Welcome to SHC hospital

Welcome to South Hampton Community Hospital in Dallas. Our hospital is part of a state-wide system of privately-owned hospitals, each dedicated to meeting the needs of the communities in which they reside.

We believe it’s what’s inside that counts, and that has become our guiding principal as we continue to grow and expand our services, offering them in a caring and courteous atmosphere and committing to the Renaissance Healthcare Systems culture. Whether a patient, visitor or employee, when you enter our doors, we treat you with dignity, respect and compassion. Like family.

But don’t let our down home attitude deceive you, because you won’t find better care. Our 111-bed acute care facility rounds out a comprehensive service line. We specialize in orthopedic and cardiac surgery as well as bariatrics, urology, ENT and general medicine. In addition, we offer a full range of digital imaging, including MRI, CT, and X-ray. So if you’re looking for quality healthcare, look no further.

For Our Patients

South Hampton Community Hospital is managed and staffed by the hometown people who share your values and interests, and who will give you their best – every day. With this pledge behind us, we commit to:

  • Provide you with a safe, healthy and secure environment.
  • Perform our jobs carefully and competently.
  • Treat you with honesty, dignity and respect.
  • Use safe and effective practices and technologies.
  • Respond to your needs in a timely manner.
  • Provide you detailed information about your care and carefully explain any changes in treatment.
  • Listen to your concerns and answer questions about your treatment and your health.

For Physicians

At South Hampton Community Hospital, we believe it is our job to thoroughly support the life-changing work of the physicians who provide care in our facilities. With this as our guiding principle, we commit to:

  • Provide the state-of-the-art surgical equipment you need to perform your surgeries and maintain a high level of patient satisfaction.
  • Supply other resources you need to provide the highest quality healthcare possible.
  • Provide administrative tools for effective scheduling, reimbursement and regulatory support.
  • Implement effective marketing and advertising to help you develop a large referral base of potential patients and surgical candidates.
  • Be responsive to your questions, concerns, ideas and suggestions.
  • Provide the working comforts you need to be as effective as you can be.
  • Make sure that “your hospital” is one you can be proud of.
Kelly Mullis
Kelly Mullis
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