Location Profile

Houston, Texas

Facility Type
Rehabilitation Therapy
Facility Location
Houston, Texas
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Houston, Texas. A seasoned provider of hospital and health centers throughout Texas, the provider is one of the most trusted names in health care in the state. Services include urgent care, cancer care, hospice, specialty treatment, and more, depending on the location.

Community Overview

Houston is a glittering and bustling metropolis that often lands on “Best” lists by Travel + Leisure and other prominent publications. While the city is one of the largest in the country, Houston has maintained its cool vibe thanks to the culture and personality each of its neighborhoods offers. Diverse, progressive and on the move, Houston attracts nearly 300 people a day.

Houston is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the United States but has a friendly "down home" nature thanks to its roots. The city features more than 2 million residents and has developed a diverse mix of art, cuisine, sports, and culture. It would be impossible to experience everything Houston has to offer, especially since the city continues to be on the move. Houston has also made it easy to get around thanks to the METRORail and bus system.

Learn more about Houston at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


As Houston is one of the largest cities in the country, the city features more than 20 school districts, all are which are administered by the Texas Education Agency. The largest public school district is the Houston Independent School District (HISD) as it serves a majority of the city as well as several areas near the city. There are currently 177 elementary schools, 59 middle schools, and 56 high schools in the district.  Among the district, you’ll find public schools, magnet schools, charter academies, alternative learning facilities, and early childhood centers. The district has a low student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. Several high schools in the district have been recognized as some of the best in the state, with several recognized in the top 20 in the country. Houston also features more than 200 private schools to offer a wide range of educational opportunities.

Click here to read more about public schools in Houston.
Click here to read more about private schools in Houston.

Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

Houston is well-known as a popular tourist destination and has a great selection of things to do. Shopping is no exception and the city offers more than 12 shopping districts, each with their own vibe and selection of merchandise. River Oaks Luxury is where you’ll find plenty of luxury shopping brands and destinations, while 19th Street Shopping District is the home to antiques and cute boutiques. Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll probably find it in Houston as the city boasts thousands of great shops. There’s even an abundance of shopping options for bargain seekers thanks to Tanger Outlets, Premium Outlets, and Harwin Outlet Mall. It’s truly a shopper’s paradise. Of course, shopping is just a fraction of what Houston has to offer. There are multiple museums and recreational options as well. If you want to explore other cultures, start with the Czech Cultural Center or the Asia Society Texas Center. There’s also the new Houston Museum of African American Culture and the African American Library at the Gregory School. All of these will give you a chance to see art, film, artifacts, exhibits, and more. You can also visit the Arab-American Cultural and Community Center.

Families with kids will love the Children’s Museum of Houston which was rated the best in the U.S. by Parents magazine. Spanning 90,000 square feet, the museum is ideal for ages birth to 12 years. Exhibits include plenty of hands-on entertainment and interactive fun. The Lone Star Flight Museum, American Cowboy Museum, and Contemporary Arts Museum Houston are also popular places to visit. If you want a night out, look no further than Houston’s nightlife scene. The performing arts community is strong in Houston and offers entertainment year-round. Your options include multiple theatre companies, the Houston Symphony and a full list of live events at various spots around town. A day at the ballpark or football stadium may be just the ticket, and luckily, Houston is a big sports town. Watch Astros, the Rockets, or the Texans and get into the team spirit. If you want outdoor recreation, take in some of Houston’s beautiful parks and trails -- the city features nearly 53,000 acres of park space. There’s zoos, nature centers, and trails to explore. You can also opt for a round of golf or just spend the day at one of the public landings.

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Crime Rate

The crime rate in Houston is on the decline and has gone done by nearly 4% over the last year. This should continue thanks to the vigilant police force of Houston which employs multiple crime prevention methods including neighborhood watch programs, community engagement, Crimestoppers, and more.

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