Patient & Visitor Information

Please let Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse care for you and your family in our brand new, easy to navigate, beautifully appointed hospital. In collaboration with our nurses, staff, and physicians, each feature has been selected to create an atmosphere of comfort and trust.

Explore Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse

Take a virtual tour of our hospital via the 3D virtual tour model. Campus includes a medical office building housing multi-specialty clinics, outpatient physical therapy and retail pharmacy.

Our goal at Trinity Regional Hospital is to always provide quality, compassionate healthcare in a safe and warm environment. Our comprehensive approach to care includes inpatient and outpatient services, advanced diagnostics, surgical services, and 24-hour emergency care.

Request Medical Records

In accordance with all state laws and regulations Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse provides release of health information for patients who request medical records. Here are the ways in which you may access/request your medical records.


MyTrinityHealth is a convenient tool that allows patients to quickly access their medical records electronically 24 hours a day. Please register for MyTrinityHealth by clicking Here.


Complete, sign, and email an Authorization To Disclose Health Information Form to [email protected]

Download an Authorization to Disclose Health Information by clicking HERE.

Please note that there is a possibility that any information sent and received from [email protected] could be intercepted and read by parties outside of whom you intended.  Requesting medical records through unencrypted email may not be a secure way to transmit your Protected Health Information. Please let this be a warning of and acceptance of the risks associated with an unsecure transmission.

In Person

Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse
4750 President George Bush Highway
Sachse, TX 75082

Please enter through the entrance marked “Emergency”, on the north side of the hospital. You may request your medical records at the ER registration desk.

Financial Assistance Policy and Application

As part of its contribution of resources, advocacy and community support to promote the health status of the community, which it serves, the hospital will provide financial assistance to patients with a demonstrated inability to pay for medically necessary services in accordance with the hospital’s Financial Assistance Policy.

All patients (including those with insurance) may apply for financial assistance by completing a financial assistance application. The patient’s situation will be evaluated according to relevant circumstances, such as income, assets or other resources available to the patient or the patient’s family and the amount of the outstanding balance. It is ultimately the patient’s responsibility to provide the necessary information to qualify for financial assistance. There is no assurance that the patient will qualify for financial assistance.

Established eligibility criteria and discount guidelines will be used to determine what amount, if any, of an outstanding patient account balance qualifies for financial assistance. Patients whose yearly household income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG) will receive a 100% discount. Patients whose yearly household income is above 200% but not more than 400% of FPG are eligible to receive services at a discounted amount. Patients whose outstanding balance, after payment by all third parties, is at or above 10% of their yearly household income are eligible to receive services at a discounted amount.

No patient who qualifies for financial assistance will be charged more for emergency or other medically necessary care than amounts generally billed to patients having insurance.

Free copies of this Plain Language Summary, the Financial Assistance Policy, and the financial assistance application are available on the hospital’s website:, are available in the hospital’s admissions area and emergency department, can be obtained by calling

972-962-2100, and can be requested by mail at 4750 President George Bush Hwy, Sachse, TX 75048. Translations will be available upon request.

The hospital’s financial counselors are available to answer questions and provide information about the Financial Assistance Policy and to assist with the financial assistance application process. The hospital’s financial counselors may be reached between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday by calling 469-962-2100.

Estimates & Charges

Please call our financial counselors at 469-962-2140

Our goal is to help you understand the charge, billing, and payment process prior to your visit so you can make an informed decision regarding your health care out-of-pocket costs.

Standard charges shown in the attached file do not necessarily reflect what a patient may pay. The amount that patients pay is largely determined by their health insurance coverage. The chargemaster includes each individual item and service with insurance discounts and uninsured discounts applied in the appropriate column.

Get a Cost Estimate

To get an accurate estimate of your upcoming services, we recommend calling our financial department at 469-962-2140.

Charge Master & Shoppables

Disclaimer: Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse makes no guarantees regarding the charge information provided on this website. The charge information is strictly an estimate of charges and TRHS cannot guarantee the estimates because patient services may vary by a patient due to physician treatment decisions, unforeseen complications, additional tests or services ordered by your physician, and the needs of each individual patient. In addition, estimates may change based on your contracted insurance benefits, pending financial assistance, or pending state/federal program aid.

Trinity Regional Hospital shall not be liable for any difference between charges listed in the price lists and the final bill for services.

Additional Charges You May Need to Expect

Be sure to talk with your physician and any other provider involved in your care about charges to expect. You may receive separate bills from physicians as well as a bill from the hospital and other healthcare providers involved in your treatment. The following is a partial list of other providers who may bill you separately:

  • Your personal physician if they follow your care in the hospital
  • The surgeon who performs your procedure
  • The anesthesiologist involved in your care
  • Radiologist who reads your X-rays
  • Other physicians or specialists who your physician may consult during the course of your care, such as a cardiologist or pathologist

The services you receive will depend upon your doctor’s orders. If you are admitted as a hospital patient, you can expect to see charges of the following types:

  • Room and board: charges will vary by the level and type of care provided
  • Operating room, recovery room, and anesthesia if surgery was performed
  • Laboratory Testing
  • Radiology Exams
  • Medical Supplies
  • Pharmaceuticals
Get a Cost Estimate

To get an accurate estimate of your upcoming services, we recommend calling our financial department at 469-962-2140.

Your Rights and Protections Against Surprise Medical Bills