Kelsey-Seybold Clinic Is Introducing New Services And Greater Access To Care In Cypress
Cypress Clinic is transforming into Northwest Campus with expanded services in primary and specialty care
HOUSTON (Sept. 7, 2023) – Kelsey-Seybold Clinic announced plans today to renovate and expand Cypress Clinic by adding a second building on an adjacent property. The addition, a 120,000-square-foot professional building, will include space for an ambulatory surgery center to be built in the near future. When the expansion is complete, Cypress Clinic will be renamed Northwest Campus and increase access to new services and care, easily accessible from U.S. Route 290 just north of the Sam Houston Tollway.
The Northwest Campus will serve as the regional specialty and ancillary campus for patients who live in the Northwest Region of Greater Houston.
“The expansion of Cypress Clinic will help us meet the needs of this growing community with coordinated quality, value-based care,” said Tony Lin, M.D., chairman and CEO, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic. “The buildout of this expansion and new construction project is part of a long-term plan to help make care more convenient for patients across the Greater Houston area by bringing essential and more specialized care within easy reach of those living and working in this thriving area.”
The new Northwest Campus will be located at 19926 Northwest Freeway in Houston, with plans to open in Fall 2024. Upon completion of all construction projects, Northwest Campus will include a five-story building and will have space for up to 40 providers in a variety of specialties, including comprehensive adult and pediatric primary care, as well as access to expanded specialty care in Gastroenterology, Pulmonary, Pain Management, Colorectal Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, ENT (Otolaryngology), Audiology, Behavioral Health, and a future ambulatory surgery center.
Additional and expanded support services will be provided, including a bigger on-site Kelsey Pharmacy, and added diagnostic imaging and testing services, including future space for two additional CTs, one fluoroscopy unit, a nuclear medicine camera, and audiology booths. The planned ambulatory surgery center will expand access to surgical care to the region with four operating rooms, three endoscopy suites, and one procedure room to support interventional pain management and interventional radiology services.
“This expansion in northwest Houston will make it possible for individuals and families to receive highly specialized care and diagnostic services close to home,” said Kenneth Janis, chief operating officer, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic. “We look forward to the opportunity to serve this growing community by providing new specialties and services to help our patients achieve better health.”