Texas Health Rockwall is located on Horizon Road just south of Ralph Hall Parkway. Our hospital offers free parking on campus. All parking is open to patients and visitors in front of the hospital. The circular drive in front of the hospital is designated for patient drop off and pick up. *Be aware that construction will begin on campus in the spring of 2017 that may affect traffic flow.
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I watched the History Channel episode -“the great rock wall of Texas” .. the guy who stars in the show .. said the rock wall was a natural phenomena and not man made … I don’t believe a word that guy said .. it looked like he was lying … I believe your Rock wall in Texas is truly a man made structure .. the guy from the history channel only took samples in small areas from what they shown on tv … I’ll call him a liar and full of it.. he was definitely hiding something .
Rockwall, Texas – Inhabited by giants before Noah's flood
Rockwall is a city in Rockwall County, Texas, United States, and a suburb of Dallas. It is part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The population was 37,490 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Rockwall County. Rockwall County is the second wealthiest county in the state of Texas in terms of median income. The majority of its residents enjoy a relatively high standard of living. The name Rockwall is derived from a naturally jointed geological formation, which has the appearance of an artificial wall.In large part, the wall has been stumbled upon by accident. When someone was digging a well or plowing a field, a portion would become exposed. Some have actually gone looking for it, having purposely excavated it to study. Dr. Robert T. Hill had concluded as far back as 1901 that the “wall” was, in fact, no more than a naturally formed sandstone dike. Tests that have been run on the rocks since have tried to establish dating and makeup, and have also concluded the very same. Geologists from the University of Texas at Dallas have studied the formation and agree with these findings which, according to the Colorado Geological Survey, confirm that the formations came about from the deposit of sedimentary material which, over millions of years, dried and hardened. This material can often break as it condenses, which forms various patterns. The process has been documented around the world, but what’s unique about this formation in Rockwall is that the sandstone fractured in a way that appears to be in the shape of bricks which were put together symmetrically.