Jul 2021

Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Wins Sugar Land Strong Community Award 2021

The Sugar Land Office of Economic Development, in partnership with the Sugar Land Legacy Foundation, hosted a week-long virtual campaign to highlight businesses within the community that exemplify the diversity and high-quality of Sugar Land.

The Sugar Land Strong Campaign occurred from May 24-28 and featured videos that highlighted Sugar Land restaurants, small businesses, primary employers, higher educational institution, hospitals, and the announcement of the Community Award winner. The videos were released via the Economic Development social media platforms- LinkedIn and Twitter as well as the Economic Development website.

We are happy to announce Memorial Hermann Sugar Land was selected as the winner of the Sugar Land Strong Campaign’s Community Award for their outstanding contributions to the Sugar Land Community.

Memorial Hermann Sugar Land employs over 1,000 community members in addition to the hundreds of affiliated physicians, contractors, and physician office staff on their campus.

They continue to offer high-quality, state of the art care including the use of the latest in surgical robotics, maternity care, and the City’s only dedicated Children’s ER.  Their campus has recently expanded their bed count and is already planning to add more beds to help with the city’s growing demand for medical services.

Since the onset of the pandemic, medical staff have cared for over 3,243 COVID-19 patients at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land and administered over 50,080 douses of the COVID-19 vaccine including 5 mass vaccination events at Smart Financial Centre.

Memorial Hermann Sugar Land also supports other local organizations as the official healthcare provider of the Sugar Land Skeeters, the Smart Financial Centre and Lamar Consolidated ISD.

The Office of Economic Development is honored to award this distinguished Sugar Land business with the 2021 Leadership and Legacy Community Award.

News & Press
Houston Chronicle: Sugar Land, Texas A&M, developers answer Texas' call for new natural gas power plants
Learn More
News & Press
Sugar Land, Texas, Begins Approval Process for $146M 'Rapid Start' Power Plant to Enhance Grid Resilience
Learn More
Ready to Start a Project, Explore Partnerships and More?