COVID-19 Response

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa is fully equipped to provide safe, quality care to our communities. Learn More

CHRISTUS Virtual Medicine

Video and telephone visits are now available. A convenient way to meet with your provider from anywhere, including the comfort of your own home.
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Now offering a new screening tool - Antibodies Test for COVID-19

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Diabetes Care

The Diabetes Programs at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Medical Center we focus on self-management education for people with diabetes who are at high risk for complications.  Individual appointments are available to assist patients to manage their diabetes effectively. Our team will assess patient needs and develop a comprehensive management plan. Group classes are offered each month for participants to receive instruction and direction from a team of dedicated diabetes professionals. The educational services program is ADA recognized and regularly receives commendations from community members who successfully manage their diabetes.

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COVID-19: CHRISTUS Santa Rosa 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.

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CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System and The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio to Resume Elective Procedures and Surgeries

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System and The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio are preparing to resume elective procedures and surgeries on April 22, consistent with the provisions of the Governor Greg Abbott’s original order on April 17.

Antibodies test kit News

CHRISTUS Health Offers ‘Game Changer’ Antibodies Test for COVID-19

 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.

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