Houston Methodist St. John Hospital



Houston Methodist St. John Hospital 
Southeast – St. John 
281.523.2000
18300 St. John Drive 
Nassau Bay, TX 77058
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Houston Methodist St. John Hospital brings all the expertise and compassionate care of the world-renowned Houston Methodist Hospital in The Texas Medical Center to the Bay area. Located in Nassau Bay, across from the NASA Johnson Space Center, St. John offers innovative, high-quality, patient-centered care in a welcoming, healing environment.

We are proud to offer an exceptional array of programs and services at our full-service hospital, including heart and vascular care, neurology, orthopedics & sports medicine and women’s health. And when you need emergency care, we provide easy, online check-in to our ER, to help shorten wait times to be seen by our board-certified emergency medicine physicians.
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Patient & Visitor Resources

From preregistration to accessing your medical records, you’ll find all the resources you need to make your visit with us as stress-free as possible. 

 

 

We welcome visitors, and provide numerous patient & visitor resources (parking information, visiting hours, dining options, etc.) to make visiting easy. We also provide you with these helpful tools:

 

Services We Offer

Learn more about the programs and services we offer, including these featured services:

 

 

See a complete list of all our programs and services. 

Upcoming Events
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Weight Loss Surgery Orientation with Dr. Stephens - St. John

Attend a free information session where you will learn about treatment options offered at the Houston Methodist Weight Management Center.

Thursday, April 12, 2018 Joint Pain Relief & Joint Replacement - St. John

If you’re considering joint replacement, attend our free seminar to discuss topics such as today’s joint replacement options, physical therapy, and Rapid Recovery.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 Treatment of Parkinson’s and Tremor with Deep Brain Stimulation- St. John

Two of our leading neurology specialists will discuss deep brain stimulation (DBS) therapy, benefits and risks of surgery and appropriate patient selection.