St. Joseph Regional Health Center
"I chose St. Joseph because it offers the opportunity to work in a busy, Level II trauma center with a group of physicians that has a level of camaraderie like no other. I live in a vibrant community filled with young families that has excellent schools and tons of things to do."
Brandon Lewis, DO
Daniel Dawson, MD
Urban, flagship hospital in Bryan/College Station. Brand new $23 million Emergency and Trauma Center set to open in 2016, featuring rooms designed especially for bariatric patients, geriatric patients, trauma resuscitation, and behavioral health.
- Annual Visits: 53,000
- ED Beds: 24 (5 trauma and 6 monitored)
- Patients/Hour: 2.3
- Admission Rate: 25%
- Trauma Designation: Level II
- Coverage: 8- and 9-hour ED shifts plus 10-hour Fast Track shifts with approximately 61 hours of physician coverage per day
- Scribe program
- Qualifications: BC/BP in Emergency Medicine
- Documentation: Picis CPOE EMR
Labor and Delivery/Obstetrics
- Annual Deliveries: 1,600
- L&D Recovery Beds: 12
- Dedicated Obstetric Operating Rooms: 2
- NICU: Level III
St. Joseph Regional Health Center is the anchor facility for St. Joseph Health System, a health ministry of the Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania, Ohio. Established in 1936, SJRHC is a 310-bed health care center offering the community's Lead Level III Trauma Center, an extensive inpatient and outpatient surgery program, and is known throughout the region for its cardiac, cancer and rehabilitation programs.
Most of the St. Joseph ED staff have clinical faculty appointments available through the Texas A&M Health Science Center, allowing physicians the opportunity to teach students and residents.
Hospital Web site: http://www.st-joseph.org/sjrhc
St. Joseph Regional Health Center is part of the St. Joseph Health System.
About Bryan-College Station, TX
From the historical sights and hand-crafted Texas wines to Broadway productions and world premier ballet, there is something for everyone in Bryan and College Station. The energetic and progressive area boasts 924 acres of parks and statewide reputation for quality athletic events. It has grown up alongside Texas A&M University, a major educational and research institution with about 50,000 students.
For more information, visit http://www.visitaggieland.com