|By PR Newswire||
|August 7, 2014 06:00 PM EDT||
HOUSTON, Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Anthony Echo, MD and Tue Dinh, MD, plastic and reconstructive surgeons, celebrated their new office location of the Houston Methodist Institute for Reconstructive Surgery at Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital with an open house and ribbon cutting on Thursday, July 31. The event was open to the public and featured tours of the clinic, a meet-and-greet with the physicians and clinic staff, refreshments, and free skin care product samples. The ribbon cutting was hosted by the Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce and was led by Paula Harvey, Chamber Vice President.
Beryl Ramsey, CEO of Houston Methodist Willowbrook and senior vice president of Houston Methodist, welcomed guests and introduced the clinic team. "We are excited to have Dr. Echo and Dr. Dinh in this convenient location on our hospital campus, offering a wide range of plastic surgery services as well as significant expertise in treating complex peripheral nerve problems," said Ramsey. "As part of the Houston Methodist Institute for Reconstructive Surgery, these physicians offer cutting edge treatments right here in the Northwest Houston community."
Dr. Echo and Dr. Dinh are dedicated to restoring form and function for a wide range of plastic surgery services, including breast restoration, cosmetic surgery, body contour restoration, craniomaxillofacial reconstruction, and lower extremity restoration. The team also has expertise treating complex peripheral nerve problems of the upper and lower extremity, as well as the head and neck, through nerve compression, nerve reconstruction, nerve grafting, neuroma excision, and nerve transfers. In addition to these services, Dr. Echo is one of just a handful of surgeons who perform a breakthrough surgery for migraine headaches.
The new office location is at 13300 Hargrave, Suite 450, which is adjacent to the hospital campus. For more information or to make an appointment with Dr. Echo or Dr. Dinh, call 281.737.4560.
For more information on Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital, visit www.houstonmethodist.org/willowbrook.
About Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital
Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital is a not-for-profit, faith-based hospital, which is part of Houston Methodist. The facility opened on December 18, 2000. The campus has expanded in Northwest Houston to serve the comprehensive health care needs of the community.
Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital has been named a Magnet recognized health care facility by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®.
Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital has received its chest pain and stroke accreditations, performs complex surgeries such as neurosurgery and open heart, and focuses on women and children in its new Women's & Children's Pavilion. Utilizing the latest research and state-of-the-art technology, Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine has become the leader in orthopedic care in Northwest Houston. For more information on the comprehensive services available on the Houston Methodist Willowbrook campus, please visit houstonmethodist.org/willowbrook. To find a physician, call 281.737.2500.
SOURCE Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital
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