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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Above the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



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Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Rockwall County, TX.

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall is a physician hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


I would definitely recommend this hospital. I didn’t have to wait long at all, maybe 15 minutes even though they said they were very busy that night. The officer outside walked us all the way into the emergency room and showed us exactly where to go. The staff was very friendly and courteous. The doctor explained everything that was done and why. I was very impressed. (a week ago)

I LOVE this hospital! The staff is always friendly and helpful, and the L&D department is phenomenal. I recommend this hospital to everyone who will listen!! Keep up the great work!! (3 weeks ago)

My daughter went there with severe pain in her abdomen. They saw her quickly and put her in a room, asking several questions and deduced they thought it was "female" related. They did do an ultrasound of her belly. They did not hook her up to an IV. (Which I thought was the first thing they do in an ER?) At one point the doctor came in, said they didn't see anything and asked her "What did you want me to do about it?" We both felt like because it was female problems, and not "real" problems, they just wanted to kick us out and get rid of us. They weren't busy, we weren't taking a bed that was needed by someone else - they just didn't want to deal with female issues. Going to an ER is not cheap, and our insurance is essentially non-existent (high deductible and doesn't kick in until it's paid - we do get the "negotiated rate" though.) So if we thought the pain was bad enough to spend the evening in the ER and rack up such a huge bill - the least they could have done is taken us seriously. (3 months ago)

I understand the bad reviews. I have been to really bad hospitals, but I actually had a pretty decent experience. I was there for what i thought was a kidney stone. Of course, right after i got there 4 ambulances in a row showed up and got to go before me. So i waited for 2.5 hours before i got to go into a room. But everyone i dealt with was pretty nice. I wasn't rushed and I wasn't stuck in a room and forgotten about (which has happened to me at another hospital nearby). I didn't have a kidney stone like i thought, but they noticed three other important things that showed up on the CT scan and let me know about them so i could pass it on to my PCP. Overall, it was a good experience. I guess I just happened to have better people working that night than other people who left reviews. Also this is a physician owned hospital, just like Baylor Lake Pointe. But Baylor Lake Pointe is without a doubt a whole lot worse than this hospital so be warned. I will never go back to that one! (a month ago)


So I definitely would not recommend this hospital for a life threatening issue. But I went in for workers comp and I didn’t want to be there so they helped me get out in a timely manner which never happens at other hospitals I go to. But if you do have something seriously wrong you might want to go to another hospital. (a month ago)

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