HOUSTON, Sept. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nobilis Health Corp. (NYSE American: HLTH) ("Nobilis" or the "Company") issues this brief update regarding the operational status of its ten Houston area healthcare facilities following the recent aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Due to the significant levels of flooding brought on by Hurricane Harvey, Nobilis' Houston area healthcare facilities were shut down during the hurricane and the subsequent flooding.
"Nobilis' operations team has worked around the clock from August 25th through today to secure the Nobilis facilities, bringing 16 of our 21 Houston area operating rooms online to continue performing surgeries. We are resuming our normal case volume today," said Harry Fleming, CEO.
Please see below for additional detail on each Houston facility.
- First Street Surgical Hospital – 4 Operating Rooms: Operational
- Hermann Drive Surgical Hospital – 6 Operating Rooms: Operational
- First Street Surgical Center – 4 Operating Rooms: Flood remediation underway (cases moved to Southwest Freeway Surgery Center)
- Southwest Freeway Surgery Center – 3 Operating Rooms: Operational
- Kirby Surgical Center – 3 Operating Rooms: Operational
- Medical Park Drive Surgery Center – 1 Operating Room: Flood remediation underway
- Hamilton Vein Clinic – Clear Lake: Operational
- Hamilton Vein Clinic – Sugar Land: Operational
- Hamilton Vein Clinic – The Woodlands: Operational
- Hamilton Vein Clinic – Katy: Operational
About Nobilis Health Corp.
Nobilis (www.NobilisHealth.com) is a full-service healthcare development and management company, with 24 locations across Texas and Arizona, including 4 hospitals, 10 ASCs and 10 clinics. In addition, Nobilis partners with an additional 35 facilities across the country. Marketing nine independent brands, Nobilis deploys a unique patient acquisition strategy driven by proprietary direct-to-consumer marketing technology, focusing on a specified set of procedures that are performed at our centers by local physicians.
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Vice President, Investor Relations
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