Making the difference in the lives of community members is an integral part of Cuero Regional Hospital and has been for over four decades. Providing quality care close to home is the realization of a dream by civic leaders and physicians who led the effort to consolidate the Cuero Hospital Foundation and Burns Hospital, culminating the opening of a new facility, Cuero Community Hospital, in September 1970. With a continued emphasis on progressive health care, the hospital expanded over the years to accommodate the changing needs of patients and the rapid advancement of medical technology. In February of 2017, Cuero Community Hospital became Cuero Regional Hospital as part of the Cuero Health System that now encompasses, Cuero Regional Hospital, Cuero Medical Clinic (including Bohman), Parkside Family Clinic, Goliad Family Practice, Kenedy Family Practice, Yorktown Medical Clinic, Cuero Home Health and Bfit Wellness Center.
Visiting a loved one in our hospital or one of our facilities can make such a difference. Visiting hours are seven days a week, starting at 8 a.m. We ask that all visitors wishing to visit someone staying in the hospital that arrive after 9 p.m. to please check in with our front receptionist.
As of May 17, 2021 the CDC emphasized that its new masking recommendations for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 do not apply to health care settings. Visitors must continue to wear mask upon entering the facility and throughout their visit regardless of vaccination status.