At CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Health System, we understand the impact of social distancing and importance of limiting your risk of exposure to COVID-19. However, the public should be confident in continuing to seek the care they need, especially in the case of an emergency.
Our Emergency Department in Sulphur Springs is here to safely provide care for life-threatening illness and injury. We urge you: please do not ignore symptoms of stroke, heart attack, issues with diabetes, COPD and other urgent health conditions. Also, please seek immediate care for the emergency warning symptoms of COVID-19 such as trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in chest, new confusion, or bluish lips or face.
We want to be perfectly clear – CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances remains a safe place for all to receive quality care. Go to the Emergency Department or call 9-1-1 if you are urgently ill. While COVID-19 is new, our processes and procedures in place for infection prevention and preventing the spread of illness are not. To learn more about COVID-19, go to ChristusTMF.org or www.cdc.gov.
For the safety and health of the community and our ministry, CHRISTUS Health is screening all associates and visitorsto our hospitals to help lessen the risk of infectious disease transmission among our patients, associates, and guests.
- (1) Entrance to hospital through Emergency Department 24/7
- (1) Visitor per patient
- Visitors must be between the ages of 16 years-old and 65-years old
- All visitors are screened at the door, including a temperature taken
- All associates are screened at each shift, including a temperature taken
- Visiting hours are 7am to 7pm (subject to change)
- ALL hospital visitors are required to wear a mask. Visitors should bring their own mask; homemade cloth masks are acceptable.
3-D Mammography: Now Scheduling
We are excited to announce the soft opening of our Ruth & Jack Gillis Women’s Center at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs. Using our new Hologic Genius 3D Mammography with biopsy equipment purchased with funds raised by the Hopkins County Healthcare Foundation, we are now performing 3-D mammograms right here in Sulphur Springs. There are plans to host a grand opening of the new addition very soon. For more information, call 903.439.4325.
CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Urgent Care, located at 1339 S. Broadway St. in Sulphur Springs, is now OPEN. The Urgent Care hours will be Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 2pm. The phone number to reach Urgent Care is 903.951.1001.
Our highly trained team offers some of the latest treatment options for patients with wide range of complex gastrointestinal disorders, including screening, diagnosis, and advanced treatments. Have you scheduled your colon cancer screening? By the time people have symptoms of colon cancer, their chances of survival may be reduced; if detected early, this cancer is highly curable. Our facility has all of the measures in place to provide a safe place to receive your screening procedures. Reach us today to schedule your appointment with Dr. Mena Milad, or Chimdi Mfebe, FNP by calling 903-885-1770.
CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic, in conjunction with CHRISTUS Sports Medicine program is providing sports physicals for all school athletes from any school district. The physicals are available at the CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic in Sulphur Springs Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. The cost is $25 and appointments may be made by calling 903.885.3181.
We want to reassure our patients that CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic and CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital continue to be a safe place to receive your care, and we encourage you to follow up with your regular healthcare needs. For any reason you cannot come into the clinic, or do not feel comfortable, virtual visits and telephone visits are available. Please contact your provider to discuss all of the many options for accessing care.
Article by Holly Ragan, Christus-Sulphur Springs Mother Frances, Senior Market Development