7700 Floyd Curl Dr, San Antonio, TX 78229
About Methodist Hospital
Methodist Hospital opened in 1963 as the first hospital in the now internationally acclaimed South Texas Medical Center. From the beginning, we’ve recognized the unique needs of each of our patients. It’s a process that we continue to improve on, creating ways to better serve the community when they need us most.
Our hospital has deep-rooted traditions of patient-focused care, faith-based philosophies and hiring staff that genuinely care for the well-being of others. As an organization, we promise to provide you, the patient, the highest quality of service and treatment as we strive to carry out the mission of Methodist Healthcare: Serving Humanity to Honor God.
Methodist Hospital offers a broad range of specialties including cardiology, cancer care, bone marrow transplants, emergency medicine, neurosciences, maternity care, gynecology and orthopedics. We are proud to say we have some of the best doctors in San Antonio at our facility.
As the flagship hospital of the Medical Center and of the Methodist Healthcare System of hospitals, we appreciate the support and recognition we receive from the community in being ranked number one in the Express-News Reader’s Choice Awards from 2009-2014. We also enjoy being the most preferred hospital in San Antonio, as consistently reported by the Consumer Research Corporation.
Thank you, South Texas, for making us the number one hospital in San Antonio. We are proud to serve you, your friends and your family.
Chief Executive Officer
Nov 05, 2015
“I just knew something was wrong and decided to take Anahee to another doctor,” said Sauceda. Sauceda was quickly dispatched to San Antonio for advanced care. It was in San Antonio that Anahee was diagnosed with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia (JMML).
Sep 17, 2015
Methodist Hospital is proud to announce that Paul Shaughnessy, M.D., has been appointed as Medical Director of the Adult and Pediatric Blood and Marrow Stem Cell Transplant Program at Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, TX.
Jul 23, 2015
Healthcare workers from Methodist Hospital and GenCure’s Cord Blood Center wiped tears from their eyes as 16-year-old Jathan Rivas shared how a cord blood transplant saved his life. The teenager received a cord blood transplant in August 2014. Without it, the disease would have been fatal.
Jul 17, 2015
Thank you, again, San Antonio! For the seventh year in a row you've voted us "Best Hospital," through the Express-News Readers' Choice Awards. We didn't just win an award, we retained your trust.
Jul 16, 2015
FIGHTING FOR TWO LIVES The only hope for Francis and her baby was a high-risk liver transplant. Within 36 hours of admission, Francis was placed on the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) liver location waiting list at the highest status.