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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Imaging & Radiology

At CHRISTUS Health, we connect you with radiologists, outpatient centers and physicians who can precisely calculate the amount of radiation employed, while offering a wide range of state-of-the-art technology designed to assist physicians in providing effective, convenient and quality medical care.

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COVID-19

CHRISTUS values the importance of collaboration and coordinated action for the identification and care of those patients exhibiting signs of the COVID-19. Which is why we continue to follow CDC interim guidelines and work non-stop, in partnership with local, state and federal government authorities. We are fortunate to be part of a local health care community committed to responding to the needs of these patients in the safest manner necessary.

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CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Dramatically Expands Telehealth Services and Online Screening Tool

CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic is drastically expanding telehealth services and online screening tools across Northeast Texas with the launch of secure video and telephone visits and an online COVID-19 screening tool.

Chest Pain Center Reaccreditation News

CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital - Atlanta Recognized for Excellence with ACC Chest Pain Center Accreditation

The American College of Cardiology has recognized CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital - Atlanta once again for its demonstrated expertise and commitment in treating patients with chest pain.

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Ward suddenly broke out in a cold sweat. He experienced mild chest discomfort and felt “a bit strange” but certainly didn’t believe he was about to have a myocardial infarction, better known as a heart attack.
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