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Roy B Rochon, MD

R. Bernard Rochon, MD
MSCI - President

The Medical & Surgical Clinic of Irving has served Irving and the surrounding communities since its humble beginnings in 1953. Our reputation for individual attention, a commitment to your healthcare needs and experienced doctors have made us the choice among Irving medical practices. Our constant evolution ensures that we stay at the forefront of medical advances as we bring in the best healthcare providers and state-of-the-art equipment, while our integrated network of physicians allows patients to quickly receive the care they need without the lengthy referral process found elsewhere.

Our professional staff of doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners represent years of experience in multiple fields of medicine. Our Irving, Texas medical group has helped thousands of patients and features numerous well-respected specialists, including Allergist, OB/GYNs, Pediatricians and Podiatrists. Be sure to search our full list of specialties and decide if we can help you with your healthcare needs.

Our regular hours are Monday through Friday from 8am until 5pm by appointment and most offices have same day availability. The After Hours Care Clinic, which is staffed by MSCI physicians, is available Monday through Friday from 5pm until 9pm, on weekends and many holidays from 9am until 4pm. No appointment is needed. Walk-ins are welcomed.

Latest News and Articles

Posted: January 27, 2015

Carbohydrates are the source of much concern for researchers and dietitians. Carbohydrates themselves are not necessarily bad or good for the body; in fact, they are often treated as long term storage of energy that the body can tap into later on. The cause for concern is often that we eat too many carbohydrates than our body needs, so we store the extra carbs as weight. For a long time, scientists and researchers thought that this is the extent of damage that carbohydrates did to our bodies. Read More >>

Posted: January 23, 2015

We have taken a look at the different kinds of fat (normal vs brown fat) and have looked at how some fat can actually be good for us. However, the kind of fat we’re about to discuss is definitely not a good type of fat. In fact, as more and more research sheds light onto this type of fat, the more researchers believe it is one of the unhealthiest types our bodies can display. Read More >>