Whole Person Healthcare

Furthering the Healing Ministry and Cultivating Well-being in the Community

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As a member of Adventist Health System, Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South operates as a not-for-profit organization focused on improving the health of the community it serves, recognizing that total health is achieved through proper balance of physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being.

Every three years Texas Health Huguley conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment to determine the major needs in our area. This data is then used to develop a Community Health Plan to do our part to meet these needs by improving residents’ health through education, research, financial assistance, special clinical and non-clinical programs, and the provision of spiritual resources. These community benefits are offered without regard to profit. The sole purpose is to strengthen the well-being of the community and to aid vulnerable individuals such as the elderly and underprivileged.

Texas Health Huguley employees from many faiths and cultures unite to relieve suffering and bring healing to people. Our mission is to extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for the whole person—body, mind, and spirit. We treat everyone with dignity, respect, and compassion. 

In an effort to live out our purpose, to serve each person as if they were the one we love the most, Texas Health Huguley offers a number of ministries, community outreach services, and programs. These programs are based on our dedication to provide our community access to excellent care and our commitment to becoming the healthcare institution of choice for residents of Johnson and Southwest Tarrant counties.

We promote the CREATION Health initiative, a faith-based wellness program focused on educating and encouraging patients, staff, and community members on the philosophy that living out eight key principles––Choice, Rest, Environment, Activity, Trust, Interpersonal Relationships, Outlook, and Nutrition––will allow for whole person health and overall well-being.

We aim to reach our community members through free monthly interactive events and educational seminars such as “Senior Class” and “Ladies First.” Usually partnered with a physician, these events center around relevant health topics in an informative, fun, and empowering environment.

Texas Health Huguley’s Mobile Health Services Bus provides services such as vaccinations, screenings, and physicals to those unable to access healthcare due to a lack of transportation or adequate financial resources. Overseen by a physician, the Mobile Health Services Bus is staffed by a Family Practice Nurse Practitioner, a licensed paramedic, and various allied health professionals and volunteers. 

Among other ministry programs offered at Texas Health Huguley, a hospital chaplain is available for prayer and counseling 24 hours a day to support any spiritual need. Our Chaplain Services department also offers daily prayer services open to the community. Additionally, our Clinical Pastoral Education program provides interfaith, professional training for those seeking to broaden their scope of pastoral ministry. 

Our Community Health Plan, ministries, and outreach programs aid our philosophy of whole person healthcare and our ongoing commitment to be our community’s most trusted healthcare partner for life.

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