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In 1969, a hospital auxiliary was formed to provide community health care to the Fredericksburg region. While that original dream of community volunteer support lives on with over 120 active members today, it led to something even greater.
Valentine’s Day is usually a day of cards, secret admirers, love and chocolate, but in Fredericksburg, Texas in 1971, it was something more. On that day, Hill Country Memorial Hospital opened its doors. To show their support for the new hospital, 5,000 people showed up – The entire population of Fredericksburg at the time.
This hospital was special. Not only did thousands of Gillespie County Residents attend the event, but 93% of them made a financial commitment to the hospital. It was more than just a health care solution for the community. It was an endeavor made possible by the community.
The spirit and participation continued when 135 members of the auxiliary helped to raise funds. When the hospital opened for business, they had 77 active volunteers.
Since then, Hill Country Memorial has grown from a single hospital to a vast network of clinics, offices, and specialties making it one of the more robust health care networks in the region.
Hill Country Memorial has always been a community health care initiative, and while some business practices have evolved, the original pillars and ideals remain. Hill Country Memorial is a locally run, Central Texas health care network of a hospital and clinics serving their beloved community with compassionate and personalized care.
We are: Innovators, dreamers, believers, experts, caretakers, life-givers. We are a lot of things, but above all, we are Hill Country Memorial.
In an effort to increase access to the care individuals and families deserve, HCM embarked on a multi-year strategic plan to provide all Hill Country Residents with Mission-Driven Health Care. For HCM, community benefit is our founding purpose. It is what we use to measure our future impact while actively connecting and strengthening the communities we serve.
Date Visited: 11-2018
Went in for vomiting and was told I was fine and to go home. The next day still vomiting and went back and it turned out it was blood. Don’t go to the fbg er
Created at: 01-11-2019
Date Visited: 01-2017
Surgery was successful and medical team was amazing. Disappointed with admissions because I wasn’t made aware some of the physician did not take my insurance
Created at: 04-18-2018
Date Visited: 12-2017
Doctor manners were horrible. Nurses gave better care then Doctor. Test done that were not required
Created at: 04-18-2018
You can request an appointment with specific doctor on hospital's website or make appointment request on HealthSoul.
The hospital accepts various types of health insurance, but individual coverage may be variable. You should check with your insurance whether the hospital is in network or not. You can make payment via cash, credit card or debit card.
The outpatient services are available from 8a.m. to 4 p.m. The emergency services are availabe 24 hours a day.
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