Patient and visitor resources at Methodist Hospital Hill Country
Methodist Hospital Hill Country, formerly Hill Country Memorial, looks forward to partnering on the next generation of delivering high-quality patient care right here in Fredericksburg, Texas.
- Bill pay
- Campus map
- Classes and events
- Newborn birth certificate information
- Pastoral care
- Patient financial resources
- Patient forms
- Register for an appointment
- Request medical records
- Schedule a mammogram
- Texas pricing transparency
- Wellness center
We believe our employees should be able to voice their concerns about tough workplace issues like harassment and discrimination, drug and alcohol use or workplace theft. Now, with our ComplianceLine, you can.
Simply call this number 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and let your feelings be known. All calls are totally anonymous, so you can help create an ethical workplace without fear of retaliation. We've made a commitment to compliance and want you to do the same. If you witness questionable activity in the workplace, make the call.
Creating balance for your mental health
Focusing on all aspects of health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. Mental health includes our emotional, physical and social well-being, which affects how we feel, think and act.
To learn more about dispelling myths about mental illness and take the first step toward change, visit WorkHealthLife.
Our chaplains at Methodist Hospital Hill Country are here for you. Please call (830) 990-6125 for support.
Additional community resources
There are other organizations focused on helping you manage your mental health in a healthy way.
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI has locations throughout Central Texas and helps connect you with information and resources on mental health.
MHA, Mental Health America, believes mental health conditions should be treated long before they reach critical stages in the disease process., and we're committed to addressing mental health B4Stage4.
If you feel you may be struggling with your mental health, visit mhascreening.org to check your symptoms.