In 1975 a forward thinking Terrell City Council approved the creation
of the Terrell Public Hospital Corporation. The board of that
corporation was comprised of six dedicated citizens of Terrell
who devoted two and one-half years toward the completion of a
new hospital to provide quality healthcare for Terrell as well
as the surrounding area. Terrell Community Hospital opened its
doors for patients September 27, 1977. The hospital operated as
Terrell Medical Center from 1996 until 2007, when it became Renaissance
Hospital of Terrell.
Radiology - CT, MRI, Ultrasound,
- Accredited Mammography Program
- Diagnostic Cardiology - EKG, Stress Echocardiography
- Diagnostic Neurology - EEG, EMG
- 24-Hour Emergency Services
- Physical Therapy
- Inpatient Medical/Surgical Care
- ICU - Intensive Care/Cardiac Care Unit
- Obstetrics (LDRP)/Nursery
- Pediatric Services
- Surgery/Outpatient Surgery
- Outpatient Services
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Renaissance Hospital - Terrell
1551 Highway 34 South
Part of the nationally recognized Baylor Healthcare System, Baylor
Family Medical Center is a primary care center staffed with qualified
professionals trained to meet the healthcare needs of the Terrell
community and surrounding areas.
- Family medicine
- Chronic care
- Internal Medicine
- Vascular services
- Diagnostic imaging - CT/MRI
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Baylor Family Medical Center
200 N. Virginia
Terrell State Hospital
TSH offers services for persons with mental illness and mental
retardation to enable them to make choices that result in lives
of dignity and increased independence.
Terrell State Hospital is a 316-bed, JCAHO accredited and Medicare
certified, psychiatric Hospital operated under the direction
of the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation
(TXMHMR). The hospital provides services to individuals within
a 22-county, 14,622 square mile area including Bowie, Camp,
Cass, Dallas, Delta, Ellis, Fannin, Franklin, Henderson, Hopkins,
Hunt, Kaufman, Lamar, Morris, Navarro, Rains, Red River, Rockwall,
Smith, Titus, Van Zandt, and Wood counties.
Services are provided for children ages 6 to 12 years, adolescents
ages 12 to 18 years, and adults.
Programs include acute care, an intensive behavioral program,
medical services, forensic care for inmates of state correctional
institutions, intermediate care, a “cottage” program
for adult life skills, and a research center.
In Fiscal Year 1999, the hospital had 1993 admissions, provided
121,078 days of inpatient service, and had an average daily
census of 332 patients.
1200 E. Brin
Regional MHMR Center provides in-home and out-of-home care for
the mentally challenged and offers community eduction programs
to increase understanding in the general population. Lakes Regional
supports patients and their families by providing adaptive devices
that help maintain a level of function in the home. Skilled
teams assist with housing, psychosocial training, screening,
monitoring, and vocational training.
In addtition to its day facillities, Lakes Regional offers
two group homes in Terrell.
STAR Services, a program for at-risk children ages 7-17 is
offered in cooperation with the Texas Department of Regulatory
Lakes Regional MHMR Center
400 Airpoirt Road
Terrell is also served by medical specialty clinics, vision clinics,
dental clinics,chiropractic clinics, and four nursing homes.