Texas

Valley Baptist Medical Center



Valley Baptist Medical Center is a full service acute care treatment center established in the year 1923. It is formerly known as Brownsville Medical Center and is the first and largest hospital in Brownsville. The hospital is ideally located in Brownsville in Texas.

Valley Baptist Medical Center provides quality health care services to the residents in Cameron County and the surrounding areas. It is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations and is managed by the Valley Baptist Health Care System.

This 243-bed facility offers a range of both inpatient and outpatient services including cardiac care, cardiac catheterization, diabetes care and wound management services. The treatments are carried out by a team of well experienced and highly qualified physicians, employees and volunteers. The hospital also has a certified diabetes center, wound care center and Level III Trauma center.



Valley Baptist Medical Center accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.

Valley Baptist Medical Center provides Teaching facilities.

Address: 1040 W Jefferson St , Brownsville
State: Texas
Zip: 78520
Phone: 956-544-1400
Fax: 956-541-0747
Email: teri.retana@valleybaptist.net
URL: www.brownsvillemedical.com/
County: Cameron
Ownership: Valley Baptist Health Care System
Number of Beds: 243
Total Staff : 800



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