Services, specializations separate these New Braunfels area hospitals

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CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital – New Braunfels

600 N. Union Ave., New Braunfels

830.606.9111

www.christussantarosa.org/newbraunfels

• Trauma level: IV

• NICU level: II

• Total number of employees: 451

• Number of beds: 132

• Telemedicine offerings: Tele-neurology, tele-psychiatry
• Latest news: The hospital has been recognized as a primary stroke center of excellence, geriatric accredited emergency room, and accredited chest pain center with percutaneous coronary intervention and resuscitation center. It has also been designated as a primary resuscitation center by the Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Council.

Resolute Health Hospital

555 Creekside Crossing, New Braunfels

830-500-6900

www.resolutehealth.com

• Trauma level: Level IV

• NICU level: II

• Total number of employees: 505

• Number of beds: 110

• Telemedicine offerings: Resolute’s HealthLink outpatient rehabilitation program offers virtual visits for patients to receive rehab evaluation and care from the comfort of their home.

• Latest news: Leapfrog awarded the hospital with an “A” safety grade for the second year in a row.

REGIONAL


SAN MARCOS

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital – San Marcos


1301 Wonder World Drive, San Marcos

512.353.8979

www.christussantarosa.org/san-marcos

• Trauma level: IV

• NICU level: II

• Total number of employees: 506

• Number of beds: 170

• Telemedicine offerings: Tele-neurology

• Latest news: The hospital has earned several accolades, such as an “A” patient safety score from the Leapfrog Group, as well as being deemed an orthopedic center of excellence, accredited chest pain center with percutaneous coronary intervention and resuscitation center, and primary stroke center of excellence.


SEGUIN

Guadalupe Regional Medical Center

1215 E. Court St., Seguin

830-379-2411

www.grmedcenter.com

• Trauma level: IV

• NICU level: Level I nursery

• Total number of employees: 803

• Number of beds: 153

• Telemedicine offerings:

• Latest news: A new women’s imaging center offering comprehensive diagnostic services opened in February. Some of the services include stereotactic breast biopsies, high-resolution 3D breast imaging and ultrasound, pelvic studies, and bone density exams. In 2021, GRMC was received awards for Best Hospitals’ Women’s Choice Award for Obstetrics and Women’s Choice Award for Patient Safety.

LIVE OAK

Methodist Hospital | Northeast

12412 Judson Road, Live Oak

210-757-7000

www.sahealth.com

• Trauma level: IV

• NICU level: N/A

• Total number of employees: 923

• Number of beds: 207

• Telemedicine offerings: Yes

• Latest news: The emergency department has been expanded and two new floors with 60 private inpatient beds will also be added to the hospital.
By Warren Brown
Warren joined Community Impact at the beginning of 2020 as the editor of its New Braunfels paper and now reports the news in San Marcos, Buda and Kyle. Warren previously wrote for the Dallas Observer and Fort Worth Weekly and he brings a passion for truth and equality to his reporting.
By Lauren Canterberry
Lauren began covering New Braunfels for Community Impact Newspaper in 2019. Her reporting focuses on education, development, breaking news and community interest stories. Lauren is originally from South Carolina and is a graduate of the University of Georgia.


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