Memorial Hermann Health System

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Memorial Hermann Health System is comprised of 19 hospitals, including five joint ventures, and numerous specialty programs and services located in the Greater Houston area. It included the Texas Medical Center, which is a central component of the Memorial Hermann Health System and the largest medical complex in the world. Founded in 1925, Memorial Hermann also encompasses the Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital, the Memorial Hermann Orthopedic and Spine Hospital, and several specialty institutes and centers.

Memorial Hermann is a major non-profit medical center. It is considered among the top five large health systems in the country by Truven Health and is nationally ranked in three adult specialties and two children’s specialties by U.S. News & World Report.

The system is a leading center for trauma, neurosurgery, and pediatrics, and boasts the nation’s busiest Life Flight helipad—completing over 3,000 missions annually and located at Texas Medical Center.

Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University

Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center is dedicated to education and care, and is one of the only two certified Level I trauma centers in the Greater Houston area. TMC is home to world-class clinical and research centers, including, pediatrics, women's health, urology, orthopedics, trauma, neurosurgery, neuroscience, cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, and organ transplantation.

Houston students complete the majority of their rotations at the Texas Medical Center, which has been a valued primary affiliate of the program since 2009. MSA students spend roughly two-thirds of their first year at MH-TMC, and complete specialty rotations in trauma, transplant, neurosurgery, pre-operative clinic, pediatrics, and obstetrics in their second year.

In addition to serving CWRU MSA students, Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center is also home to the University of Texas-Houston Health Science Center’s Anesthesiology Department and Residency Program.