HOUSTON, Aug. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Nutex Health Inc. ("Nutex Health" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: NUTX), a physician-led, technology-enabled integrated healthcare delivery system comprised of 22 state-of-the-art micro hospitals in 8 states and primary care-centric, risk-bearing physician networks, today announced the opening of its newest microhospital, Royse City Emergency Hospital, in Royse City, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. The hospital is conveniently located at 890 S. Erby Campbell Blvd, off Interstate 30.
The staff of medical experts at Royse City Emergency Hospital are bringing the community 24/7/365 days a year of concierge-level care. The 18,000 square foot facility houses an emergency room with 8 private exam rooms, 4 inpatient beds, as well as in-house pharmacy, laboratory services and imaging, including the first MRI machine in Royse City and the surrounding area.
This is Nutex Health's 9th facility in Texas and 5th facility in the DFW metroplex. The Company is eager to continue expanding its footprint in Texas, where Nutex Health is headquartered.
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"We are proud to bring our 5th location to the Dallas-Forth Worth area. Though we have been in the DFW area for over 10 years, this is our first location in a rapidly growing area of northeast Dallas right off the I-30 corridor in Royse City. We are looking forward to serving the citizens of Rockwell, Royse City, Greenville and beyond," stated Tom Vo, M.D., MBA, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Nutex Health.
About Nutex Health Inc.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas and founded in 2011, Nutex Health Inc. (NASDAQ: NUTX) is a healthcare management and operations company with two divisions: a Hospital Division and a Population Health Management Division.
The Hospital Division owns, develops and operates innovative health care models, including micro-hospitals, specialty hospitals, and hospital outpatient departments (HOPDs). This division owns and operates 22 facilities in 8 states.