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Weekly CHRISTUS Mother Frances-Sulphur Springs Report for December 4th, 2020 by Holly Ragan

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Flu Shots:  It is not too late…

Flu shots are available at CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic, 105 Medical Plaza.  We welcome walk-ins or by appointment; to schedule call 903.885.3181.

Hospital Visitation

For the safety and health of the community and our ministry, CHRISTUS Health is screening all associates and visitors to 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.

Clinic Services

Urgent Care

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.

Pain Management

Do you have back or neck pain?  Pain medicine physicians are part of a rapidly growing specialty that takes a multidisciplinary, integrated approach to treating all types of pain.  Many patients come to us suffering from back and neck pain, painful joint or muscle conditions and nerve pain in the arms and legs.  Each patient goes through an evaluation and assessment that leads to a highly personalized level of care.  If you want help with your pain, call Dr. Matthew Johnson, at the CHRISTUS Trinity Pain Management Clinic in Sulphur Springs at 903.885.1740.

Women’s Health

We are prepared to support each woman’s healthcare needs at any stage of life.  Whether you come in for a routine gynecological exam, preparing to give birth, or need treatment for a disorder, we offer an outstanding breadth of services and treatments.  Our provider team includes Darryl Doughtie, MD; Martin Fielder, MD; and Certified Nurse Midwife Deb Logan.  To schedule an appointment, please contact their office at 903.439.4917.

Planning to deliver your baby at our hospital?  We want to help you prepare every step of the way.  From our virtual Childbirth classes each month to breastfeeding support, education opportunities are endless.  Additionally, nitrous oxide is available for pain control during labor.  Finally, once your new bundle arrives, we will to present you with a special meal, and dress your baby in its very own CHRISTUS onesie.  For more information on classes and tours, please call 903.439.4091.

 

COVID-19

Experiencing Symptoms?

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms such as fever, shortness of breath, cough, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, chills, muscle pain or headache, or diarrhea, please call your provider for either a face-to-face appointment or a telemedicine consultation.  If your provider determines you need to have a COVID-19 test, they will send you to the appropriate outpatient location for testing.  If you are experiencing an emergency, please present to the Emergency Room.  At this time, we are preserving our Emergency Room COVID-19 tests for those who are experiencing an emergency.  Otherwise, we would ask that you follow the steps above.  If you do not have a healthcare provider, CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic welcomes new patients.  Please call 903.885.3181 to talk to one of our associates about setting up an appointment.

Don’t Delay Care:

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.

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