Press Release

QHR Health New Build, Trinity Regional Hospital, Welcomes First Patients

November 12, 2021

BRENTWOOD, TNQHR Health, a leading shared service solutions provider strengthening independent community healthcare, announces its new hospital, Trinity Regional Hospital in Sachse, TX, admitted its first patient. Trinity Hospital is a 32-bed, community-focused acute care facility providing surgical, diagnostic treatment, emergency medical care, and related hospital and medical services to the large and rapidly growing community in northeast Dallas County. The campus includes:

  • 13 emergency treatment beds, including two trauma rooms, one special procedures room and one isolation patient exam room,
  • 3 operating rooms,
  • 4 critical care beds,
  • A catheterization (cath) lab,
  • A complete imaging department with CT, MRI, ultrasound, radio fluoroscopy, x-ray, and nuclear medicine, and
  • A nearby medical office building (expected to open in April 2022).

“Building and managing new hospitals in underserved markets is a natural extension of QHR Health’s commitment to strengthen independent healthcare,” said Butch Eavenson, Senior Vice President, QHR Health. “Instead of battling traffic, ER wait times and Dallas hospitals that too often are compelled to divert patients, the residents of Sachse and the surrounding area are easily accessing healthcare in their community.”

Trinity Regional Hospital

In 2021, QHR expects to break ground on new, community-focused hospitals in Celina and Alvin, TX. “At a time when too many communities are threatened with the closure of their local hospital, QHR Health is proud to lead the development of new hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs),” emphasized Eavenson.


QHR Health strengthens independent community healthcare as the industry’s leading health solutions provider serving independent, critical access and rural hospitals and health systems across the U.S. For more than 40 years, QHR Health has collaborated with clients to ensure that people in communities ranging from small rural towns to larger population centers, have local access to quality healthcare services. To learn more, visit ( or connect with us on LinkedIn and Twitter.