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The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital - New Braunfels provides specialized care and treatment for patients who are critically ill or injured. The unit also provides close monitoring of patients whose conditions are unstable or unpredictable. Our goal is to provide the highest level of care and support in an environment specifically designed for patients in serious or life-threatening medical circumstances. The ICU is a special area used for patients in critical condition and in need of 24-hour supervision. 

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CHRISTUS Santa Rosa–New Braunfels Trauma Program Earns Perfect Survey Score

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital-New Braunfels has been re-designated as a Level IV Trauma Center by the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS).

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CHRISTUS Santa Rosa–New Braunfels Celebrates 1-Year Anniversary of Area’s Only Electrophysiology Program

One year ago, CHRISTUS Santa Rosa-New Braunfels welcomed Dr. Kishore Subnani, a cardiac electrophysiologist, to its cardiac team and established the city’s first and only Electrophysiology Lab.

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ICU at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa-New Braunfels Earns Silver Beacon Award

The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses recently awarded the Intensive Care Unit at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital-New Braunfels with a Silver Beacon Award for Excellence, recognizing the high-level of care provided in one of the hospital’s most critical units. The Silver Beacon Award for excellence is a significant milestone on the path to exceptional patient care and healthy work environments — recognizing ICU caregivers who successfully improve patient outcomes and align practices with AACN’s rigorous standards.

Doug Heart Care
Doug was experiencing shortness of breath so he went to CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital New Braunfels and they discovered blockage in several of his arteries.
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