Community Outreach

Methodist Healthcare realizes the importance of building lasting relationships within the communities it serves. Methodist Healthcare is proud to be involved with several organizations in Boerne. Several Methodist Healthcare team members have been enrolled in the Boerne Chamber of Commerce “Leadership Boerne” classes to become better acquainted with issues affecting Boerne and the State of Texas. Other examples of Methodist Healthcare participation in the Boerne community include a gift of valuable diabetes education for public school teachers, participation in several Weihnachts (Christmas) Parades with a float, a donation of a defibrillator to the Boerne High School Athletics Department and sponsor of the Rotary Charity Golf Tournament. Methodist Healthcare continues to support Country Mission for Health, Boerne YMCA Youth Athletic Sponsorship Package, Rainbow Senior Center Gala, Boerne Education Foundation's Wild, Wild West Gala and American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Kendall County.

As Methodist Healthcare changes to meet the growing needs of our communities, our commitment has remained the same—to continuously improve the health and well being of the communities we serve—“Serving Humanity to Honor God.” It was true when we first were chartered as a single hospital in 1955 and it will be true for every facet of Methodist Healthcare in the future.

Methodist Boerne Emergency Center Scholarship

Methodist Boerne Emergency Center, a department of Methodist Hospital, offers two $1,500 scholarships: one to a student from Boerne High School and another to a student from Boerne-Champion High School. The scholarships are for students who are planning a career in health care.

As technological advances help to extend the life expectancy of Americans, there is a growing need for health care professionals in every field from physicians and nurses to laboratory and radiology technicians. In an effort to meet the health care demands of the future, we want to encourage young people to seek careers in health care.

An application, transcript and essay are required and must be postmarked by April 20. Please submit your application materials according to the directions on the application. NOTE: Applications will be accepted between March 1 and April 20.

The Methodist Boerne Emergency Center, a department of Methodist Hospital, has served thousands of adults and children since opening in January 2008. It is the first center of its kind in the region to offer round-the-clock emergency care services for people of all ages in need of emergency medical treatment. It is a first-class facility with a top-notch staff that stands ready to serve you, your family and neighbors. Methodist Boerne Emergency Center looks forward to helping our next generation of health care professionals.

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION COMING SOON.