Memorial Hermann – Red Duke Trauma Institute -Texas Medical Center (124)


As one of the busiest trauma centers in the nation and the city’s longstanding market share leader, the Institute treats more than 14,000 adult and pediatric patients each year. With one of the busiest helipads in the world, we are also home to Memorial Hermann Life Flight®, which performs more than 3,000 missions annually.

From the awe-inspiring view of Life Flight® racing across the sky on yet another life-saving mission, to the incomparable father of trauma for our city, James “Red” Duke, Jr., we are a city of great promise and achievement. We are fortunate to have one of the finest trauma programs in the world.

However, it takes a monumental amount of resources, both private and public, to ensure our community has the level of care necessary for those who need it. In 2012—built on a foundation of long-term collaboration between the Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center Campus and McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UT Health), the Memorial Hermann Red Duke Trauma Institute was established.

The Institute brings together a nationally renowned team of clinicians, researchers, and educators with the latest in research and technology to deliver its mission to provide comprehensive, life-saving services to the residents of the Gulf Coast region.


At Memorial Hermann, we are proud to honor the legacy of Dr. Duke with our state-of-the-art Red Duke Trauma Institute. Here, we achieve high-quality, patient-centered outcomes by optimizing multidisciplinary care for injured patients. This requires expertise in the collaboration of multiple complementary services, such as:

  • The effective and efficient coordination of care with pre-hospital personnel
  • Rapid triage, resuscitation, and work-up of traumatically injured patients
  • Immediate source control for bleeding patients
  • Critical care of traumatically injured patients
  • Early rehabilitation

The Red Duke Trauma Institute provides high-quality care to both adult and pediatric patients and offers a full spectrum of services, including:

  • Trauma surgery
  • Trauma and neurocritical care
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Emergency general surgery
  • Emergency medicine
  • Neurology and neurosurgery
  • Oral maxillofacial, plastic and ENT surgery
  • Hand surgery and plastic reconstructive surgery
  • Burn care
  • Transfusion medicine
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • OB/GYN
  • Urology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Heart and vascular
  • Anesthesia
  • Radiology


TSN Coordinator

6411 Fannin
Houston, Texas, 77030

work: 7137046157

Upcoming Programs & Events

Memorial Hermann-TMC TSN Race to Rebuild

5/6/2023 • 9:00amRace to Rebuild supporting Trauma Survivors at Memorial Hermann-TMC. On the Rice University Loop meeting on May 6th at 9:00am at the Greenbriar Parking Lot.

Community Resources

Innovative Alternatives Trauma-focused individual and family counseling, victim support group, FREE victim services

The Montrose Center Trauma, LGBT, case management

Catholic Charities Various locations, individual, family, and couples counseling. Case management services.

UT Health Trauma and Resiliency Center The UTHealth Trauma and Resilience Center (TRC) is a multidisciplinary treatment, research, and education center devoted to helping people who are experiencing psychological problems in the aftermath of traumatic life experiences. We offer home-telemedicine, evidence-based, trauma-focused care for patients struggling with complex trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and trauma-related behavioral health conditions. Our team of expert clinicians and staff serve veterans and their families, first responders and their families, elder abuse and domestic violence survivors, and people impacted by disasters, severe accidents and other traumatic events directly in their homes via telemedicine on your computer, phone, tablet or other device. As part of the UT Physicians Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic, we were established to address these increasing needs, while improving accessibility to resources in our community. Informed by the latest advances in research and treatment, we are dedicated to helping patients overcome trauma, build resiliency and improve their quality of life. Phone: 713-486-2630 Fax: 713-486-2721 Email: [email protected]