Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, a Houston based group, has plans to construct a 135,000 square foot facility next to an existing clinic it operates in Fort Bend County, just west of Houston. The two structures will connect through an interior walkway and the 200,000 square feet of combined space will host up to 75 providers across several specialties.
The new surgery center will look to expand access to surgical care in Fort Bend County with four operating rooms, three endoscopy suites and one procedure room to support interventional pain management and interventional radiology services. The surgery center will also have capacity for 24-hour patient observation. Meanwhile, the new cancer center will offer diagnostic and treatment options, infusion therapy, and radiation oncology.
Kelsey-Seybold’s Nicholas Ro says the areas growth got his attention, “You can do projections and see how many retired seniors and privately insured people there are expected to be in 2026, and it’s right around 600,000.”
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