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H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
H-Town Day:  Dr. John Kajander
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H-Town Day: Dr. John Kajander

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The H-Town Day presentation on the Texas Medical Center by Dr. John Kajander, Senior Vice President of the Texas Medical Center.

The H-Town Day presentation on the Texas Medical Center by Dr. John Kajander, Senior Vice President of the Texas Medical Center.

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  • 1. Welcome to H-Town! Home of the H-TOWN DAY 2011 The Houston Association of Realtors October 20, 2011
  • 2. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Giants In Vision ■ Houston Business Monroe Dunaway Anderson creates a business legacy based on cotton trading thanks to Houston’s new found leadership as a trading/shipping center (Anderson Clayton Company)
  • 3. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Giants In Vision M.D. Anderson creates the MD Anderson Foundation for the betterment of mankind (1936) on his death in 1939, the foundation is funded to approximately $19 million (valued at $293 million in 2010) M.D. Anderson Foundation: ■ Morris D. Anderson ■ Colonel William Bates (Fulbright & Jaworski) ■ John H. Freeman (General Counsel of Anderson Clayton—Fulbright & Jaworski) ■ Horace Wilkins (Banker) Texas Medical Center Chartered in 1945 ■ Ernst William Bertner, M.D.—First Texas Medical Center President
  • 4. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Houston in the 1940’s ■ 1940’s Houston had shortage of board certified MD’s, acute shortage of hospital beds and no medical schools for a population of 450,000
  • 5. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Partnering with the State ■ 1942: M.D. Anderson Foundation provides a $500,000 gift to the State of Texas to establish the M.D. Anderson Cancer Hospital and Tumor Institute in Houston ■ M.D Anderson Cancer Hospital and Tumor Institute finds its first home converting the residence of James A. Baker
  • 6. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making City of Houston Steps Forward ■ 1943: City of Houston passes referendum creating the Texas Medical Center providing 134 acres next to the Hermann Hospital to develop a “city of health” ■ 1945: Texas Medical Center is officially chartered on October 8 and filed with the State of Texas on November 1. First board meeting is held at the Houston Club
  • 7. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Dallas’s Loss = Houston’s Gain ■ 1943: Baylor College of Medicine relocates from Dallas to Houston. M.D. Anderson Foundation provides a $1 million contribution to the school plus $1 million for faculty and research (to be paid over a 10-year period). Houston Chamber of Commerce provides $500 thousand. ■ Baylor College of Medicine finds its first home in a Sears warehouse at the intersection of Alan Parkway and South Shepherd drive
  • 8. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Visions Become Reality ■ By 1954, the Texas Medical Center had eleven institutions: four hospitals; two children's hospitals; a university; a library; a speech and hearing center; a dental school; and an overall planning and coordinating group. Baylor College of Medicine under construction, 1946
  • 9.  The largest concentration of medical assets in the world  Hosts more than 6.0 million patient visits annually  1,000+ Acres  49 Member Institutions, all “not for profit”  93,500 Employees  $1.8b Research funding  20,000 MD, PhD researchers & advanced degree professionals  71,500 Students, including 5,600 international students  6,800 Hospital beds  16,000+ International patients annually  3000 Ongoing clinical trials Facts and Figures (2011)
  • 10. Of the 49 Member Institutions  21 Academic institutions  16 Hospitals  3 Medical schools  3 Public health organizations  1 Dental school  6 Nursing schools  2 Schools of pharmacy  25 Agencies of government
  • 11. Campuses Main Campus  Historic core of Texas Medical Center Main Street Corridor An important bridge between TMC and Rice University Mid Campus  Brings together emerging large land development areas South Campus  The University of Texas campus dedicated to patient care, research, education and administration/parking W. Leland Anderson Campus  High school for health professions, a psychiatric center and child-care center Rice University Campus  Unprecedented opportunity to expand teaching and research initiatives
  • 12. Additional Campuses ■ West Campus ■ University of Houston ■ UT-Health Galveston (UTMB Galveston)
  • 13. Commercial Office Space* Commercial Office Space*Market Market *National Office Statistics. Excludes small retail buildings, residences, government buildings, parking and lodging facilities. Comparison of Business Districts Gross Sq. Ft. Texas Medical Center (Current & Projected 2014) to Downtown Business Districts (4Q2010) New York City, NY 392,720,662 Chicago, IL 121,349,638 Washington, DC 103,954,190 Boston, MA 60,042,762 Texas Medical Center (Ultimate Capacity) 59,000,000 San Francisco, CA 49,158,053 Philadelphia, PA 43,716,633 Seattle, WA 40,844,074 Texas Medical Center (Projected YE-2014) 37,835,094 Orange County, CA 36,474,420 Houston, TX 36,039,828 Texas Medical Center (July -2011) 35,851,950 Minneapolis, MN 35,036,521 Cleveland, OH 34,631,662 Texas Medical Center (YE -2010) 34,219,427 Dallas, TX 28,580,098 Los Angeles, CA 28,480,147 Denver, CO 26,739,949 Detroit, MI 25,055,535 Pittsburgh, PA 21,869,112 Portland, OR 20,908,824 Phoenix, AZ 16,471,976 Atlanta, GA 15,463,139 Baltimore, MD 13,835,403 Miami, FL 13,683,468 Oakland, CA 13,032,426 St. Louis, MO 12,987,327 Cincinnati, OH 12,555,791 Kansas City, MO 12,516,477 Fort Worth, TX 11,636,934 San Diego, CA 11,087,949 Indianapolis, IN 10,779,774 Milwaukee, WI 10,649,210 Buffalo, NY 10,379,834 Columbus, OH 9,908,630 Austin, TX 8,561,401 Bellevue, WA 8,159,725 Hartford, CT 7,976,010 Tulsa, OK 7,812,870 Jacksonville, FL 7,578,119 Nashville, TN 7,568,727 Orlando, FL 7,519,184 Salt Lake City, UT 7,174,194 Syracuse, NY 6,984,779 Silicon Valley, CA 6,956,526 Fairfield County, CT 6,832,948 Oklahoma City, OK 6,543,020 Tampa, FL 6,374,743 Westchester County, NY 6,307,675 Rochester, NY 6,234,178 San Antonio, TX 5,398,502 Birmingham, AL 5,165,764
  • 14. The Loop Chicago, Illinois Texas Medical Center Houston, Texas Lower Manhattan New York, New York * All maps are to the same scale TMC Compared to Chicago and Lower Manhattan
  • 15.  According to an updated economic impact study conducted by the Southwest Business Research Institute, Texas Medical Center:  Generates $1.44 in government revenues for each $1 in pro rated government costs  93,500 direct employment, 121,500 indirect jobs  Direct Expenditures by TMC Institutions greater than $5.7 billion  Secondary Expenditures: more than $8.1 billion (all institutional expenditures, not personal income related) Economic Impact
  • 16.  20,000 MD’s, Ph.D.s and Researchers represents the largest concentration of scientific intellectual capital in the world  Generating an average of 15 new start up businesses a year.  190 Companies in the Life Science arena  Averaging a new discovery every other day New Business Incubator
  • 17. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Giants In Patient Care ■ Cardiovascular Surgery
  • 18. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Giants In Patient Care ■Polio ■Rehabilitation
  • 19. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Giants In Patient Care ■Pediatrics ■Trauma
  • 20. A Historical Journey The Texas Medical Center in the Making Giants In Research ■ Nobel Prize Winners ■Oncology ■Nanotechnology ■Genomics ■Molecular Medicine ■Pediatric Neuroscience ■Cardiovascular Medicine
  • 21.  Population growth of 2 million estimated between 2011 and 2025  1 million in the city  1 million in surrounding communities  Baby boom generation becoming the “Geritol generation”  Increasing need for medical services The Greater Houston Community is Changing
  • 22. ■10 Stakeholders/Landowners Collaborating in Joint Effort ■ Mid Campus will be the “heart” of the Texas Medical Center Campuses ■ Capitalize on success of main campus and avoid some of the challenges Creation of Mid and South Campus Conceptual Development Plan
  • 23. Building Placement and Campus Density
  • 24. Street Hierarchy
  • 25. Transit
  • 26. Ultimate Buildout Potential Artist rendering of the ultimate buildout potential of the Texas Medical Center Mid and South Campus, view looking south from the Main Campus (for illustrative purposes only)
  • 27.  Relative health of Houston economy enhancing ability to attract top notch researchers  Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT)  Bio-Engineering growth Future Growth Opportunities
  • 28. More than 100 new research hires in past year
  • 29.  What started out as a dream is now a stunning reality. Houston has a “city of medicine” unmatched in the world  TMC is now a major business district where planning, infrastructure, transportation and other issues have increased importance  Health care is not just an expense on the income statement and balance sheet of a corporation, it is a significant economic engine for the community  Quality Health Care Services are a huge satisfier and differentiator for a community for enhanced quality of life  TMC concentrates intellectual capital that becomes fertile ground for growth in a number high growth industries, (e.g.: bio tech, nano-technology, genomics, etc.) Summary thoughts on Texas Medical Center & its Growth

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