San Antonio, TX - Methodist Hospital Northeast announced expansion plans with the addition of Methodist Plaza II, a second medical office building in the City of Live Oak. Methodist Plaza II will be a three-floor facility, spanning over 73,000 square feet. It will include a hospital-based outpatient surgery center with five operating rooms, robotic surgery capabilities, and a cardiology imaging center. In addition to patient care services, Methodist Plaza II will be home to several Methodist Hospital Northeast partners: Alamo City Surgeons, Cardiology Clinic of San Antonio (CCSA), Northeast Pulmonary and Sleep Associates (NEPSA), Sports Medicine Associates of San Antonio (SMASA) and Virtuosa.

This expansion is phase two of a larger growth plan for Methodist Hospital Northeast, which encompasses the development of a third medical office building. “As our community continues to grow quickly, the increased demand for high-quality healthcare is a need we are ready and eager to provide,” said Michael Beaver, CEO at Methodist Hospital Northeast. “Methodist Plaza II will help elevate our clinical services to support the community. As our community grows, so will we- with even bigger plans for the future.”

Over the past two years, Methodist Hospital Northeast has grown to include a new hybrid operating room, a 30-bed state-of-the-art Progressive Critical Care Unit, a 30-bed Orthopedic Neurosurgical Unit and a parking garage expansion. The hospital has also increased access to emergency services by opening Methodist ER Nacogdoches, Methodist ER Converse and will soon open Methodist ER New Braunfels, to meet the growing demands of the northeast Bexar, Guadalupe and Comal Counties.