News Articles List
RGRH is now offering innovative technology to treat carotid artery disease and prevent stroke.
The community of Mission, Texas, now has access to emergency services nearby.
RGRH earned a distinguished three-star rating from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons
RGRH nurse leaders assist a fellow airplane passenger with a medical emergency.
RGRH announced Joe M. Vela has been named chief financial officer, effective June 19, 2023.
RGRH is proud to announce it has received an "A" Hospital Safety Grade for Spring 2023 from The Leapfrog Group.
Nursing students from South Texas College and Rio Grande Regional Hospital colleagues celebrate completion of STOP THE BLEED® training.
Rio Grande Regional Hospital (RGRH), an affiliate of HCA Healthcare, named Laura Disque as chief executive officer, effective April 1, 2023.
UTRGV and HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division announce agreement to bring 30 resident physicians to Brownsville and McAllen by summer 2024
RGRH announces Neuroscience team was recognized as a Recipient of the HCA Healthcare Critical Care - Progressive Care Unit of Distinction.
Dr. Guillermo Salinas completed 100 robotic-assisted vascular procedures.
Rio Grande Regional Hospital goes pink
Rio Grande Regional Hospital held 3rd annual spooktacular stroke awareness 5K on October 23rd.
Rio Grande Regional Hospital is pleased to announce that 3-D Mammography is available at Rio Grande Regional Hospital's Imaging Center.
Hospital announced that it has been recognized as Healthgrades 2021 Patient Safety Excellence Award™ recipient for the 3rd year in a row.
Congratulations to Dr. Guillermo Salinas, Cardiologist and Medical Director of Interventional Cardiology at Rio Grande Regional Hospital, for...
Rio Grande Regional Hospital Once Again Recognized as One of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare in 2020
This distinction places HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe, HCA Houston Healthcare Medical Center, Rio Grande Regional Hospital, and Texas Orthopedic...
Hospitals currently seeking plasma donations from recovered COVID-19 individuals to potentially help critically ill patients,