Award-Winning Reputation for outstanding patient care

Methodist Healthcare System is a 50-50 co-ownership between Methodist Healthcare Ministries, South Texas’ largest non-public funding source of community health care, contributing $976 million since 1995; and HCA Healthcare, the nation’s leading provider of health care services. Methodist Hospital (MH) is one of the system’s nine acute care hospitals.

Opened in 1963, Methodist Hospital has grown to be the flagship facility of Methodist Healthcare System.

  • Methodist Hospital offers a broad range of specialties including cardiology, oncology, emergency medicine, neurosciences, maternity care, gynecology and orthopedics.
  • As the largest provider of cardiovascular services in South Texas, Methodist Hospital offers the most comprehensive care so all cardiovascular needs can be treated close to home.
  • Offering the most all-inclusive care within Women’s Services, Methodist Hospital provides a modern birthing experience while able to care for the most complex and critically-ill mothers and babies.

811 Licensed Beds
25 Operating suites
Nationally Accredited - Level III - Trauma Center
Only Intraoperative MRI Suite in South Texas
Largest provider of Life-saving ECMO Program in San Antonio
Largest Robotics program in the world with 91% market share
Adult blood and Marrow Stem Cell Transplant Programis the First Fact Accredited Program - in the Nation -

Key service lines (2018)

Cardiology: 6,750+ procedures
Robotic Surgeries: 2,800+ procedures
Surgical Oncology: 700+ procedures
OB Deliveries: 5,400+ deliveries
Neurosurgery: 1,460+ procedures
Stroke Care: 1,400+ procedures

Outcomes (2018):

  • Complication Rate: 30% better than expected for complex patient population
  • Catheter Associated Bloodstream Infections: 40% below the national expected value (SIR)
  • Door-to-Balloon Time for Heart Attack Care: Better than national goal of 90 minutes, 100% of the time
  • Median Door-To-Needle Time for Stroke Patients: 42.5 minutes, better than national goal of 60 minutes
  • Bone Marrow Transplant Survival (1 year overall as reported by CIBMTR – Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research): 74%, above the national average of 72%

Physician Satisfaction:

  • 2018 Survey
    • Key Drivers of Excellence: Overall Quality of Care
      • Nursing Care
      • Emergency Services
      • Administration

Executive Leadership:
Dan Miller, Chief Executive Officer
Jane Appleby, MD, Chief Medical Officer
Jane McCurley, Chief Nursing Officer

Methodist Hospital San Antonio
7700 Floyd Curl Drive
San Antonio, TX 78229
Phone: (210) 575-4000
Methodist Hospital San Antonio