The Board of Directors of the East Montgomery County Improvement District voted at its December meeting to proceed with plans to build a new, larger facility in the 240-acre mixed use development known as the Valley Ranch Town Center.
Students from New Caney, Porter and Splendora high schools have completed their 10-week internships with EMCID and received $750 each at the December meeting of the Board of Directors held on the 8th.
The Board of Directors of the East Montgomery County Improvement District (EMCID) presented checks to 14 agencies and organizations for 17 community development grants totaling $171,007.73.
Kingwood Medical Center honored Serina Hebert, RN on the Intensive Care Unit, as the 3rd Quarter Shining Star - for shining like a star, inspiring others and contributing to the success of Kingwood Medical Center.
Kingwood Medical Center (KMC) patients, doctors, volunteers and staff put on their team shirt to show strength in numbers while walking to promote heart health at the American Heart Association's (AHA) Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk held on November 5th at Lone Star College–Kingwood.
On Memorial Weekend of 2015, 30-year Kingwood resident Jim Pinkerton was leashing up his bird dog to go on a 5 mile walk, when he experienced chest pain like no other. In classic form, he was sweating profusely, had pain down both arms and knew immediately what was happening.
Kingwood Medical Center s partnering with OB Hospitalist Group, a national physician group, specializing in the development, staffing and management of hospital-based Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN) practices. "Staffing Kingwood Medical Center with hospital-based OB/GYN physicians, frequently referred to as hospitalists, serve to enhance patient safety, and improve the coordination and efficiency of care,"