Congratulations to M.D. Anderson

Congratulations to M.D. Anderson for regaining its “No. 1 ranking for cancer treatment in the nation, according to an annual survey released today by U.S. News & World Report,” read in the Houston Chronicle.

“For the past two years, M.D. Anderson ranked second behind Memorial
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York in the magazine’s America’s
Best Hospitals issue.”

Well, no matter what the magazine published, Houstonians know which one was always the best.

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MD Anderson in Clear Lake

M.D. Anderson to open satellite facility in Clear Lake
— reported by the Houston Business Journal

The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center is planning to open an onsite radiation treatment satellite facility at Christus St. John Hospital in Clear Lake.

The facility is slated to open this fall.

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The new treatment center will be incorporated into Christus St. John’s recent multimillion-dollar expansion project and will be staffed by M.D. Anderson employees, who are trained and receive professional development from the main campus.

This not the first satellite center for M.D. Anderson. The institution also has remote facilities in Bellaire, The Woodlands, Fort Bend and Lake Jackson, according to a spokeswoman. This will be the first M.D. Anderson facility to serve the Bay Area/Galveston communities.

M.D. Anderson Cancer Center ranks number 2

Some good local news, found in M.D. Anderson Cancer Center again ranks among the nation’s best, reported by the Houston Business Journal:

For the first time since 2001, the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center received the No. 2 ranking cancer center hospital in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Hospitals” survey.

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Texas Children’s Hospital ranked No. 4 in pediatrics.

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Memorial Hermann Hospital was ranked No. 41 in kidney disease and No. 49 in urology.

Nice to know that living in a city with one of the best-known medical centers in the world actually means that those facilities are good.