Methodist Women's Hospital


Care that speaks to the emotional needs of women in a soothing atmosphere.

If you or a loved one are scheduled for surgery at Methodist Women's Hospital, we encourage you to take an active role in your surgical experience. Ask questions; understand what is expected of you, and what you can expect of us, before and after the surgery. And remember this: we are united in our commitment to delivering outstanding outcomes.


Surgical Suites designed for comfort, safety and with the latest technology.

Surgery Facilities

The surgery department includes:
  • two C-section operating rooms
  • four GYN operating rooms
  • six post-anesthesia care rooms
  • 17 prep/recovery rooms
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Within the prep/recovery section, three rooms are dedicated to C-section patients, three are dedicated to reproductive endocrinology patients.

Same-Sided For Safety

All operating rooms are designed with the location of beds, surgical equipment, oxygen lines and other supplies in the same place.

This safety feature minimizes the chance for medical errors and ensures greater efficiencies for physicians and staff.

For more information, be sure to read: A Guide to Surgical Services at Methodist.


Waiting for a loved one in surgery

FamilyVue monitors

For those waiting at the hospital during a loved one's surgery, we provide monitors to track the loved one's progress through the procedure. This service, called FamilyVue, displays coded messages that help keep track of the patient's surgical progress.

FamilyVue monitors are located in the Cafeteria and the surgical waiting area on the second floor.
More information, including examples of the screen displays can be found in this FamilyVue brochure.

McGowan Family Resource Center

Located west of the Baright Gift Shop in the lobby of the Methodist Women's Hospital, the McGowan Family Resource Center  provides free health information through books, videos and online searches.

Dining and Food Services

We offer an on-site cafeteria and barista area as well as 24-hour food service. Learn more.


Magnet Nursing - Excellence for You

American Nurses credentialing center Magnet Logo

In 2004, Methodist Hospital joined only 5% of the nation's hospitals to earn the Magnet Award for Nursing Excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Magnet status is considered the "gold standard" of nursing.

Sue Korth, vice president and chief operating officer at Methodist Women's Hospital said, "Magnet designation recognizes sustained excellence in nursing and is achieved only by nursing divisions that provide quality care on a consistent basis. We are proud of the effort our nurses put forth daily to promote a culture of empowerment, pride, respect, teamwork and integrity.” 

Read more about Magnet Nursing at Methodist Women's Hospital.

Learn more about the awards and recognition at Methodist Health System.


Da Vinci Robotic Surgery

Today, complex conditions can be treated with minimally invasive surgery using  a da Vinci robotic surgical system.

This system provides your surgeon with enhanced vision, precision, dexterity and control. It requires only a few small incisions so you can get back to life faster without the usual recovery time needed following traditional open surgery.

Benefits to having surgery with a da Vinci system include:

  • faster recovery and shorter hospital stays
  • less blood loss
  • minimal pain and complications
  • lower risk of infection
  • smaller incisions and less scaring

Methodist Women's Hospital Surgical Services Receives Quality Award

Methodist Women's Hospital surgical services has received a 2012 5-Star Award for overall quality of outpatient care from Professional Research Consultants.