Methodist Healthcare Systems
San Antonio Community Resource Directory
As part of our mission, Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services. Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.
A financially indigent person is one who is uninsured or underinsured and is accepted for care with no obligation or discounted obligation to pay for services based on income and family size. The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care. A medically indigent patient is a person whose medical and hospital bills after payment by third party payers exceeds 1O percent of the person's annual gross income and the person is unable to pay the remaining bill. Methodist Healthcare may consider other financial assets and liabilities of the patient when determining ability to pay. Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance. In most cases, patients that fall below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines based on total household income may receive 100 percent of their bill forgiven (subject to income verification/documentation requirements). In certain cases, other discounts ranging from 40 to 90 percent apply if the patient's total household income is over 200 percent and not more than 500 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
(210) 575-5000
As part of our mission, Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services. Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.
A financially indigent person is one who is uninsured or underinsured and is accepted for care with no obligation or discounted obligation to pay for services based on income and family size. The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care. A medically indigent patient is a person whose medical and hospital bills after payment by third party payers exceeds 1O percent of the person's annual gross income and the person is unable to pay the remaining bill. Methodist Healthcare may consider other financial assets and liabilities of the patient when determining ability to pay. Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance. In most cases, patients that fall below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines based on total household income may receive 100 percent of their bill forgiven (subject to income verification/documentation requirements). In certain cases, other discounts ranging from 40 to 90 percent apply if the patient's total household income is over 200 percent and not more than 500 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
(210) 575-7000
As part of our mission, Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services. Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.
A financially indigent person is one who is uninsured or underinsured and is accepted for care with no obligation or discounted obligation to pay for services based on income and family size. The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care. A medically indigent patient is a person whose medical and hospital bills after payment by third party payers exceeds 1O percent of the person's annual gross income and the person is unable to pay the remaining bill. Methodist Healthcare may consider other financial assets and liabilities of the patient when determining ability to pay. Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance. In most cases, patients that fall below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines based on total household income may receive 100 percent of their bill forgiven (subject to income verification/documentation requirements). In certain cases, other discounts ranging from 40 to 90 percent apply if the patient's total household income is over 200 percent and not more than 500 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
(830) 769-3515
As part of our mission, Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services. Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.
A financially indigent person is one who is uninsured or underinsured and is accepted for care with no obligation or discounted obligation to pay for services based on income and family size. The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care. A medically indigent patient is a person whose medical and hospital bills after payment by third party payers exceeds 1O percent of the person's annual gross income and the person is unable to pay the remaining bill. Methodist Healthcare may consider other financial assets and liabilities of the patient when determining ability to pay. Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance. In most cases, patients that fall below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines based on total household income may receive 100 percent of their bill forgiven (subject to income verification/documentation requirements). In certain cases, other discounts ranging from 40 to 90 percent apply if the patient's total household income is over 200 percent and not more than 500 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
(210) 575-4000
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As part of our mission, Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services. Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.

A financially indigent person is one who is uninsured or underinsured and is accepted for care with no obligation or discounted obligation to pay for services based on income and family size. The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care.

A medically indigent patient is a person whose medical and hospital bills after payment by third party payers exceeds 1O percent of the person's annual gross income and the person is unable to pay the remaining bill. Methodist Healthcare may consider other financial assets and liabilities of the patient when determining ability to pay.

Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance. In most cases, patients that fall below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines based on total household income may receive 100 percent of their bill forgiven (subject to income verification/documentation requirements). In certain cases, other discounts ranging from 40 to 90 percent apply if the patient's total household income is over 200 percent and not more than 500 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.

(210) 575-8110
(210) 575-0500
As part of our mission, Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services. Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.
A financially indigent person is one who is uninsured or underinsured and is accepted for care with no obligation or discounted obligation to pay for services based on income and family size. The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care. A medically indigent patient is a person whose medical and hospital bills after payment by third party payers exceeds 1O percent of the person's annual gross income and the person is unable to pay the remaining bill. Methodist Healthcare may consider other financial assets and liabilities of the patient when determining ability to pay. Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance. In most cases, patients that fall below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines based on total household income may receive 100 percent of their bill forgiven (subject to income verification/documentation requirements). In certain cases, other discounts ranging from 40 to 90 percent apply if the patient's total household income is over 200 percent and not more than 500 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
(210) 638-2000
As part of our mission, Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services. Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.
A financially indigent person is one who is uninsured or underinsured and is accepted for care with no obligation or discounted obligation to pay for services based on income and family size. The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care. A medically indigent patient is a person whose medical and hospital bills after payment by third party payers exceeds 1O percent of the person's annual gross income and the person is unable to pay the remaining bill. Methodist Healthcare may consider other financial assets and liabilities of the patient when determining ability to pay. Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance. In most cases, patients that fall below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines based on total household income may receive 100 percent of their bill forgiven (subject to income verification/documentation requirements). In certain cases, other discounts ranging from 40 to 90 percent apply if the patient's total household income is over 200 percent and not more than 500 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
(210) 736-6700
As part of our mission, Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services. Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.
A financially indigent person is one who is uninsured or underinsured and is accepted for care with no obligation or discounted obligation to pay for services based on income and family size. The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care. A medically indigent patient is a person whose medical and hospital bills after payment by third party payers exceeds 1O percent of the person's annual gross income and the person is unable to pay the remaining bill. Methodist Healthcare may consider other financial assets and liabilities of the patient when determining ability to pay. Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance. In most cases, patients that fall below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines based on total household income may receive 100 percent of their bill forgiven (subject to income verification/documentation requirements). In certain cases, other discounts ranging from 40 to 90 percent apply if the patient's total household income is over 200 percent and not more than 500 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
(210) 757-2200
As part of our mission, Methodist Healthcare provides care to patients without financial means to pay for hospital services. Care will be provided to all patients who present themselves for care at any Methodist Healthcare facility without regard to race, creed, color or national origin and who are classified as financially or medically indigent.
A financially indigent person is one who is uninsured or underinsured and is accepted for care with no obligation or discounted obligation to pay for services based on income and family size. The hospital uses poverty income guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine a person's eligibility for charity care. A medically indigent patient is a person whose medical and hospital bills after payment by third party payers exceeds 1O percent of the person's annual gross income and the person is unable to pay the remaining bill. Methodist Healthcare may consider other financial assets and liabilities of the patient when determining ability to pay. Financial assistance with respect to emergency and medically necessary care may be available to patients who do not qualify for state or federal assistance. In most cases, patients that fall below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines based on total household income may receive 100 percent of their bill forgiven (subject to income verification/documentation requirements). In certain cases, other discounts ranging from 40 to 90 percent apply if the patient's total household income is over 200 percent and not more than 500 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
(210) 757-7000
It's a C Thing is a monthly support group for young adult cancer patients, survivors, and their families.
Young adults between the ages of 18 - 39 diagnosed with cancer, cancer survivors, and their families
Free
4th Thursday of every month, 6:30-8:00pm
Rachel Luna, LCSW - Social Worker Send email
(210) 575-6950
• Free, confidential pregnancy testing • Doctor referral • Medicaid assistance • Childcare classes • Car seat distribution • WIC and other community resources • Bilingual staff
Medicaid based on income. Services free
Mon-Thu, 8:00am-5:00pm; Fri, 8:00am-12:00pm No appointment needed.
(210) 233-7023
• Free, confidential pregnancy testing • Doctor referral • Medicaid assistance • Childcare classes • Car seat distribution • WIC and other community resources • Bilingual staff
Medicaid based on income. Services free
Mon-Thu, 8:00am-5:00pm; Fri, 8:00am-12:00pm No appointment needed.
(210) 233-7019
• Free, confidential pregnancy testing • Doctor referral • Medicaid assistance • Childcare classes • Car seat distribution • WIC and other community resources • Bilingual staff
Medicaid based on income. Services free
Mon-Thu, 8:00am-5:00pm; Fri, 8:00am-12:00pm No appointment needed.
(210) 233-7022
Free, confidential pregnancy testing • Doctor referral • Medicaid assistance • Childcare classes • Car seat distribution • WIC and other community resources • Bilingual staff
Medicaid based on income. Services free
Mon-Thu, 8:00am-5:00pm; Fri, 8:00am-12:00pm No appointment needed.
(210) 354-3911
• Free, confidential pregnancy testing • Doctor referral • Medicaid assistance • Childcare classes • Car seat distribution • WIC and other community resources • Bilingual staff
Medicaid based on income. Services free
Mon-Thu, 8:00am-5:00pm; Fri, 8:00am-12:00pm No appointment needed.
(210) 233-7021

At Methodist Healthcare's Women and Teen Center, our goal is to assist you while you navigate parenthood and all its responsibilities. Whether you are an older woman or teen mom, we provide services to help make your experience a bit easier.

  • Free, confidential pregnancy testing
  • Prenatal education
  • Doctor referral
  • Medicaid application assistance
  • Basic Infant and Childcare classes
  • Car seat distribution
  • Car seat installation station
  • WIC and other community resources
  • Bilingual staff

 

Medicaid based on income.
Services free

Mon-Thu, 8:00am-5:00pm; Fri, 8:00am-12:00pm No appointment needed.
Anita Sanchez - Site Coordinator Send email
(210) 575-5561