Texas Medical Center Incubates and Houses Israeli Health Ventures

Jul 15, 2019 | Israel, Start up Nation Central, Start-up, Texas Medical Center

Texas Medical Center

The Texas Medical Center in Houston, the world’s largest complex of providers in one metropolitan area, has partnered with Israel’s Start up Nation Central to incubate innovative new medical technologies for recent graduates of GiantLeap and DosentRX.  With 56 member institutions, including MD Anderson, the world’s leading cancer hospital, and the world’s largest pediatric hospital, the TMC includes 50 million developed square feet of building space, 9,200 hospital beds, 10 million annual patient visits and 125,000 employees.

Forbes’ Amir Mizroch recently wrote about the massive Texas Medical Center and its collaboration with Israel’s Start up Nation Central, a dynamic situation where overwhelming size, scale and magnitude meet targeted ingenuity in a fascinating collaboration on the ground in Houston, Texas.  Follow the link to the source for more details.

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