NORTH ROCKWALL ER IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED | STAFF SHIFTED TO MAIN HOSPITAL FOR COVID RESPONSE

Texas Health Hospital Rockwall’s North ER, located at 2265 N. Lakeshore Drive, is temporarily closed effective midnight Friday, Aug 06. This temporary closure will allow members of the medical team to transfer to our hospital’s main campus on Horizon Road, where they will provide care related to the pandemic.


Outpatient Imaging

Texas Health Rockwall offers high quality outpatient imaging services with well trained and experienced technicians who truly concern themselves with the patient experience.

Outpatient Imaging is available Monday through Friday during regular business hours; however, for your convenience we are able to accommodate a variety of schedules by offering evening appointments as needed.  And because we know that getting results timely is important, our onsite radiologist is dedicated to providing prompt and accurate reports to the referring physician.

Digital X-Ray

Digital processing allows our radiologist to view your images instantly and provide your physician a report for a quick diagnosis.  Digital x-ray can be performed on a walk-in basis.

CT Scans

Our 64-slice CT scanner with 3-D imaging revolutionizes how physicians can detect and rapidly diagnose diseases. With the scanner, we obtain 64 pictures for every 360° rotation of the X-ray tube. This allows for much quicker scan time, which is extremely beneficial, especially when scanning pediatric patients.

MRI

Our open-bore scanner supports patient care through a unique bore design. Over 60 percent of exams are completed with the patient’s head outside of the bore, improving comfort and easing any claustrophobia issues. With a bore opening slightly more than two feet in diameter, the system also provides room for patients of size.

Texas Health Rockwall is also pleased to offer MRI with anesthesia for patients for whom that may be necessary.  This may include patients with severe claustrophobia, movement disorders or other conditions that make remaining in one position uncomfortable or difficult.

Diagnostic Ultrasound

Diagnostic Ultrasound is a medical imaging technique that uses inaudible sound waves to visualize organs and tissues of the body. The scans are performed by a sonographer. Besides providing the diagnosis, a radiologist can perform procedures such as biopsies with the guidance of ultrasound.

 

To contact the scheduling department please call Scheduling at 855-487-3926.

 

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