CHRISTUS values the importance of collaboration & coordinated action for the identification & care of those patients exhibiting signs of the COVID-19. Which is why we continue to follow CDC interim guidelines & work, in partnership with local, state & federal government authorities. 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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Stroke Care

Our expanded stroke care program goes beyond the use of tPA (tissue plasminogen activator), an enzyme used by physicians to speed up the dissolving of a blood clot in a patient, which has been in place at our medical center for many years. Through the use of Telemedicine, we have the ability to engage in an immediate consult with an interventional neurologist.

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Patient and Visitor FAQs

Our goal is to ensure CHRISTUS Santa Rosa-Medical Center continues to be a safe place to receive care. We are following new visitor guidelines and want you to be aware of these important changes. 

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CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital Medical Center Achieves Top Recognition for Geriatric Care

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Medical Center (CSRH –MC), in collaboration with UT Medicine Senior Health, has achieved its highest recognition for its service to patients 65 and older. This “exemplar” designation comes through the program Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders, or NICHE. CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital – Medical Center is the only hospital within the State of Texas to hold the NICHE “exemplar” designation, and it is the only site of the Acute Care of Elders (ACE) Program that has been in effect since 2010.

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Retired Firefighter kidney

An organ recipient is celebrating the anniversary of the kidney transplant that saved his life! Jay Williams, a retired San Antonio firefighter, spoke of the generosity of his family friend who donated a kidney, giving him the gift of life.

 

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When 30-year-old Kimberly Waddy began experiencing pain in her hip, she visited her primary care physician to investigate the cause. She never thought she’d need a total hip replacement.
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