CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances is prepared to meet women’s health care needs throughout their lifespan. Our physicians, certified nurse mid-wives, nurse practitioners and clinic staff are dedicated to providing compassionate and quality health care and support services to the women of East Texas. Whether a woman comes in for a routine gynecological exam, is preparing to give birth, or needs treatment for a disorder, we offer an outstanding breadth of services and options with a special emphasis on preventive medicine, nutrition, breast cancer, osteoporosis, menopause and infectious disease.
Our Medical Services
- Diagnostic and Obstetric Ultrasounds
- Endometrial Ablation
- Menopause Management
- Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
- Robotic Surgery
- Labor and Delivery
- Well Women Check-Ups
Other related women’s services include:
For Our Patients
CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Health System includes CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospitals – Tyler, South Tyler, Jacksonville, Winnsboro and Sulphur Springs, the CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Louis and Peaches Owen Heart Hospital - Tyler, CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Rehabilitation Hospital affiliated with HealthSouth, Tyler ContinueCARE Hospital at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital, a long-term acute care facility, and CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic. CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic is the area's preferred multi-specialty medical group, with more than 400 Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers representing 36 specialties in 34 locations serving Northeast Texas across 41 counties.
The physicians and staff of CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic strive to offer our patients, convenient and high quality care and one of the ways we do this is by offering our patients online health services at MyChart, including:
- Online appointment scheduling
- Medical record access
- Medication renewals
Women and Beating Heart Bypass Surgery
Certainly heart disease is not solely a man's disease, nor should it be treated as one in terms of research, prevention, detection, or treatment. While American women and their physicians have unquestionably received a wake-up call when it comes to heart disease, new technology and women-centered research now show that surgical outcomes for women can be dramatically improved when surgeons and their female patients choose the "beating heart" option for bypass surgery.