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Published:  December 3, 2010

St. Luke's Hospital at The Vintage Opens to Serve Residents and Employees of Northwest Houston

St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System announces the opening of its newest hospital, St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage, which began receiving patients on Wednesday, December 1. Located at 20171 Chasewood Park Drive (off of State Highway 249 between FM 1960 and Louetta Road), the 212,000-square-foot, 106-bed hospital features a full complement of medical services, including emergency care, general surgery, women’s services and neonatology, orthopedics, gastroenterology, cardiology and neurosciences. 

“The opening of St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage brings greater access to quality medical care to northwest Houston,” said Frank X. Speidel, MD, chief executive officer of St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage. “Our team of medical professionals looks forward to providing Faithful, Loving Care® to residents and employees and growing with the community.”

St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage offers five operating rooms and cardiac catheterization services.  Additionally, the new facility has 14 labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum suites.

As research has proven that nature positively affects healing and overall well-being, St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage was designed in a beautiful, scenic environment.  Nestled amidst hundreds of trees, the hospital features a one-mile walking path through landscaped gardens, as well as a pond. Additionally, the unique architecture showcases wooden beams and natural stone for a warm, inviting ambiance. The soothing environment is enhanced with a water wall located in the entry lobby. 

Speidel added, “Quality patient and family care is our utmost focus at St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage. We offer a unique hospital experience by combining expertise and clinical excellence with compassionate care.”

For more information about St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage, call 832-534-5000 or visit

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