Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc. owns and operates two primary care clinics in San Antonio – Wesley Health & Wellness Center and Dixon Health & Wellness Center, in addition to one George Ricks School Based Health Center in Guadalupe County. The clinics address the medical, dental, and behavioral health needs for the uninsured. Services are provided on a sliding fee scale based upon ability to pay, household income and family size. Across our 74 counties, we operate a variety of free or low-cost community-based programs and services that support underserved individuals in improving the health of their body, mind and spirit. All services are centered around each patient seeking relief from physical conditions or healing from emotional or spiritual trauma. Using evidence-based practices, we listen carefully to each patient so that we can offer integrated, personalized wellness services that support each person to thrive.
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Integrated Healthcare

Integration means that providers of all our services work as a team to deliver different types of care specific to each patient’s needs. Each patient/client is cared for by a health care team that may include a doctor, dentist, psychiatrist, nurse, counselor, social worker, behavioral health consultant, health educator and other professionals. Each patient is the most important member of their health care team.

Primary Medical Care

Methodist Healthcare Ministries provides services that include health education, regular checkups, review of medications and prescriptions, and a discussion of any health issues you’re experiencing.

Oral Health Care

Dental care is offered in state-of-the art dental clinics. Methodist Healthcare Ministries provides preventative cleanings, dental health education, routing care and treatment of complex dental problems.

Behavioral Health Care

Mental health can change how people think, feel and act. Each time you meet with a member of Methodist Healthcare Ministries counseling team, you can learn ways to feel better mentally and physically. Every session is in a safe and private area. Whether you worry about family relationships, stress, depression, grief, anxiety or anger, counselors are here to assist by creating goals that will help put your mind at ease.


Community Health & Wellness

Methodist Healthcare Ministries 74-county service area spans several regions that include unique community conditions and environments that contribute to well-being. Our Community Health & Wellness programs respond to those distinct attributes through staff who partner with communities to address immediate health care needs and co-create sustainable healthcare solutions that advance health equity for years to come.
Community Health Workers

Community Health Workers or Promotores de Salud, serve a vital function of the organization’s ministry efforts. Community Health Workers have the distinct ability to reach vulnerable, low-income and underserved members of the community through their specialized knowledge of the communities they serve and their unique ability to engage community members at a hands-on level.


The Get FIT (Families in Training) program is a preventive program aimed at averting Type II diabetes, obesity and sedentary lifestyles for school-aged children and their families. The program integrates nutrition, physical fitness and character education to support the physical needs of students and their families and facilitate the healing of the mind, body and spirit.

Community Counseling

Community Counselors help people who are uninsured, whose existing coverage does not provide mental health services benefits, are low-income and lack the money to pay for counseling services, or who would not receive treatment any other way.

Recreation & Enrichment

Methodist Healthcare Ministries’ Recreation and Enrichment program provides fitness and wellness classes designed to improve the overall health and wellness of our clients and Community. Our classes provide long-term physical, mental and spiritual resources to promote health and wellness, and wellbeing of the body, mind and spirit.

Wesley Nurse

A Wesley Nurse is a faith-based community nurse who uses a holistic approach – mind, body, and spirit. Their mission is to help the community by offering free services that encourage a healthy lifestyle. Some of those services include health education, individualized diabetes education, referral assistance, facilitation of resources, and wellness classes.

Parenting Programs

Methodist Healthcare Ministries offers several programs to parents or caregivers across our service area. Programs including Meld, Parents as Teachers, are offered in San Antonio and surrounding areas. The Parents Helping Parents is offered at multiple sites throughout South Texas.

Prosperemos Juntos / Thriving Together (PJTT)

PJTT supports communities in shifting and sharing power to accelerate their journey toward health equity. Methodist Healthcare Ministries (MHM) strongly believes that communities are best equipped to improve their health and well-being. The ultimate goal of this collaborative is to provide coalitions with the knowledge and resources to strategically advance health equity, utilizing the Pathways to Population Health framework as a guide.

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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.