2017 Funded Partners
Community grants are awarded annually to organizations who share in our mission of providing health care services to the uninsured and underserved population. Our model embraces a holistic approach to health care: mind, body, and spirit. Funds provided by Methodist Healthcare Ministries to partner agencies are intended to improve access to quality care in South Texas. Funding decisions are based on an organization's ability to effectively demonstrate successful outcomes and program measurement which are reviewed annually by our board of directors.
Funding in support of dental and oral health programs and services.
|CommuniCare Health Centers|
|Community Health Development, Inc.|
|Daughters of Charity Services|
|San Antonio Christian Dental Clinic|
|Tejas Health Care|
|UTHSCSA School of Dentistry|
|TOTAL DENTAL SERVICES||$ 2.6 MILLION|
REGIONALIZATION & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
Funding to support regional collaborative projects designed to influence population health.
|Proyecto Juan Diego|
|The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston|
|TOTAL REGIONALIZATION & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT||$ 0.5 MILLION|
HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL SHORTAGE
Funding to support initiatives designed to address the shortage of health care professionals.
|Alamo Colleges District|
|Amistad Community Health Center|
|Atascosa Health Center|
|Gateway Community Health Center, Inc.|
|Morningside Ministries (mmLearn.org)|
|Nuestra Clinica del Valle|
|South Texas Rural Health Services, Inc.|
|Texas A&M International University|
|Texas Lutheran University|
|UTHSCSA Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics|
|UTHSCSA - School of Dentistry|
|UTHSCSA - School of Medicine|
|UTHSCSA - School of Nursing|
|Vida y Salud Health Systems, Inc.|
|TOTAL HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL SHORTAGE||$ 3.4 MILLION|