COVID-19 Updates


The Woodlands Specialty Hospital will be working closely with the Houston and Montgomery County Services Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to respond to any potential coronavirus cases in our area. Our community is supported by a dedicated team of physicians, nurses, infection prevention experts and clinicians. Our team prepares and trains for these types of situations throughout the year and is ready to respond as this situation unfolds. Our team is supported by strong infection control policies, procedures, and has systems in place to screen and treat patients. We are committed to keeping our patients, our staff, and our community safe. For more information about the coronavirus, go to the CDC website.

Can I get tested for Coronavirus at The Woodlands Specialty Hospital?

If a patient presents at our hospital and meets Centers for Disease Control (CDC) criteria, we work with our local health department and if appropriate, gather a sample for testing and provide it to an appropriate laboratory. We follow CDC guidelines for identification and treatment of patients with suspected or confirmed cases of the coronavirus.

What is the cash cost of testing?
We will be charging $75.00 each for either the rapid antibody or the rapid antigen:
1.$75.00 – CPT 87635 COVID (PCR) nasopharyngeal
2.$75.00 – CPT 87426 COVID (antibody) rapid IgG/IgM nasopharyngeal

What do I do if I feel sick?

If you begin to feel ill or are experiencing mild symptoms, we encourage you to stay home from work or school and take additional efforts to prevent contact with others. Please contact your doctor or our local health department for advice. Only patients experiencing severe symptoms should contact 911 or be driven to the closest Emergency Department. If you are experiencing fever, cough, sore throat, aches, or shortness of breath please notify our Emergency Department prior to your arrival at 832-873-2136 prior to your arrival so that we can prepare to evaluate and treat you in a more efficient manner.

My loved one is at the hospital. Can I still visit?

Regretfully, we are not permitting visitors into the hospital in an effort to help minimize the spread of COVID-19. During this time we are enforcing social distancing throughout our facility. Please be sure to bring a charged cell phone with you to assist us with our remote communication process for your added safety

Thank you for taking the time to review this message so that we can continue to do our best to keep all members of our community safe during this difficult time.