At Kelsey-Seybold’s Oct. 13 ribbon cutting for the new River Oaks Clinic, the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce (GHWCC) thanked Kelsey-Seybold for leading the way in providing high-quality, convenient medical care in Houston.
“We are so excited to have Kelsey-Seybold in this neighborhood,” said Beth Young, GHWCC board member and Vice President, Colliers International. “We are pleased and proud you’re one of our partners. You’re leading the way to improve healthcare and wellness in Greater Houston.”
Located in the Historic River Oaks Shopping Center, the high-traffic pedestrian area has people walking in to learn more about the providers and services offered, said Clinic Administrator Precious Knighton.
“All the patients love having something in this area,” Knighton said. “Many say they wish we had opened a clinic in this area years ago.”
The clinic offers primary care and Dermatology and Orthopedics specialty care with plans to include OB/GYN services by year’s end.
Anastasia Pasisis, P.A.-C., has had great feedback from patients as well. “Patients have been really happy because it’s close to where they live and work,” she said. “It’s a great commute for me, too, and such a beautiful area of town.”
Beth Young, a patient of Kelsey-Seybold for years, is switching her healthcare over to KelseyCare Advantage and is ready to spread the word about the River Oaks Clinic opening.
“I’m so impressed with Kelsey-Seybold in every way and can’t wait to tell more people you’re here,” Young said. “Kelsey-Seybold has such a good reputation, which is something everyone looks for in a healthcare provider. Additionally, the new clinic provides a one-stop shop for healthcare needs.”
After the ribbon cutting, the GHWCC representatives toured the beautiful 12,500 square-foot facility. Chamber members, Clinic leadership, and staff enjoyed refreshments and departed with goodie bags.
“Becoming partners with the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce was a huge step for Kelsey-Seybold because of the Chamber’s connection with the community,” said Cecilia Lowder, M.D., Managing Physician. “The Chamber empowers women to reach new heights in business and is a big part of the community,” Dr. Lowder said. “Their recognition means we’re a big part of this community, too.”