Our Medical Services & Specialties
Explore Our Health and Wellness Services
Respect. Compassion. Excellence. These are values that are put to action every day at Baptist Health System, where you’ll find a full spectrum of medical specialties and health and wellness services to treat the whole person — mind, body and spirit. At Baptist in San Antonio, we believe that your relationship with your hospital should be personal, with professionals who understand that providing care is as much about caring for your overall well-being as it is for your body.
From the primary care doctor you choose to the clinical team you meet when you first walk through our doors, we strive to provide you with compassionate care to improve your quality of life for now and the future.
Specialty Health Services
In addition to expert primary care doctors, Baptist provides a variety of specialized medical services, including heart and stroke care, orthopedics, women’s health, wound care, surgery, cancer care, diabetes, emergency services, hernia care, rehabilitation, pediatrics and surgical weight loss.
To serve you better, we offer five hospital locations, 14 imaging centers, multiple urgent care locations and dedicated, kid-friendly centers, which means you won’t have to travel far from home to find high-quality care. Learn more about our locations.
Personal, Comprehensive, Compassionate — That’s Baptist Care
Whether you’re considering joint replacement surgery, preparing for a baby or fighting an illness, Baptist can help you find the right care and personalized treatment. We can only understand your health care needs if we understand you, so we take the time to get to know you personally. Your input, opinions and concerns matter. You can expect to receive the same level of care we would want for our own families. Personal, comprehensive, compassionate care. That’s Baptist Care.
"Caring for patients during this life-changing time is an honor,” says Dr. Felipe Garcia-Ghinis. “It’s always a wonderful feeling when I deliver a baby into a new mother’s arms."