Why I Am a Nurse at Memorial Hermann

Each day nearly 9,000 nurses provide care and support to the thousands of patients who visit Memorial Hermann. From working in our emergency departments in time of crises to helping patients re-build strength at TIRR Memorial Hermann, Memorial Hermann nurses are truly the backbone of our operations. To celebrate Nurses Week, we asked some of [Continue Reading]

Thank you, Houston

By: Dan Wolterman 1999: It was the dawn of a new millennium and I was just starting my career at Memorial Hermann. I had high hopes and big dreams in a city already renowned for its pioneering health care and “can-do” spirit. At the time, Memorial Hermann was a federation of hospitals fresh from a [Continue Reading]

Is That Tan Worth Your Life?

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. The good news?  It is the easiest to cure if diagnosed and treated early. “It can’t be emphasized enough the importance of examining your own skin for any changes,” explains Elizabeth Geddes, M.D., M.S., a specialist in the screening for and treatment [Continue Reading]

Making Fitness Fun for Kids

Make it fun and children will want to do it. That goes double for fitness. If you make fitness fun when your kids are young, they will be more likely to continue to be active for life. It’s never too soon to start. According to the Office of the Surgeon General, studies indicate that overweight [Continue Reading]

Breast Density and Why It Matters

When your doctor orders a more advanced form of mammography because you have “dense” breasts, should you be concerned? For what you need to know, we chatted with Anne C. Kushwaha, M.D., a diagnostic radiologist at Memorial Hermann Upper Kirby Breast Center, Memorial Hermann Southwest Memorial Breast Center and Memorial Hermann Bobetta Lindig Memorial City [Continue Reading]