Canyon means convenience and care.

Inviting neighborhoods, affordable housing, a high-performing school system, not to mention thousands of acres of outdoor recreation. Canyon is a location that promotes well-being and healthy lifestyles in a multitude of ways. When it comes to healthcare, this city has just the right prescription. Personalized local care available round the clock, backed by the specialized healthcare services of larger city providers just minutes away.

Day to day, Canyon residents can rely on the superb primary care provided by the board-certified professionals and staff of Family Medicine Centers of Canyon and the CareExpress Urgent Care clinic where walk-ins are accepted 24/7. For more specialized services Amarillo’s noted medical resources include:

Baptist St. Anthony’s Health System (BSA): A member of the Ardent Health System, BSA is one of Texas’ leading regional health providers offering a full spectrum of acute-care services ranging from state-of-the-art diagnostics and surgery to specialized cancer care to women’s health services. BSA deploys the latest techniques and technologies such as the hospital’s advanced hyperbaric wound care that promises speedier healing and the new bore-less high-field MRIs that deliver both performance and patient comfort. At the Harrington Cancer Center, Nurse Navigators provide critical emotional support and guidance even as treatment teams put next-generation technology into action with radiological therapy and robotic surgery.

Northwest Texas Healthcare System: The evidence is clear when it comes to the evidence-based healthcare results of NTHS, named recently as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission for attaining and sustaining excellence in accountability measures for performance in surgical care and care for heart attack, heart failure and pneumonia. The 475-bed acute care facility offers a range of cutting-edge services and has been designated as a Certified Primary Stroke Center and as a Center of Excellence for Women’s Health and for Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care. A Level III Trauma Center, the emergency department of NTHS treats more than 50,000 patients annually.

Veteran’s healthcare is also available at the Amarillo VA Healthcare System and the Thomas E. Creek Veteran’s Hospital, while the specialized care and services of the Texas Panhandle Centers for Behavioral and Mental Health offers the latest treatment for patients suffering mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism, and children with developmental delays.

Canyon residents feel good about their healthcare options, even as they find it easier to feel well and be well.