Texas A&M Physicians Family Medicine

ribbon cutting ceremony

On June 30, 2011, the Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) College of Medicine celebrated the Texas A&M Physicians Family Medicine division with a ribbon cutting at its new facility at 2900 East 29th Street in Bryan. The opening of this clinic is part of our important commitment in the College of Medicine to improving the health of people of the Brazos Valley

Of the building’s approximately 32,000 square feet, the Texas A&M Physicians Family Medicine division occupies about 20,500 square feet.  The space is used for a comprehensive family medicine clinic and for the education of Family Medicine residents and medical students.  The clinic includes an in-house lab, radiology suite, endoscopy suite, classroom, administrative offices and a dedicated resident space. See our clinic offerings.


CHI St. Joseph  Health

St. Joseph's hospital external view

St. Joseph Health System traces its origins to 1936 when St. Joseph Regional Health Center was founded by the Sisters of St. Francis, Sylvania, Ohio, in response to a call from a local physician. Starting in a small 35-bed hospital, the organization has grown to 611 licensed beds in seven locations.

As the major medical referral center for the 12-county Brazos Valley area, CHI-St. Joseph has consistently responded to the community's medical needs by providing comprehensive, quality health care in a Christian atmosphere. CHI-St. Joseph offers one of the largest telemetry units and is a certified stroke center. HealthGrades, an independent healthcare ratings organization, just named CHI-St. Joseph Regional Health Center #1 in the state of Texas for overall orthopedic services, which includes joint replacement and spine surgery.


College Station Medical Center

External view of College Station Medical Center

 

 

 

 

The hospital and clinic were founded in 1931 in Bryan, Texas. In 1987, Humana relocated the hospital to its current location in 1997 and in 1998 the facility was renamed College Station Medical Center and referred to in the community as The Med. Through the years, The Med has established itself as a stable community hospital with an excellent reputation for quality care.

The Med has continually worked to raise the level of healthcare in the Brazos Valley and introduced cardiology services in the late 1980s. A decade later, the hospital began to focus on new technologies and built primary and specialty care offices on its campus. The Med provides a full array of medical services that include cardiac, pediatrics, obstetrics, general and specialty surgery, cancer treatment, inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient physical therapy.

The College Station Medical Center provides 150 licensed beds and provides several services and specialties to help serve Bryan-College Station and the surrounding area. The Med provides high-quality compassionate healthcare, exceptional service and advanced medicine to the communities it serves.