COVID-19 Response

CHRISTUS Good Shepherd is fully equipped to provide safe, quality care to our communities. Learn More

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Now offering a new screening tool - Antibodies Test for COVID-19

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At every hour, any day of the week, the Neonatal Intensive Care Units at CHRISTUS Health provide the highest level of specialized care for premature and critically ill infants.  Our board-certified neonatologists specialize in caring for your baby who need extra medical care. 

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COVID-19: CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Health System Information and Updates

CHRISTUS Health announced today it is now offering a new screening tool to some patients, as well as doctors, nurses and other CHRISTUS Associates on the frontlines to learn who has been infected with COVID-19—AND—who might now carry protective antibodies.

Susan Ward News

CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Medical Health System Foundation Boards Name New Executive Director of Development

CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Health System and the members of the Longview and Marshall Foundation Boards are pleased to announce Susan Ward has accepted the role of Executive Director of Development for the CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Foundations in Longview and Marshall.


CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Medical Center - Longview Achieves 59% Decrease in Door-to-Needle Time with Innovative Telemedicine Platform

Pulsara, the leading telemedicine communication platform that connects teams across organizations, announced today the publication of a case study featuring CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Medical Center - Longview, a Joint Commission-certified primary stroke center in Longview, and part of the CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Health System.

I have fought obesity and self-confidence since I was 16. I’ve lost weight many times, but would rapidly gain it back. Before my gastric sleeve surgery, my back and knees hurt, and I felt physically tired all the time. I felt uncomfortable in my clothes. I felt uncomfortable in my own skin, and I had to do something. 
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