The Texas Division encompasses areas in Central and East Texas, as well as the Upper Gulf Coast Region. No matter what region you’re in, whether it be rural, quiet San Augustine or Grimes County or bustling Central Houston, you’ll experience the warm hospitality that makes our state famous.
Our hospitals, clinics, and care centers across the region are fixtures throughout our communities, known for providing compassionate, patient-centered care, but there’s much more to life than just work. Texas is rich with opportunities to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature, discover unique local attractions, and experience different cultures.
Learn more about the regions within the Texas Division
Houston 610 Market
In the heart of Central Houston, residents of the 610 market can experience the sights and scenes of the fourth largest city in the U.S. It is well known for its healthy economic climate and warm hospitality. According to Forbes, Houston is ranked among the top U.S. cities where paychecks stretch the furthest and has one of the largest concentrations of Fortune 1000 companies in the country. This dynamic city puts a world of excitement at your doorstep. In Houston, there’s something for everyone, from symphonic strings to country twang, barbecue to fine cuisine, professional and collegiate sports to Little League.
North Houston Market
Our North Houston community comprises hospitals and clinics within The Woodlands and Springwoods Village areas. Offering a quiet, suburban escape from Central Houston, this region provides residents access to live shows at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, upscale shopping and dining opportunities at Market Street, and chances to connect with nature at the George Mitchell Nature Preserve.
South Houston Market
The communities of Sugar Land, Lake Jackson, and Pasadena make up our South Houston market. This family-friendly region is close to Galveston Bay and offers several ways to connect with nature, from visiting Sea Center Texas to birdwatching at the Gulf Coast Bird Observatory. On the other hand, these suburban communities are close to the major metropolitan area of Central Houston, providing the best of both worlds for residents.
East Texas Market
St. Luke’s Health - Memorial is a fixture in the East Texas community, with hospitals in San Augustine, Lufkin, and Livingston. This region is ideal for people wanting to connect with nature, as the Davy Crockett National Forest, Lake Livingston, and the Sam Rayburn Reservoir are just a short drive away. For those who prefer to stay in the A/C, the Naranjo Museum of Natural History and the Patricia Huffman Smith Nasa “Remembering Columbia” Museum are exciting ways to learn something new.
Brazos Valley Market
This beautiful region is a perfect blend of peaceful, rural settings and small cities. Home to Texas A&M University, Prairie View A&M University, and Blinn College, the Brazos Valley attracts students from all around the country. Residents and visitors alike can learn at the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, explore nature at Wolf Pen Creek Park, spend the day shopping at Burleson Antique Mall, and so much more.