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stcamAbout Saint Camillus Medical Center

Saint Camillus Medical Center is redefining healthcare…Saint Camillus Medical Center is a private, patient centric and physician driven hospital serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding counties, nestled in the Hurst, Euless, Bedford community. Saint Camillus Medical Center was conceived in 2016 seeking to improve the health care in the area and was built as an inpatient state-of-the-art hospital with a sophisticated environment providing the latest in surgical care, diagnostics and interventions.


The vision of Saint Camillus Medical Center is to be the leader in delivering the highest quality healthcare through exemplary services and processes to the exclusive benefit of the individuals, families and communities we serve.


To improve the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and our community through innovation, pursuit of excellence and compassionate care.


We must remain vigilant that all levels of our organization are actively living out and promoting our core values in all aspects of daily operations.


  • Compassion – Embrace every individual’s physical, emotional, ethical, and personal concerns
  • Community – Valuing each other while encouraging individual contribution and accountability
  • Excellence – Commitment to the highest standards of service and performance while striving for continuous improvement
  • Integrity – Honesty, justice, and consistency for all of our patients, physicians, and other relationships
  • Respect – Respecting the dignity, honor and worth of every person that we come in contact with and upholding a community build on teamwork
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St Camillus

About Saint Camillus

St. Camillus de Lellis was born at Bocchianico, Italy. As a young man, Saint Camillus was grieved by the quality of service given to the sick and took it upon himself to try to improve upon the current system. He dedicated his life to the service and care of the sick and became director of St. Giacomo Hospital in Rome. He received permission from his confessor (St. Philip Neri) to be ordained and decided, with two companions, to found his own congregation, the Ministers of the Sick (the Camellians), dedicated to the care of the sick. Today he is known as the patron saint of the sick, nurses, physicians and hospitals and is the medical center’s namesake.

Our Management Team

The management team behind Saint Camillus Medical Center brings decades of experience in healthcare practice management, business development and successful entrepreneurship. With a highly trained staff and advanced technology and equipment, doctors and healthcare practitioners are able to make each patient the top priority of every day. With one of the area’s lowest patient to nurse ratios, acute care experienced nurses assure patients receive personalized quality care, the hospital’s mission and goal.

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