About Southwest General Hospital
Southwest General Hospital has provided high-quality healthcare for residents of southwest San Antonio for over 30 years and continues to be the only healthcare facility in this section of the city. Southwest General is a 327-bed facility staffed by experienced healthcare professionals. The hospital is committed to providing high-quality health services and an excellent patient experience. Southwest General has earned numerous distinctions for quality, including accreditations for Chest Pain, Stroke, Bariatric Surgery, and Wound Care.
Full service 26-bed emergency department with a helipad. Our ER also offers a fast-track clinic for minor emergencies.
Chest Pain Center
Southwest General Hospital has been granted Chest Pain with PCI Accreditation by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care – Chest Pain Centers. This accreditation solidifies that our clinical processes are streamlined for quick assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of a heart attack.
Certified Primary Stroke Center
Southwest General Hospital’s certificate of distinction for Primary Stroke Centers recognizes the hospital for providing better, faster care to improve stroke patient outcomes.
Specializing in heart, orthopedics, general surgery, and surgical weight loss procedures.
Behavioral Health Services
Adult inpatient and outpatient programs including individual and group therapy as well as chemical dependency services.
We serve women in all stages of life with compassion, education and advanced medical care. For expectant mothers, the BirthPlace at Southwest General Hospital is designed especially for moms-to-be and includes labor and delivery, post-partum care, and a Level III NICU.
Our would care center is nationally accredited by the Underseas and Hyperbaric Medical Society. We care for those who suffer from chronic wounds caused by diabetes, vascular disorders, injury, pressure sores, and other conditions that slow down the body’s healing process.
Services Southwest General Hospital’s rehabilitation program is focused on helping people regain their quality of life through physical, occupational and speech therapy.
Advanced imaging technology includes CT scan, MRI, nuclear medicine, mammography, ultrasound, x-rays, and vascular interventions.