About St Luke’s Sugar Land Hospital

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About CHI St. Luke's Health–Sugar Land Hospital

CHI St. Luke's Health–Sugar Land Hospital offers the latest technology and treatments for residents of Fort Bend County and Southwest Houston. The Facility offers different services range from heart care and neuroscience to robotic surgeryThe Hospital recently opened Family Birthing Center offers incomparable care and amenities in a spa-like environment to provide a VIP—Very Important Pregnancy—experience.

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1317 Lake Pointe Pkwy, Sugar Land, TX 77478, USA

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5 STARS! The only reason this review has 5 stars is for Nurse Kimberly and Nurse Shelby with Labor and Delivery. I went into the hospital for my first C-Section and Shelby was amazing. She stayed on top of my process while she was working and made sure I got everything I needed before she left her shift. Nurse Shelby pretty much made something so scary and chaotic look easy and smooth.Night shift- Nurse Kimberly went above and beyond to help with my recovery and my newborn. Although some nurses had failed to do their job with my pain medication Nurse Kimberley wheels were turning on how to get me comfortable and back on track with a healthy recovery. I could not have made it through the night without her. She took the time to help with nursing my new born. She gave us great ideas on supplementing his nursing since he wouldn’t stay latched for long. SHE WAS SIMPLY AMAZING. Kim and Shelby THANK YOU. It’s nurses like you that love what you do and your patients can feel it. Don’t stop there keep going and keep up the good work. You two ladies are a gift from God. Thank you. Always,Mason’s Mom.

Great service. I had no wait for my procedure. The people were very polite, helpful and the Upper GI went well. Also, after I had lunch in the cafeteria and the food was very good and priced well.

I have had nothing but an exceptional experience with all staff at this hospital. Came in with chest pains and ER doctor and nurses as well as intake clerk were great. No waiting. After being admitted to floor 5 the entire staff led by Nurse Beth have been exceptional as well as Dr. Alam, Stanley and others in the cardiac cath department. All friendly and professional

I had my port installed and removed here for chemotherapy and I thought the hospital was very nice and clean much better than the hospital in my home town. Anytime you make a 130 mile drive for a hospital you have certain expectations for quality cleanliness and professionalism. In my book St.Lukes has met these. Ps my mom a nurse of 24 years is always very Judge mental of hospitals and rightfully so especially when they’re performing a procedure on her only son she was very impressed with the cleanliness and the nurses to patient ratio.

I had to rate a one to write something. I am super upset of the doctor's lack of confidentiality. He comes in with some young intern or whatever she is. She sushed me twice the day before. She should have sushed the doctor while on the 4th floor revealing my family's personal medical business in front of the guess. I was in the room, and I asked the guess to step out so that they could talk in private. Common sense would let him know it should be confidential. He finishes, steps outside, and tells me everything he told the patient in front of the guess. Where is the HIP law? I did let him know. I wish I had the opportunity to tell the young women in her white coat that next time she needs to sush him before disclosing private info.




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