Location Profile

Tyler, Texas

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Tyler, Texas
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Tyler, Texas that sees over 100,000 patients each year. Services at the facility include family medicine, surgical, emergency care, and more. Recognized as a top performer for heart care, the hospital features state-of-the-art treatment options for cardiac patients and other individuals.

Community Overview

Home to a renowned rose garden, Tyler is a charming city in East Texas. Much of the progress and economic development of East Texas is concentrated in Tyler which has prospered over the years. Tyler is a beautiful town in East Texas and known as the Rose of Texas. Going through Tyler, you’re sure to notice its tree-lined azalea-covered streets and charming historic homes. A lively downtown area is the center of much of the city’s activity with shops, events, culture and more. The fall heralds the arrival of the famous Texas Rose Festival with the Rose Show, Queen’s Tea, Rose Parade and more.

Learn more about Tyler at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


Tyler, Texas includes 17 elementary schools, 6 middle schools, and 2 high schools. The district also includes magnet and charter schools to give students abundant access to quality education. The student-teacher ratio is low at 15 to 1 and the district features a wide range of extracurricular activities to encourage learning outside the classroom. Multiple schools also offer Advanced Placement (AP) and IB courses.

Click here to read more about public schools in Tyler.
Click here to read about private schools in Tyler.

Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

Tyler has a great selection of shopping options including stores, boutiques, department stores and more. The South Broadway Avenue Shopping Corridor is a popular spot with local grocers, clothing stores, florists, and other stops. Browse all of the merchandise for that certain something for you or to give as a gift. Your shopping can continue at the Broadway Square Mall, home to all of your favorite brands such as Coach, Foot Locker, Game Stop, and JCPenney. The Village at Cumberland Park has even more stores, so you can shop till you drop. As for the rest of the Tyler, you’ll be surprised at how many attractions are within the city limits. Whether you love art, history, culture or recreation, Tyler has something to appeal to all. See a show at the Liberty Hall, a 1930’s renovated theater with a rotating production schedule of comedy, music, movies, and theatre. Fancy a date out? Listen to a performance by the East Texas Symphony Orchestra or catch a show at the Cowan Center.

Museum lovers don’t have to look far for entertainment either, as the Tyler Museum of Art has a rich collection of art on display. The Tyler Rose Museum celebrates the beloved Texas Rose Festival and Tyler’s history of it with interactive displays that you can’t miss, especially if you love roses. Family fun isn’t hard to find in Tyler thanks to places like the Center for Earth and Space Education, The Children’s Park, Discovery Science Place, and The Historic Aviation Museum. Get thrills and fresh air by taking a ride on a zipline at the Adrenaline Rush Zip Line Tour or by riding through the Cherokee Trace Drive-Thru Safari Park.

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Crime Rate

The crime rate for Tyler is 80% lower than the national average, and the total number of crimes has actually decreased by 87%. You’ll find that Tyler is safer than 41% of the rest of the country as well. Authorized to have 194 sworn officers, the police department currently has 132 officers on staff.

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