About CHRISTUS St. Michael

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100 Years of Healing

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At CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System, our mission is to “extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ,” by providing quality, compassionate care to all. Established in 1916 by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word as a Catholic, non-profit hospital, we offer a full scope of expansive health care services including women’s health, emergency services, senior health, cancer care, heart care, surgery, imaging, rehabilitation, and much more.

We strive to provide continuous, compassionate care for our patients and their families, always looking for ways to incorporate the latest best practices and new technology into our services. This is demonstrated through our accreditation by The Joint Commission, recognition as a NICHE hospital, our affiliation with the Cleveland Clinic, and numerous awards and recognitions.

We are honored to serve the four-states region of Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana through our two primary campuses in Texarkana and Atlanta. We know you have a choice when it comes to choosing quality health care for your family.
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Chad

I want to let everybody know that they should never underestimate the power of prayer. The human spirit is a powerful thing, and life is what you make it.

Chad

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Contact Us

We are committed to excellence in quality of care and operational outcomes, and has established a confidential tool for addressing problems or concerns.

Foundation

For over 100 years, charitable support from the community has made an incredible impact on both CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital and local families.

History

It was a late summer evening in 1916 when Phillip Brooks found his way into a boiler room of a building in Texarkana. As a transient, he had no job, no money, no ties to the community.

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Volunteer

Our volunteers support our health care ministry through their service in areas such as the Gift Shop, information desks, family waiting areas, and cancer care support.