COVID Hotline

We value your health and safety and are doing everything we can to minimize the risk of spread of infectious disease throughout our community, including the coronavirus (COVID-19). If you are ill with fever or cough or shortness of breath and have had travel to any region that has known community spread of coronavirus or if you have any of the above symptoms and exposure to a person with confirmed or suspected COVID-19, call 1-800-458-4559 to be connected to our CHRISTUS COVID Hotline 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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Cancer Care

At the CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Cancer Care Institute, our specialized team of oncology nurses and staff are committed to providing quality and compassionate care, support and education to individuals and family members experiencing cancer.

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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.

Luke
While on vacation at 31 weeks pregnant, Luke’s mom, Katie, started having abdominal pain. Luke’s parents immediately rushed to the closest emergency room where Katie’s pain was first diagnosed as a gall stone, and the doctors suggested that the best course of treatment would be to remove it.
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