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Stroke Care

We have successfully treated strokes by allowing blood to flow through previously blocked vessels using state-of-the-art devices that remove the clot and decrease the disabilities caused by stroke in 89.6% of our patients (TICI-post treatment reperfusion grade). In addition, approximately 50% of our patients treated with tPA (clot busting medicine) or Mechanical Embolectomy (clot retrieval) return to a functionally independent standard of living within three months of discharge.

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CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Building Emergency Care Center, Clinic Expansion in Athens

24-hour emergency care will soon be available in Athens from CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Health System with the construction of a new Emergency Care Center set to begin later this year.

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CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital - Tyler Receives Level III Maternal Level of Care Designation

Expectant mothers across Northeast Texas will have peace of mind knowing they receive high-quality, faith-based care at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital - Tyler which has been designated as Tyler’s first Level III (Subspecialty Care) Maternal Facility by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

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CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic and Tyler ISD to Hold COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for Teachers, Staff, Students, Families

CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic is partnering with the Tyler Independent School District to provide free COVID-19 vaccinations for all Tyler ISD teachers and staff, as well as Tyler ISD students and their families this Saturday.

Micah Read
During his combined 94-day stay in the Level III NICU at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital, plus an additional 11 day stay at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, Micah’s care was coordinated by a team of specialists, and led by neonatologist, Dr. Brenda Morris, medical director of the NICU.
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