History of Methodist Charlton Medical Center

Serving Southern Dallas County for More Than 40 Years

Methodist Charlton Medical Center is part of Methodist Health System, one of North Texas’ oldest nonprofit health systems. Methodist Health System opened Charlton Methodist Hospital (which would later be named Methodist Charlton Medical Center in 2003) in 1973 to serve the growing communities of Southern Dallas County.

The Methodist Health System Board of Directors was determined to grow a strong healthcare provider in this area, and initiated a $100 million dollar building program. As a result Methodist Charlton Dallas Medical Center continues to grow alongside the communities it has served for so long.

Where We Are Today

Today Methodist Health System's service areas cover a population of well over one million people. We believe that the innovation, dedication, and vision that have helped us thrive over the past decades will help ensure our strength well into the future. We look forward to serving our community for generations to come.

Learn more about our leadership team and our numerous quality awards.

Texas law prohibits hospitals from practicing medicine. The physicians on the Methodist Health System medical staff are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Methodist Health System, or any of its affiliated hospitals.