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(281) 325-4100 tel
(281) 325-4271 fax
14023 Southwest Freeway
Sugar Land, TX 77478
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8:00am - 7:00pm
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Memorial Hermann Medical Group Sugar Creek Primary Care provides compassionate, comprehensive medical care to the Sugar Land community and its surrounding areas through a variety of specialties including family medicine, sports medicine and occupational medicine. Physicians at Sugar Creek delivers high quality, personalized patient care, from wellness and prevention to acute and chronic disease management. Some of the services offered include annual wellness exams, immunizations, diabetes care and treatment for conditions like cough and colds.
The physicians at Sugar Creek Primary Care take their time to listen to each patient’s concerns and collaborate with them to help determine the right treatment plan. In addition, because immediate access to medical care is important, Sugar Creek Primary Care also offers convenient urgent care hours, on evenings and Saturdays.
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Hotline: (281) 325-4111
Monday-Thursday: 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Friday: 5:00PM - 9:00PM
Saturday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
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Drs. Heather Hamilton and Benedict Ifedi, both chief residents at Memorial Hermann’s Memorial Family Medicine Residency at Physicians at Sugar Creek, are the embodiment of a new breed of primary care physician who believe impacting the health of their patients beyond the hospital walls is as essential as what they do inside the hospital. Read more via FortBend.com »
Instead of just advising their patients, Dr. Heather Hamilton and Dr. Benedict Ifedi, Chief Residents at Memorial Hermann’s Memorial Family Medicine Residency and Physicians at Sugar Creek, put on their sneakers and joined them for an hour-long walk on Tuesday afternoon.Read more via KHOU.com »