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Welcome to VibraLife of Katy

VibraLife of Katy is a beautiful, state-of-the-art community offering a continuum of rehabilitation and senior living services.


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1222 Park West Green Dr.
Katy, TX 77493

Returning You to a Vibrant Life

Located in Katy, Texas, VibraLife is a beautiful, state-of-the-art community offering a continuum of rehabilitation and senior living services. VibraLife has been expertly designed to address the comprehensive care needs of both our short-term patients and our residents. It is our goal to return all those we serve to a vibrant life.

As VibraLife offers multiple care options in one community, our patients and residents benefit from the ability to seamlessly transition from one level of care to another if their medical and care needs should change. This helps to ensure that the appropriate level of care is delivered for each individual’s current needs and condition, providing a greater likelihood of a positive outcome. The VibraLife of Katy community features a skilled nursing rehabilitation center, a specialized high acuity unit, and a senior living community offering assisted living and respite care services.

VibraLife and Memorial Hermann

Memorial Hermann Health System (“MHHS”) has chosen VibraLife of Katy to be a member of its preferred post-acute provider network. With VibraLife of Katy’s medical services, and our association with MHHS, we are able to work closely together to improve coordination of care efforts, increase safety and efficiency, and share best practices. VibraLife is proud to join forces with Memorial Hermann in order to bring all of our patients and residents access to state-of-the-art medical practices and the finest physician specialists.

Elevating Patient Care


More than 100 Years of Combined Experience

Patient Success Stories

Justin Windsor

Just two weeks before his birthday, Justin Windsor admitted to VibraLife of Katy. Justin had been through a complicated hospitalization for sepsis that quickly progressed to respiratory failure. He required a ventilator to breathe and a PEG tube for nutrition. After four weeks in the hospital, Justin was so weak that just moving was a struggle.