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.


Surgical Services

 

Whether your surgery is outpatient or requires an inpatient stay, caregivers in the surgery department at Texas Health Rockwall are focused on providing safe, high quality care beginning with pre-op through surgery and recovery and hospital stay, if needed.

Safety and Quality Matter

This focus on safety and quality is evident in the many awards for which we are proud including the most recent Hospital Safety Grade by The Leapfrog Group. In the surgery department, safety measures include thorough communication with surgeons and patients before and after surgery, attention to infection prevention and required “time-outs” prior to surgery that allows each member of the surgical team to verify patient information and expectations. These processes and many others help ensure that our patients have the safest possible environment when they need it most.

As much as we appreciate the awards we have received,  we are most proud of our caregivers and the quality, support and personal attention they provide patients right here in Rockwall.  This quality is reflected in what our patients say after their surgery.



If you are considering elective surgery or facing a diagnosis that may require surgery, we encourage you to review your options.  Search for a physician on our staff by specialty and learn about the quality ratings of the hospital you choose.  And because quality counts, ask for Texas Health Rockwall by name.

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Surgical Services include but are not limited to:

Colorectal conditions

The lower part of your digestive tract, called the large intestine, is comprised of the colon and rectum and is also sometimes called the colorectal region. It can develop issues that range from occasionally bothersome to life-threatening. As an example, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in men and women who live in the U.S., with more than 145,000 new cases expected in 2019.1

There are also a number of noncancerous conditions that can cause pain and discomfort. These include, but are not limited to, inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, blockages and ruptures, infected pockets (diverticulitis) and abscesses, and others that can take a toll of your quality of life and may require medical care. In the case of cancer or when lifestyle changes, medicine, and other options do not ease symptoms of noncancerous conditions, your doctor may suggest surgery.

Types of surgery

In the past, surgeons made large incisions in skin and muscle so that they could directly see and work on the area of concern. This is called open surgery. Today doctors still perform open surgery, but can also perform many colorectal procedures using minimally invasive laparoscopic or robotic-assisted surgery, possibly with da Vinci Xi Surgical System technology. Both minimally invasive surgical options require a few small incisions that doctors use to insert surgical equipment and a camera for viewing. In laparoscopic surgery, doctors use special long-handled tools to perform surgery while viewing magnified images from the laparoscope (camera) on a video screen.

General surgery includes a variety of procedures hernia repair, gall bladder removal, appendectomy, and even colonoscopy.  

Robotic assist may be an option for many patients so ask your surgeon if you are a candidate.

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Many gynecological procedures are performed with robotic assist which may mean a shorter recovery time and less pain.  Speak to your surgeon to learn more about your options.

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Orthopedics is a branch of medicine that focuses on the care of the skeletal system and its interconnecting parts including sports related injuries.

These parts include the:

  • bones
  • muscles
  • joints
  • tendons
  • ligaments

 

Podiatry or podiatric medicine' or foot and ankle surgery is a branch of medicine devoted to the study, diagnosis, and medical and surgical treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower extremity. For more information on podiatry go here APMA.

During a Robotic-assisted procedure, your surgeon uses master controls to manipulate the instruments, and the instruments translate your surgeon's movements into precise movements inside your body. Your surgeon is in control the whole time; the surgical system responds to the direction he provides.

At Texas Health Rockwall we have on of the most advanced robotic surgical systems, da Vinci Xi Surgical System. To learn more about the da Vinci Xi Surgical System click the link LEARN MORE.

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Neck (cervical) and back (lumbar) pain are among the most common reasons for doctor visits and are a major cause of disability, lost work days and high health care costs. Thankfully, the orthopedic or neurologic spine specialists on the medical staff at Texas Health Rockwall can address these problems through a number of treatment options, including minimally invasive techniques.

Urology specializes in conditions of the urology tract such as incontinence, infection, enlarged prostate and more.

Many of these procedures can be performed as minimally invasive, robotic assisted surgeries.

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Our Bariatrics Center here at Texas Health Hospital Rockwall offers many weight loss solutions. Some of which are surgical. Many of the surgical procedures are now being performed minimally invasive with the da Vinci Xi Surgical System

You have heard that minimally invasive procedures are the preference when it comes to surgical options as these procedures can help reduce pain and recovery.  Texas Health Rockwall is proud to have experienced surgical teams who perform procedures with minimally invasive techniques including robotic assist.  Learn more about da Vinci Xi ...

Some of the most commonly performed minimally invasive procedures include:

  • Appendectomy
  • Cholecystectomy
  • Colon Resection
  • Gastric Banding
  • Gastric Sleeve
  • Hernia Repair
  • Microdiscectomy
  • Nissen Fundoplication

Robotic assist can provide many patients with faster recovery and your surgeon will discuss your options for robotic assist as appropriate. 

Texas Health Rockwall is proud to offer the da Vinci Xi Surgical System. The da Vinci Xi Surgical System can be used for a wide range of minimally invasive surgical procedures and has been optimized for multi-quadrant surgeries in the areas of gynecology, urology, thoracic, cardiac and general surgery.

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Anesthesia

Texas Health Rockwall is proud to be one of the few hospitals in the area that provides anesthesia services by board certified medical doctors 24 hours a day, seven days a week. At Texas Health Rockwall, patient safety and comfort come first for the care you want, quality you need and the service you deserve.

 

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