About

Good Shepherd Medical Center in Longview is a not-for-profit, full service, acute-care, 425-bed regional referral center.  As one of the region’s top Level III Trauma Center and home to the region’s first Level III NICU, it serves a vital role in the health of all the residents it serves. Good Shepherd Medical Center Longview also is:

  • A certified Primary Stroke Center with 24 hour neurosurgery coverage
  • Longview’s only Center for Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • A Breast Center of Excellence
  • An accredited Chest Pain Center with 24/7 Cardiac Cath Lab availability

Good Shepherd has received recognition and accolades from independent rating companies like Healthgrades, CareChex and Texas Medical Foundation for providing high quality outcomes to patients.

 

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Awards and Designations

Good Shepherd Medical Center Longview has earned national recognition for its quality services from multiple sources.

History of Longview

Innovation, dedication and continuing community support have propelled Good Shepherd Medical Center Longview to the forefront of health care delivery in East Texas. From its beginning in 1935 as the 47-bed Gregg Memorial Hospital to its present position as a licensed 425-bed regional referral center for specialized care, everyone at Good Shepherd Medical Center Longview strives to give our best to every patient.

News

See the latest and previous news stories at CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Health System