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25th Anniversary Video

You can learn more about the history of this truly one-of-a-kind partnership that was intentionally structured to ensure all members of the South Texas community would benefit from quality, affordable primary and hospital care by watching our 25th Anniversary Video.

How Methodist Healthcare Benefits Our Community

Methodist Healthcare’s mission statement of ‘Serving Humanity to Honor God’ defines their ultimate purpose, and that goes far beyond just services and facilities.

Methodist Healthcare treats the medically underserved of the greater San Antonio community in a number of ways, including providing care at their nine hospitals and two freestanding Emergency Centers to everyone, regardless of ability to pay, and through the direct support of more than 30 non-profit health and human services agencies serving the community. As the city’s second largest private employer, Methodist Healthcare is able to make a significant impact in the community beyond their 27 health care facilities and caregivers.

Methodist Healthcare has a long history of serving the community through the offering of health education events and classes, screenings, transportation to medical facilities and many other activities that connect with their community where they live, work and play.

You can read more about Methodist Healthcare’s Community Benefit at the links below:

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Jaime Wesoloski

President & Chief Executive Officer

Jaime Wesolowski is the President and Chief Executive Officer at Methodist Healthcare Ministries. A healthcare executive with three decades of leadership experience, Jaime is responsible for the overall governance and direction of Methodist Healthcare Ministries. Jaime earned his Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration from Xavier University, and his Bachelor’s of Science from Indiana University in Healthcare Administration. As a cancer survivor, Jaime is a staunch supporter of the American Cancer Society. He serves as Chair of the American Cancer Society’s South Texas Area board of directors and he was appointed as Chair to the recently created South Region Advisory Cabinet, covering eight states from Arizona through Alabama. Jaime believes his personal experience as a cancer survivor has given him more defined insight and compassion to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of patients and their families.