People consider several factors when deciding where to put down roots. The most common involves schools. Other considerations include a community or neighborhood’s physical attributes, location and even social connectivity. A factor that may not be top of mind, but is still important to consider is , whether or not there are medical services offered by area healthcare systems and hospitals.

Healthcare Means Healthy Communities

Local hospitals and healthcare systems do more than offer beds and inpatient services for patients. They are responsible for the overall health of area residents, provide emergency care when necessary, and offer care for chronic diseases and acute issues.

Community health centers are also helpful in preventative care. Many organize campaigns to tackle issues like obesity, heart disease, diabetes and sleep issues. Healthcare professionals affiliated with medical systems operate their own practices, which helps community residents maintain good health while obtaining quality treatment for illnesses and diseases.

Conroe’s Health Access

In the city of Conroe, is the 342-bed HCA Houston Healthcare-Conroe. This health system is a full-service, regional tertiary referral center, as well as a designated Level II Trauma Center and Level III neonatal intensive care unit. HCA Conroe also carries certification as a Primary Stroke Center, and accreditation as a Chest Pain Center.

Furthermore, Conroe is less than 50 miles from the Texas Medical Center in Houston. Spanning approximately 1,345 acres, the TMC is the largest medical complex in the world. The operation boasts four core campuses: The medical campus, innovation factory, helix park and bioport.

Conroe benefits from a variety of nearby TMC satellite health centers as well, including the following:

  • Houston Methodist Hospital – The Woodlands
  • St. Luke’s Health—The Woodlands Hospital
  • Texas Children’s Hospital – The Woodlands
  • Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center

These health centers are just eight miles away from the ARTAVIA® community, providing residents with excellent access to medical services.

Nearby Montgomery County Hospital District, located in Conroe provides emergency services and community outreach to all county residents.

Thanks to its well-regarded healthcare systems and other factors, Montgomery County is ranked 11th in the state by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute for health outcomes and 25th for overall health factors.

Supporting Residential Health

Community health systems are an important part of the quality of life for residents and the goal of healthcare professionals operating in such systems is to keep residents healthy and happy.

Residents of the master-planned community ARTAVIA benefit from these local world-class hospitals, as well as TMC satellite centers. If you decide to relocate to Conroe, rest assured that your health needs are in good hands.

ARTAVIA, a master-planned community located in Conroe offers a variety of home styles and prices. See current available housing inventory by visiting

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