Affordable Care for low-income, uninsured.

Available Services

Do I Qualify?

Our services are designed for people without insurance or ability to pay standard fees. Visits are charged on a sliding fee scale based upon ability to pay, household income and family size—but no one will be turned away based on ability to pay.

Take our Eligibility Quiz to see if you qualify and how we can help you.

Where We Serve

The Rio Texas Conference of the United Methodist church, which spans 74 counties, defines Methodist Healthcare Ministries’ service area.

Who We Serve


Average Age


spanish speaking


Female Patients


Hispanic Population

How We Serve

Methodist Healthcare Ministries is committed to delivering high quality, affordable care that is centered around each patient, providing support to make the best choices for their own health and well-being. We recognize that patients come to us seeking relief not only from physical conditions, but also healing from emotional and spiritual trauma. 

Using evidence-based practices, we listen carefully to each patient and offer integrated medical, behavioral and oral health care that is coordinated alongside parenting and wellness classes so that each patient has the opportunity to thrive. 

What We Offer – In San Antonio



Behavioral Health


Recreation & Enrichment

Community Health Workers

Wesley Nurse

Other Community Resources

What We Offer – Outside San Antonio

Community Counseling



Wesley Nurse

Community Health Workers

Other Community Resources

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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.