Walker County
Hospital District

About Walker County Hospital District

The Walker County Hospital District of Walker County, Texas is a political subdivision of the State of Texas. The District was authorized by an Enabling Act by the Texas Legislature under Senate Bill No. 1020 of the 62nd Legislature on June 9, 1971. A five member Board of Managers conducts the business of the District.

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Walker County Facts

Walker County has an estimated population of 69,789 (2014 est). The county encompasses a total area of 802 square miles, and the county’s largest cities include Huntsville, New Waverly and Riverside. The county serves as home to Sam Houston State University, as well as the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, located in Huntsville. For additional facts on Walker County, please visit the county’s website:

Walker County History

Walker County is the home of General Sam Houston, hero of the Texas Revolution, governor of Texas, US Senator, and first president of the Republic of Texas. Walker County was a cradle of learning and education in early Texas. Sam Houston State University was founded in 1879. The County is also home to the second oldest newspaper in Texas, the Huntsville Item. For additional information on the history of Walker County, please visit: 

Huntsville Memorial Hospital

Huntsville Memorial Hospital, chartered in 1927, is a Joint Commission-accredited, not-for-profit acute care community hospital. The fourth-largest employer in Walker County, the hospital continues to set the standard for community-focused quality care. For additional information on the hospital, please visit the hospital’s website:

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About Walker County Hospital District

The Walker County Hospital District of Walker County, Texas is a political subdivision of the State of Texas. The District was authorized by an Enabling Act by the Texas Legislature under Senate Bill No. 1020 of the 62nd Legislature on June 9, 1971. A five member Board of Managers conducts the business of the District.

Walker County Facts

Walker County has an estimated population of 69,789 (2014 est). The county encompasses a total area of 802 square miles, and the county’s largest cities include Huntsville, New Waverly and Riverside. The county serves as home to Sam Houston State University, as well as the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, located in Huntsville. For additional facts on Walker County, please visit the county’s website:

Walker County History

Walker County is the home of General Sam Houston, hero of the Texas Revolution, governor of Texas, US Senator, and first president of the Republic of Texas. Walker County was a cradle of learning and education in early Texas. Sam Houston State University was founded in 1879. The County is also home to the second oldest newspaper in Texas, the Huntsville Item. For additional information on the history of Walker County, please visit: 

Huntsville Memorial Hospital

Huntsville Memorial Hospital, chartered in 1927, is a Joint Commission-accredited, not-for-profit acute care community hospital. The fourth-largest employer in Walker County, the hospital continues to set the standard for community-focused quality care. For additional information on the hospital, please visit the hospital’s website:

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Meeting Infomation

Agenda: March 27, 2019 Regular Meeting

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF MANAGERS OF THE WALKER COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT, WALKER COUNTY, TEXAS, WILL HOLD A REGULAR MEETING, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, ON WEDNESDAY, March 27, 2019 AT 6:00 P.M. @ HUNTSVILLE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 2ND FLOOR MEETING ROOM A...

Agenda: March 14, 2019 Special Meeting

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF MANAGERS OF THE WALKER COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT, WALKER COUNTY, TEXAS, WILL HOLD A SPECIAL MEETING, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, ON THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2019 BEGINNING AT 1:00 P.M. AT, WALKER COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT BUSINESS...