• Bayshore Medical Center unveils new Center for Neurosciences & Orthopedics

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    January 14, 2019

    Bayshore Medical Center Unveils $5 Million “Center for Neurosciences and Orthopedics”

    From specialized staff to gourmet menus, new twenty-bed unit designed to perfect
     postoperative experience
     
    Nov. 26, 2018 (Houston, Texas) – Bayshore Medical Center, a HCA Gulf Coast-affiliated hospital, today opened the “Center for Neurosciences and Orthopedics.” The 20-bed unit, occupying 15,800 square feet of the hospital’s fifth floor is a completely new buildout, designed to meet the unique needs of neuroscience and orthopedic postoperative patients in Pasadena and throughout Houston.
     
    Bayshore Medical Center hired nine registered nurses, specializing in postoperative care, to staff the $5 million facility. Proprietary physician-led protocols will empower each nurse to safely make medical decisions, such as when to discharge a patient, independently. Additionally, the unit will feature its own physical therapy gym and specialist to streamline rehabilitation. These measures are expected to reduce length of stay from an average of three to one day.
     
    “Neurosurgical and orthopedic surgery are highly unique, and inpatient recovery for these patients should reflect that,” said Jeanna Bamburg, CEO of Bayshore Medical Center. “This new unit is our gift to the Southeast Harris County community, who can receive specialized care and recovery in their own backyard, and I believe patients across Houston will now also consider Bayshore on their shortlist of surgery sites.”
     
    The hospital coordinated with an interior designer to give the rooms – each measuring 360 square feet, double the size of a standard room – a residential feel, including accommodations for guests to stay with patients overnight. The unit also features a “Bistro” where patients and families can dine together on their choice of two daily “Chef’s specials” or order from a menu of a la carte options for in-room dining.
     
    “There is increasing evidence that community support can impact patient experience and recovery” said Dr. Peyman Pakzaban, the neurological surgeon practicing at Bayshore Medical Center. “This unit gives patients the best of all worlds – specialized care and privacy in a setting that encourages them to connect with family, friends, and each other as part of their treatment plans.”
     
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