For Patients & Visitors
Due to COVID-19, our patient visitor policies are changing. Please visit: COVID-19: Enhanced Visitor Policy
If you believe you have symptoms of COVID-19, take these steps.
Thank you for choosing CHI St. Luke’s Health–The Woodlands Hospital for your medical care. Our board-certified, community-based physicians, expert nurses, allied health professionals, and caring volunteers are dedicated to providing compassionate care to you and your family. We are proud to bring our unique combination of modern technology and the latest standards of care to one of the area’s fastest growing communities.
Personal computers and mobile devices can be used within any of CHI St. Luke’s Health hospitals. Simply connect to our wireless guest network and select “Get Connected” from the list of wireless networks to launch your web browser. Read the “Terms and Conditions of Use” and select “Connect” for access. Our guest Wi-Fi connections are unrestricted and unencrypted for Internet-only use.
CHI St. Luke’s Health is committed to promoting a healthy healing environment for our patients, visitors, and community. To support this effort, all tobacco products are prohibited on our campuses, including sidewalks and parking lots. Electronic “e-cigarettes” also are prohibited.
CHI St. Luke’s Health offers communication aids for our disabled patients, including those who are who are deaf, hard of hearing or blind with the following (at no additional cost):
Qualified Sign Language Interpreters
Telecommunication devices (TTY/TDD)
Readers for the blind and large print materials for the visually impaired
If you require assistance, please inform the registrar or your nurse.
You also may find useful information at:
We want to empower you with valuable information to help you and your family make important healthcare decisions. With this tool, you'll be able to find the general price estimate of the procedure you plan to have. Keep in mind that procedure costs can vary and do not include costs charged by others outside the hospital who are involved in a patient’s procedure, such as physicians, radiologists, and anesthesiologists.