US-based healthcare management and operations company Nutex Health has announced the opening of Royse City Emergency Hospital, its latest micro-hospital in Royse City, Texas, US.

The 18,000ft² hospital will offer round-the-clock concierge-level care. It has an emergency room, which includes eight private exam rooms and four inpatient beds.

It will also feature an in-house pharmacy, laboratory services, and imaging capabilities, including the area’s first MRI machine.

This new hospital marks the company’s fourth new facility this year, with the possibility of one to two more openings.

The new Royse City Emergency Hospital is also Nutex Health’s ninth facility in Texas and fifth in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) metroplex.

Nutex Health chairman and CEO Tom Vo said: “Though we have been in the DFW area for over ten years, this is our first location in a rapidly growing area of northeast Dallas right off the I-30 corridor in Royse City.

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“We are looking forward to serving the citizens of Rockwell, Royse City, Greenville and beyond.”

The technology-enabled integrated healthcare delivery system Nutex Health has two divisions: a Population Health Management Division and a Hospital Division.

The Hospital Division owns and operates 22 micro-hospitals across eight US states.