A Quarter Century of Compassionate Care

NCBH New Construction Shot

As North Central Baptist Hospital celebrates 25 years in Stone Oak, the hospital stands tall as a landmark that’s still growing. “Think back to what Stone Oak was 25 years ago,” says President and CEO Bill Waechter, recalling the sparsely developing area north of North Loop 1604 once considered the rural outskirts of San Antonio.

GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY HEALTH PAVILION - STONE OAK

Childrens Hospital of San Antonio Health Pavilion-Stone Oak

Today officials from CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System and The Children's Hospital of San Antonio,Trammel Crow Company (TCC) and Seavest celebrated a groundbreaking for The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Health Pavilion - Stone Oak. The three-story, 60,000 square foot medical office building is located at 1434 East Sonterra Boulevard.

Play a Round with a Hero!

Golf Heros

The 9th Annual American Wounded Heroes Golf Classic will take place on Monday, August 29, 2016, at The Club at Sonterra in San Antonio, Texas. The purpose is to raise funds in order to bring vital support and information to our rehabilitating American Wounded Heroes.

 

Solar Company Alba Energy Expands With New Office in San Antonio. Offering Special Discount to Stone Oak

Solar Home

Alba Energy, a leading Texas-based solar installer, has expanded its reach with a new office in downtown San Antonio. Headquartered in Austin, Alba Energy has been helping Texas residents and businesses make huge savings on their electric bills through solar. With more and more San Antonio residents going solar, Alba decided to open a new office dedicated to serving the San Antonio area.

Power out at Vineyard Ranch Elementary

Vineyard Ranch

Teachers, students and staff at two NEISD schools attempted to get through the school day with no electricity after early morning storms knocked out power to the school on Wednesday.

Methodist Stone Oak Breaks Ground on Expansion Project

Ground Breaking Ceremony
Methodist Stone Oak Hospital staff and volunteers, who were there when the hospital opened its doors 7 years ago, broke ground on a100,000-square-foot expansion project this morning. The expansion will include more than 70 additional beds, 36 surgical step-down beds, and a 15-bed acute rehabilitation facility for patients needing physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.  Joining in with shovels were two of the first babies born at Methodist Stone Oak Hospital when it opened in March, 2009.