Hours & Locations
Trinity Mother Frances - HealthPark Plaza
Patient & Visitor Information
If you cannot come alone to your appointment, please bring no more than 1 essential visitor with you.
We are committed to ensuring our facilities are a safe place to receive care. That is why all of our Associates and clinicians will remain masked while providing care to patients and in patients’ rooms. We recommend patients and visitors wear a mask while in our facilities, too.
Most major insurance plans and Medicare are accepted. However, it is the responsibility of each patient to check with your individual insurance to confirm that our clinic is within your plan's network.
For life threatening emergencies, please call 911.
If you do not believe your after hour issue constitutes an emergency, please call our office and the answering service will get in touch with the on-call physician. On-call physicians are available to help out in possible emergencies. Please do not call the after hours line for medication refills, appointment scheduling or test/lab results.
When you login into your MyCHRISTUS account, you can schedule a visit to come into our office to see your Primary Care Clinician face-to-face or schedule a virtual visit. Either way, your clinician is here to make sure there is never an interruption in care. MyCHRISTUS allows you to access your health records, view test results, manage billing, request prescription refills, ask questions, and set appointments with the click of a button. Parents can also access their children’s records via MyCHRISTUS. MyCHRISTUS is password-protected and delivered via an encrypted connection, ensuring it is safe from unauthorized access.
Finding the right provider to provide the care you need as a new patient can seem like a daunting task. We understand and are here to help you choose the provider that fits you and the method of care that works best for you. Whether it is coming into our office or scheduling a virtual visit, we are here to provide seamless care for you and your entire family.
Services & Treatments
A cataract reduces quality of vision due to the "clouding up" of the eye's lens. Normally, light passes through the eye's lens and pupil, hitting the retina at the back of the eye. But, when the lens becomes cloudy, the image that reaches the retina is dull and blurred, which results in poor vision.