In 1992, Nexus Health Systems embarked on a mission to create specialized healthcare environments where patients could receive treatment and rehabilitation specific to their needs. The company, which is privately owned and headquartered in Houston, Texas, has continued to build upon a tradition of excellence as it strives to provide each individual with dignity, respect and compassion.
Nexus Health Systems provides medical services in the residential and medical specialty fields. We provide post-acute, transitional and vocational rehabilitation services to individuals who suffer from traumatic brain injuries. Nexus also provides post-acute medical care and rehabilitation services to children and adults who are medically complex, technology dependent, and/or catastrophically impaired.
Nexus has continued to build or expand facilities in order to meet patient demand and operates three freestanding specialty hospitals and a residential rehabilitation campus.
HealthBridge Children's Hospital in Orange, CA was established in 1998 as an acute specialty hospital. HealthBridge is licensed to provide acute and sub-acute pediatric care. In 2000, the hospital moved to its current location.
HealthBridge Children's Hospital in Houston, TX is a pediatric specialty hospital that opened in 1999. Its focus is the provision of step-down ICU and rehabilitative care to technologically dependent medically fragile children from birth to age 21.
Nexus Specialty Hospital was established in 1995 in The Woodlands, TX. In 2005 the facility expanded its capacity with the addition of a 54-bed campus in Shenandoah, TX. Nexus Specialty Hospital, provides medical and rehabilitative care for adults with medically complex needs resulting from acute illness, exacerbation of chronic disease processes or injury.
Touchstone Neurorecovery Center, located in Conroe, TX has offered neurobehavioral rehabilitation programs ranging from short-term to life-care needs since 1992. Touchstone provides practical treatment designed to meet the behavioral, vocational and community re-entry needs of residents with brain and other neurological injuries. The campus underwent a major expansion and renovation in 2014 to add a state of the art rehabilitation center and 16 bed residential home.