In 1927 we were simply Dallas Methodist Hospital, a nonprofit community hospital founded by Methodist ministers and civic leaders and placed in the heart of our city’s underserved neighborhoods. Today, Methodist Health System has 45 health facilities, including more than 40 Methodist Family Health Centers and Medical Groups and other specialty clinics. Our service area stretches from Mansfield to Waxahachie to McKinney, covering a population of more than a million.
We were created as a healing ministry, and healing is still our calling. We’ve always been deeply committed to our community’s health. That commitment keeps us on the forefront of medicine.
Methodist Dallas and Methodist Charlton Medical Centers are among Texas’ leading teaching and referral hospitals. We are known for our many specialty centers, including our long-standing organ transplant program for adult liver, kidney, and pancreas. We are also a founding member and sponsor of the CareFlite air and ground ambulance system. Wherever there’s a community health need, Methodist strives to meet it.
Today, Methodist is a leader in changing healthcare to improve quality, increase patient satisfaction, and save costs. As an employee, you and your family can count on receiving the same dedication to quality, experience, and savings. In fact, our goal is to become the healthiest healthcare system in the nation.
In the new millennium, Methodist has experienced tremendous growth, like the communities we serve. In just the last decade, we've expanded our acute-care hospitals; launched the new Methodist Richardson Medical Center and the Methodist Richardson – Campus for Continuing Care; opened scores of Methodist Family Health Centers and Medical Groups and other specialty clinics; and built the Charles A. Sammons Tower dedicated to emergency, trauma, critical care, and neuroscience services, including our Level I Trauma Center, the only one in southern Dallas County and one of only three in the Dallas area.
earning the prestigious 2015 Texas Award for Performance Excellence (TAPE), becoming the first member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network in North Texas, and being named a Best Place to Work by the Dallas Business Journal 13 years in a row.
The bigger we become, the more we need people who are skilled, compassionate, and collaborative to join our Methodist family. If you’re ready for work that gives you plenty of room to grow, we have a place for you.
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