COVID-19 Operations Information Hub

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Operations Updates

How to Get Help

How to Help

COVID-19 Resources

Operations Updates

As Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc. safely reopens operations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, every precaution is being taken to ensure the safety of our patients, clients and team members. Please read below to see how our adjusted operations might impact the way you interact with us during this season.

Following guidance from federal, state and local officials, Methodist Healthcare Ministries is making the following changes to our operations.

PLEASE NOTE: Methodist Healthcare Ministries’ health & wellness centers are not COVID-19 screening/testing sites.

Clinical Operations Adjustments:

These new procedures allow for increased risk-mitigation while continuing to provide affordable, high quality care for the least-served in the San Antonio area. Patients and clients can call (210) 922-6922 for more information about appointments. 

  • Wesley Health & Wellness Center
    • Will continue to see medical & behavioral health patients in the safest environment possible, either by a scheduled telehealth, in person or curbside as appropriate.
    • Oral health care appointments have continued. We have installed air mitigation systems, increased disinfection measures and our team members wear PPE that creates a very safe environment in which patients can receive their care.
    • Continues to provide case management/emergency assistance services (food, rent & utilities assistance, etc.) by appointment only.
    • Carvajal Pharmacy is not open for walk-ins, but is offering medication mail and delivery services for established patients during this time. If you need to refill your medication or speak to a pharmacist, please call 210-922-6922 and press option 4. 
    • Shifted all non-clinical services—parenting classes and recreation and enrichment activities for youth, adults and seniors—to a virtual environment. 
      • Virtual Parenting classes are offered via Zoom. Visit for more information and sign-up instructions.
      • Virtual Recreation & Enrichment classes are offered via Zoom. Visit for more information and sign-up instructions.
  • Dixon Health & Wellness Center
    • Oral health care appointments have continued. We have installed air mitigation systems, increased disinfection measures and our team members wear PPE that creates a very safe environment in which patients can receive their care.
    • Medical appointments continue to be conducted via telemedicine only or in-person by appointment at our Wesley Health & Wellness Center.
  • School Based Health Centers
    • Both SBHC locations are open and seeing patients for medical and dental services by appointment only.

Regional Operations Adjustments:

All our regional programs—Community Counseling, Get FIT, Wesley Nurse—have resumed on-site operations across our service area, and may adjust depending on local health guidelines and infection rates.

Corporate Office Adjustments (Including Community Grants, Policy & Advocacy and Accounting & Finance):

  • The building is closed to general public. Please call (210) 692-0234 for any questions related to our corporate office.
  • Site visits to funded partners by the Community Grants team are suspended until further notice.

We know many of you are taking similar action to protect yourselves and your families. We will continue to work collaboratively across our service area to provide safe ways to care for the most vulnerable in the face of this pandemic.


How to Get Help

Texas Workforce Commission: Applying for Unemployment.

School Meal Finder: The Texas Education Agency, in partnership with the Office of the Governor and Texas Department of Agriculture, has now launched a MealFinder Map for families to find school meals during the coronavirus outbreak.

Your Texas Benefits: To maximize food & household assistance needs for individual and family households, individuals who are recently unemployed due to the COVID-19 Emergency are encouraged to apply directly for benefits through the Texas Workforce Commission.

211 Texas: Committed to helping Texans connect with the services they need.

How to Help

Prevention Tips: The Texas Department of State Health Services has provided tips for individuals to prevent the spread.

Blood Banks: With blood supply at critically low levels, banks are exempt under “Stay Home, Work Safe” orders. Texans are encouraged to donate when and where they can.

Food Banks: Across the state, food banks are mobilizing volunteers and resources to help fellow Texans. Learn how you can help your community through monetary, tangible and time donations.

COVID-19 Resources

American Psychological Association: The APA has created a guide for how to best practice social distancing, while still getting necessary social support.

Centers for Disease Control: The CDC is providing rea-time information on the spread of the disease across the United States, as well as resources and tips to look out for in order to protect yourself and your family. In partnership with the CDC and Department of Health and Human Services, the White House has provided a resource and prevention guide for slowing the spread of COVID-19.

San Antonio Metro Health: If you have questions or concerns about COVID-19, please call San Antonio Metro Health COVID-19 Hotline at ( 210) 207-5779

Texas Department of State Health Services: The TDSHS is providing an up-to-date count of confirmed cases in each Texas county.