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$46M expansion for Methodist Healthcare hospital

Methodist Healthcare’s expansion project is part of a master plan to address rising demand. Last year, the Live Oak hospital treated more than 56,000 patients in its emergency department alone. Nearly 10,000 of those cases were pediatric patients. That’s more than half the volume of pediatric patients that all of Methodist’s other facilities combined — […]

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Methodist Healthcare purchases Forest Park Medical Center

Forest Park, a former boutique hospital at the crossing of Interstate 10 and Loop 1604, closed its doors in October 2015 and has sat vacant after going through foreclosure. Methodist Healthcare System of San Antonio, which operates more than a dozen facilities in the area, has bought the 155,000-square-foot facility. Vice president of communications and […]

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Methodist Healthcare buys 24 acres on far West Side

Methodist Healthcare System of San Antonio has purchased 24 acres of vacant land at the crossing of Loop 1604 and Texas 151 on the fast-growing Alamo Ranch area, property records show. The health care system, which operates more than a dozen hospitals in the area, already owns about 52 acres of vacant land at the […]

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Methodist Hospital plans $200M expansion in SA’s South Texas Medical Center

Methodist Hospital recently announced plans to kick off the largest-ever expansion of its facility and adjoining children’s hospital next year — a $200 million-plus project that will include construction of two new patient towers in the South Texas Medical Center. The project will add nearly 500,000 square feet to Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children’s Hospital facilities […]

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Metropolitan Methodist Hospital slated for $44 million expansion

Methodist Healthcare System, bracing for an anticipated sharp increase in demand for services in the center city, is preparing to make the next move on that front.  According to the San Antonio Business Journal, Methodist plans to break ground this summer on a major expansion of its Metropolitan Methodist Hospital.

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Metropolitan Methodist Gateway opens in downtown San Antonio

Downtown has a new medical office building.  The three-story Metropolitan Methodist Gateway (35,500 sf) is located at Interstate 35 between McCullough and Brooklyn on the Metropolitan Methodist Hospital campus.  The building features the Broadway Bank Downtown Banking Center in 5,000 square feet on the ground floor.  The remainder of the building is available for lease for physician’s offices.

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Second expansion planned for Methodist Stone Oak Hospital

  Now, only three years after Methodist opened its Stone Oak hospital, the system is already planning a second significant expansion of the facility.  The second expansion will include the addition of three operating rooms and a post-anesthesia care unit along with an expanded preparation and recovery area.  This latest project involves about 48,000 square […]

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Methodist buys and renames TexSan Heart Hospital

MedCath Corporation recently announced the completion of the sale of substantially all the assets of TexSan Heart Hospital, owned by MedCath and its physician investors, to Methodist Healthcare System of San Antonio.  The hospital has been renamed Methodist TexSan Hospital. 

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REOC Releases 4Q 2016 Medical Office Market Report

The San Antonio medical office market retained its positive gains into the fourth quarter to complete an overall positive year in 2016. The stable local economy and expanding demographics proved to be a stimulus for healthy leasing activity following demand for medical office space. The year-end total reached 83,514 square feet of positive net absorption […]

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Southeast Side medical space development

Methodist Healthcare Ministries has stuck a deal to acquire a 20-acre site along East Southcross Boulevard that includes the former Southeast Baptist Hospital. It’s a deal that will draw more medical services to the site and could breathe new life into an area ripe for additional reinvestment. Methodist Healthcare Ministries plans to spend as much […]

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