News | July 18, 2017

Medistar Corporation Announces Development Of Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living And Memory Care Facility In Humble, TX

Humble, TX /PRNewswire/ - Medistar Corporation ("Medistar") announced today that it has begun development of a new transitional care facility at the southwestern corner of McKay Road and McKay Crossing Drive in Humble, Texas 77338. Now in design, the facility will provide 104 total beds, including 70 beds of skilled nursing focusing on short-term rehabilitation care, 18 beds of assisted living and 16 beds of memory care, all in approximately 60,000 gross square feet.

The innovative facility will deliver a fully integrated post-acute care continuum and provide personalized services and care options that address unmet needs of local healthcare providers and patients. Importantly, the facility will provide high quality care to patients following an injury or illness, and offer a full range of services — medical, rehabilitative, and social — to patients and senior residents.

"For this important project, Medistar has worked diligently to align the real estate solution to enhance operational, clinical and financial efficiencies and provide an exceptional experience for patients, providers and guests," said Paul McCleary, Vice President of Business Development for Medistar.

The modern transitional care facility is being designed by Pi Architects and will be built by SCI Construction, Inc., with construction scheduled for completion in 2018.

About Medistar Corporation
Medistar Corporation is a full-service medical real estate development company headquartered in Houston, Texas. As it has for 44 years, Medistar primarily specializes in the design, development, financing, acquisition and construction of acute care hospitals, post-acute care hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, senior care facilities, integrated medical plazas, medical office buildings and related facilities for the healthcare industry nationwide. To learn more, please visit

SOURCE: Medistar Corporation

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