CHI St. Joseph Health, part of the CHI Texas Division, includes a comprehensive network of over 100 employed providers including primary care physicians, specialists and advanced practice clinicians. CHI St. Joseph Health is comprised of five hospitals across the Brazos Valley, including Regional Hospital in Bryan-College Station, home to a Level II Major Trauma Center, the highest in the region. Its network includes more than 30 ambulatory clinics featuring primary care, a freestanding Emergency Room, Express Clinics, and imaging and diagnostic services. As an active member of the Brazos Valley, CHI St. Joseph Health is a leader in providing compassionate care as well as addressing the overall health of the community. CHI has locations in 18 states across 99 hospitals, including two academic health centers and major teaching hospitals; accredited nursing colleges and other facilities and services that span the inpatient and outpatient continuum of care. As the second largest Catholic healthcare organization in the country, Catholic Health Initiatives has partnerships with academic systems such as Baylor College of Medicine and Creighton University, creating collaborations poised to create healthier communities across the nation.
Primary Care is your vital connection to all other medical doctors and specialists. Choosing the right primary care doctor for you and your family is very important. A good doctor sees you as a whole person—mind, body and soul, with friends and family who love and depend on you—and will help you maintain your health, listen to your concerns, and connect you with the best resources, therapists, and or specialists when you need them. CHI St. Joseph Health continues to develop our network of highly skilled physicians in every major discipline—Cardiology, ENT, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery, Pediatrics, etc.—and at the center, we’ve built an impressive alliance of primary care doctors who’ll do everything in their power to help you stay as healthy as possible.
Formed in 1999 to bring together the health-related disciplines of Texas A&M, the Texas A&M University Health Science Center is leading the way in transformative education, innovative research and team-based health care delivery to better serve the people of Texas and beyond. As a comprehensive Health Science Center with programs in dentistry, medicine, nursing, public health, pharmacy and biomedical sciences, the possibilities for Texas A&M to transform health and health care delivery are vast. With campus locations in Bryan-College Station, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Houston, Kingsville, McAllen, Round Rock and Temple, health professions students are amply prepared for the realities of today’s evolving health care landscape. Impacting nearly every county in the state of Texas, the institution’s geographically dispersed model also acts as a conduit for community-based research, health education and disease prevention initiatives.