Network of hospitals
6565 Fannin St.
Houston, TX 77030
CEO: Marc Boom, M.D.
The Methodist Hospital System is comprised of a leading academic medical center in the Texas Medical Center and four community hospitals serving the greater Houston area. Each hospital is staffed with committed personnel who exemplify our core values: integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence. Patient safety, quality and service are our highest priorities.
The five hospitals that make up the system are:
- The Methodist Hospital, Houston: 766 beds, 5,957 employees
- San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, Baytown: 275 beds, 1,474 employees
- Methodist Sugar Land Hospital: 235 beds, 1,630 employees
- Methodist West Hospital, Houston: 116 beds, 868 employees
- Methodist Willowbrook Hospital, Houston: 241 beds, 1,474 employees
Methodist is consistently ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” list. The 2012 issue named Methodist among the country’s top hospitals in 13 of 16 specialties — more than any hospital in Texas — including: heart & heart surgery (12), ophthalmology (15), neurology & neurosurgery (17), gastroenterology (18), gynecology (20), diabetes & endocrinology (21), orthopedics (21), nephrology (23), geriatrics (26), pulmonology (26), urology (29), ear, nose & throat (33), and cancer (38).
Methodist’s primary academic affiliates are top-ranked Weill Cornell Medical College, New York Presbyterian Hospital, the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Methodist also has affiliations with the University of Houston, Rice University, Baylor College of Medicine and others. Methodist currently sponsors 198 medical residents in 36 programs.
Methodist Hospital System has been ranked among the 100 Best Companies to Work For by Fortune magazine since 2006.
- Medical Plan (choose one of two plans)
- Prescription Drug Plan
- Dental Plan (choose one of two plans)
- Vision Coverage
- Basic Life Insurance (paid by Methodist)
- Basic Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance (paid by
- Optional Life Insurance (employee and/or dependent)
- Voluntary Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance (employee
- Short Term Disability (paid by Methodist)
- Long Term Disability (paid by Methodist)
- Workers' Compensation (paid by Methodist)
Retirement Saving Plans
- 403(b) Tax Sheltered Annuity with employer matching
- Defined Contribution Plan Methodist makes contribution
- Savings Bond
Flexible Spending Accounts
- Health Care
- Dependent Care
Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Employees earn PTO accruals biweekly beginning your date of
hire, which may be taken as accrued
- PTO sell program occurs twice a year
- In addition to PTO, Methodist observes eight paid holidays
Transportation options vary depending upon the Methodist location.
Generally Methodist will subsidize one of the following modes
- Metro options include, Rail Pass, Local Bus Pass and Park-n-Ride
- Van Pools (VPSI)
- Tuition Reimbursement - Methodist will reimburse employees
for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level education courses
that are job related.
- Educational Assistance Program Additional financial assistance
for qualified benefits eligible employees with two years continuous
employment in good standing with Methodist for certain certifications/degrees.
- College Scholarship for Children Scholarships for children
of employees who are enrolled in approved programs leading to
a degree in health care (requires 2 years full-time employment
Employee Assistance Program
- All employees and dependents have access to resources to help
with everyday challenges of work and life.
- Employees may participate in a variety of wellness programs
that promote a healthier lifestyle
- Employees may participate in a plan that provides assistance
with legal matters
Adoption Assistance Plan
- Employees who adopt children are provided financial assistance.
Employees who are classified as regular
part-time or regular full-time are eligible for coverage in our
benefits program if scheduled to work 20 or more hours per week.
There are differences in benefits coverage between part-time
and full-time employees.
Updated May 26, 2013