Tyler County Hospital
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About Us

Our History

The History of Tyler County Hospital Few rural hospitals in the United States still offer medical services to small towns and their immediate surrounding areas. Tyler County has an exception. Tyler County Hospital opened its doors in Woodville in 1950. It has provided, without interruption, medical care for the county since its beginning. Thousands have benefited from what most consider excellent care in the hospital. A small minority may have complained that their treatment was less than excellent, but even most of them agree that the hospital remains a major asset to Tyler County. 

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Our Facilities

The Emergency Department at Tyler County Hospital is open seven days a week, and staffed with highly trained providers certified in Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). Our licensed nurses are on duty around the clock to provide our patients with compassion and advanced health care. Learn More >>

Administration

Sandra Gayle Wright RN, Ed.D - CEO; Sondra Williams RN,MSN,CEN - CNO; Scott McCluskey - CFO Learn More >>

Our Doctors

TCHFMC IS STAFFED WITH 4 FULL TIME PHYSICIANS AND

ONE FULL TIME CERTFIED NURSE PRACTIONER

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Our Staff

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Vocational Nursing Program

TYLER COUNTY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF VOCATIONAL NURSING 

Located in Woodville, Texas

 Twelve-month program

Begins January each year

 Equal opportunity educational program

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Wildflower Giftshop

We are a not for profit store, operated by the Tyler County Hospital Auxiliary.

We are located in the heart of the hospital just as you enter the West Wing where the majority of the patients reside.

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Tyler County Hospital Foundation

Established in 2002, the Tyler County Hospital Foundation provides financial support so that the hospital is able to keep pace with technology and the innovations of tomorrow.In today's rapidly changing economic climate, it is increasingly difficult for most hospitals to adequately fund needed capital improvements and state-of-the-art technology without donor support.The Foundation raises money that helps fund hospital services required to meet the healthcare needs of the community.All funds are used for the benefit of providing healthcare to the residents of Tyler County. Learn More >>

Tyler County Hospital Auxiliary

IT'S A WIN, WIN DEAL –

  • VOLUNTEERING MAKES FOR A LONGER, HAPPIER LIFE FOR THE VOLUNTEER
  • IT COSTS AS LITTLE AS 3 HOURS A WEEK OF YOUR TIME
  • IT BENEFITS SO MANY
  • HEY, YOU EVEN ENJOY A FREE MEAL ON THE DAY YOU VOLUNTEER
  • WE NEED YOU IN SO MANY WAYS – INFO DESK, GIFT SHOP CLERK, SODA/SNACK MACHINE STOCKING & MORE
  • WE CONTRIBUTED OVER $9,200 IN LVN SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS AND/OR EQUIPMENT TO TCH IN 2012 AND OVER $33,360 FROM 2008/2011, BENEFITING BOTH INPATIENTS AND OUTPATIENTS OF OUR COMMUNITY
  • THE HOSPITAL AUXILIARY DOES NOT MAKE TYLER COUNTY HOSPITAL, BUT IT DOES MAKE IT BETTER!

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