comprehensive Breast Center, labor and delivery services, neonatal intensive care services in cooperation with Texas Children’s Hospital, and other services focused on women and pediatrics. By summer 2011, a Level III neonatal intensive care unit will be added, a high-risk obstetrics program will be in place, and a short-stay pediatric unit will open. The building will become known as the Women and Children’s Pavilion when renovations are complete.