Kelsey-Seybold to build 5-story clinic in Memorial area

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Kelsey-Seybold Clinic plans to develop a five-story clinic in the city of Spring Valley Village as part of its growth across the Houston area.

The clinic, at 1001 Campbell Road on the northwest corner of the Katy Freeway, will serve the Memorial and Spring Branch areas. It will be the third largest among a network of 26 clinics behind the Berthelsen Main Campus and Spring locations.

The 125,000-square-foot clinic will house up to 50 health care providers, an ambulatory surgery center, imaging center, laboratory services and Kelsey Pharmacy.

“Over the next three years, Kelsey-Seybold will undergo a system-wide transformation to connect with more patients at more locations throughout the Houston-Galveston region,” Dr. Tony Lin, Kelsey-Seybold’s chairman, said in an announcement. “Our Memorial Villages clinic is a high-visibility project, not only because of its location, but also because this site will act as a ‘hub’ where patients can access primary and specialty care, as well as an expansion of vital ambulatory surgery services and robust diagnostic services.”

Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – Memorial Village will serve as a specialty hub for clinics in Tanglewood, River Oaks, Memorial City and others under development. It is the fifth project to be announced in 2021.

The project is being developed by CBK Interests and Saber Street, according to Kelsey-Seybold. The land and the building will owned by CBK SS Wellington MOB LLC, a joint venture partnership of investors sponsored by CBK Interests, Saber Street and Wellington Development Co.

Kirksey is the architecture firm and Tellepsen has been named the general contractor. Opening is planned in August of 2022.

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