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Our Fort Worth, Texas, Office
Hours of Operation
Doctors and Staff
- Minor cosmetic and reconstructive procedures
Dr. Vishnu Rumalla has been providing reconstructive and cosmetic surgery procedures for patients in Fort Worth, Texas, for over 10 years. He has helped many people achieve beautiful results while keeping their comfort and safety as his top priority. Our Fort Worth office is conveniently located in the hospital district, just south of downtown. We are just a short drive from Parker, Johnson, and Dallas counties. Dr. Rumalla provides patients with consultations and minor reconstructive and cosmetic surgery procedures that only require local anesthesia at our Fort Worth, Texas, office. More extensive surgeries are performed at our state-of-the-art ambulatory surgery center in Southlake, Texas. If you are considering reconstructive or cosmetic surgery and would like more information about our Fort Worth location, please contact us to make an appointment.
Our Fort Worth, Texas, Location
Dr. Rumalla often sees patients from Fort Worth who are interested in cosmetic procedures such as breast surgery, body contouring, facial plastic surgery, and injectables. Our Fort Worth office is conveniently located in the hospital district south of downtown, about one minute south of Interstate 30. The office is located in the Plaza Professional building at 800 8th Ave., Suite 240, near Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, Cook Children's Hospital, Baylor All Saints Hospital, and Plaza Medical Hospital.
The Surrounding Community
Fort Worth, Texas, or “Cowtown,” is the seat of Tarrant County. Interestingly, the city limits extend into neighboring Denton, Johnson, Parker, and Wise counties. The historic city is the 16th largest in the country, with a population just over 740,000. Originally founded as a military post by the Army along the Trinity River in 1849, the region also has a rich Native American heritage. Fort Worth served a pivotal role as our nation expanded and grew after the Mexican American War and Civil War. In times of peace, the Chisholm Trail connected the more developed Eastern seaboard with the cattle and ranching industry in Texas. Later when the first railroads arrived, the Fort Worth Stockyards grew in prominence.
In more recent years, Fort Worth has become an important convention and tourist destination. Fort Worth has always embraced its rich Western heritage. World class museums like the Amon Carter Museum, the Kimball Art Museum, and Fort Worth Museum of Science and History are found in Fort Worth. The city also boasts the nationally recognized Fort Worth Zoo. In the heart of downtown, you will find Sundance Square with restaurants, bars, and shopping. Fort Worth is also home to Texas Christian University (TCU).
Fort Worth holds many nationally and internationally recognized events each year, including the PGA Colonial Golf Tournament, NASCAR and IndyCar Series sanctioned races at Texas Motor Speedway, the Cowtown Marathon, and the Main Street Arts Festival. For more information about the city, please visit Fort Worth's home page.