Using Augmented Reality to Improve Precision in Sinus Surgeries

Seeing is believing when it comes to the new augmented reality technology being used for the first time in the U.S. for sinus procedures at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center in Houston. Martin J. Citardi, MD, chair of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth, has been a vigorous proponent [Continue Reading]

Preventing Traumatic Injuries from Becoming Deadly: What You Can Do

A tourniquet and some basic knowledge can prevent a traumatic injury from becoming a deadly one. Memorial Hermann is joining other trauma care providers in Stop the Bleed, a national prevention campaign to educate the public and save lives. Trauma occurs every 4 seconds in the United States and is the leading cause of death [Continue Reading]

Doing His Part to Keep Our Life Flight Heroes in the Sky

Monse Ramos feels a great deal of pride every time he sees a Memorial Hermann Life Flight® helicopter flying across the Houston skies. “Sometimes I’ll tell my grandkids or my kids, ‘do you see that helicopter flying up there? I had my hands on that one just yesterday.’” Ramos is part of the maintenance team [Continue Reading]

Astros are World Series Champions! Here are some other historic firsts for Houston and Texas.

For the first time ever, the Houston Astros have earned history and are now World Series Champions! Memorial Hermann couldn’t be more proud of our hometown team. In honor of this historic milestone, we’re taking a look back at a few of Memorial Hermann’s many firsts, dating all the way back to 1925. Join us [Continue Reading]

What it Means to be a Magnet-Recognized Hospital

Earlier this year, nurses, physicians and campus leadership at Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital gathered in a conference room and huddled around a single telephone, anxiously awaiting an announcement that had been years in the making. The phone call would place the hospital among an elite group of facilities nationwide, joining Memorial Hermann Memorial City [Continue Reading]