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NICU

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital - Westover Hills is staffed 24/7 with board-certified neonatologists specializing in the care of premature infants or newborns who need extra medical care. Our Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit staff cares for a wide range of babies who need additional intervention, but typically don’t have life-threatening conditions.

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Canyon Lake Paramedic Austin Childers Selected as “Hero of the Quarter” by CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital – New Braunfels

New Braunfels is pleased to announce our first “Hero of the Quarter” of 2021. This recognition will go to a local member of law enforcement, the fire department or EMS who exhibits extraordinary compassion, lifesaving measures and dedication to improving health care in our community. After receiving several nominations from the public, Canyon Lake Fire Department paramedic Austin Childers was the recipient of this “Hero of the Quarter” award.

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Regional Emergency Health Care Leaders Visit Newly Accredited Resuscitation Center at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital – New Braunfels

Key members of the Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Council (STRAC) recently toured the newly accredited Resuscitation Center at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital- New Braunfels. This past fall, The American College of Cardiology (ACC) awarded the hospital with accreditation as a Resuscitation Center based on rigorous onsite evaluation of the staff’s ability to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients who may be experiencing a heart attack.

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CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital – Westover Hills Offers First-of-Its-Kind Treatment for Heart Disease

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital – Westover Hills has announced a new treatment option for patients with severely calcified coronary artery disease living in San Antonio. The new technology is a novel application of lithotripsy, an approach that uses sonic pressure waves to safely break up kidney stones. It is now available to treat problematic calcium in the coronary arteries that can reduce blood flow in the heart.

Crystal-Anderson
Having a stroke was the furthest thing from Crystal's mind as she worked her shift at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital - Westover Hills last fall. As a registered nurse, Crystal is more accustomed to providing emergency care than receiving it. She was quickly thrust into the patient role, however, when a two-day headache escalated into other stroke-related symptoms.
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