The Women’s Pavilion at Methodist Hospital is newly expanded, renovated and upgraded to ensure you welcome your bundle of joy in the newest and most modern facility in San Antonio. We have a new and easy-to-find entrance to labor and delivery through the Central Tower Lobby. Our 26 private labor/delivery/recovery rooms are outfitted with new home-like furnishings and technology. It’s no wonder more women deliver their babies at Methodist Hospital than any other hospital in San Antonio, welcoming more than 5,000 babies each year! Learn more at www.MethodistSpecialDelivery.com.
Methodist Hospital also has a newly renovated unit devoted to high-risk pregnancies. We have the largest and most sophisticated Newborn Intensive Care Unit in the region with 78 beds. The unit is certified by UnitedHealthcare as a neonatal center of excellence.
We also have a unit devoted to Women’s Services with specially trained nurses experienced in caring for women undergoing breast surgery, hysterectomy and other gynecological procedures.
Metropolitan Methodist Hospital A Campus of Methodist Hospital
Discover a special birthing experience in downtown San Antonio at the Metropolitan Methodist Women’s Pavilion. It’s the city’s only stand-alone birthing facility dedicated to women’s services and offering new families a comfortable and memorable experience. Opened in 2005, the pavilion boasts all the comforts you would find in a hotel. You will experience a smooth transition from labor & delivery to one of 35 private rooms in the mother-baby unit. These rooms are spacious providing a comfortable setting for your family and friends to welcome your new baby. We welcome nearly 4,000 babies a year at the Metropolitan Methodist Women’s Pavilion. The pavilion also features a Newborn Intensive Care Unit in case your little one needs special medical attention. Learn more at www.MetroSpecialDeliverySA.com.
Metropolitan Methodist Hospital recently opened its Breast Care Center to coordinate the care and treatment of women with abnormal mammogram results. This unique center offers a convenient location and physician director dedicated to providing outstanding Women’s Services.
Methodist Stone Oak Hospital
When you enter the lobby at Methodist Stone Oak Hospital, you will feel as though you are entering a five-star hotel. The soaring ceilings and glass walls will dazzle your senses. The hospital was designed on a model of “high-tech and high-touch.” Methodist Stone Oak Hospital is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations for new moms who desire a “suite delivery.”
The birthing unit features:
- nine luxurious private labor and delivery rooms that include ergonomically designed birthing beds to enhance comfort, flat screen TVs, guest Wi-Fi and rooming-in options for families
- a neonatal intensive care unit with experienced staff
- 15-minute massages for in-patient moms
- Biovideo® -- a free DVD of baby’s first day
- Visit www.SuiteDeliverySA.com for more information.
Methodist Stone Oak Hospital’s Women Services includes sophisticated, advanced imaging technology and surgical suites to provide a broad range of acute care services. Specially trained surgeons are using the DaVinci® Surgical System to perform minimally invasive hysterectomies, resulting in less blood less, less pain and a faster recovery than traditional hysterectomy procedures.
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7711 Louis Pasteur Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78229
7950 Floyd Curl Dr.ive Suite 600
Medical Tower One
San Antonio, TX 78229
134 Menger Springs
Boerne, TX 78006
7922 Ewing Halsell
San Antonio, TX 78229
1303 McCullough Avenue Suite 226
San Antonio, TX 78212
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