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Huguley Memorial Medical Center

(Private)  
Healthcare - Health Services
2,500 - 5,000 employees  |  
Overview
Huguley Memorial Medical Center, a part of Adventist Health System/Sunbelt was opened in February 1977. It is named after Herbert T. Huguley, MD, a dentist and a real estate investor from Dallas, Texas who left his $6 million estate to the Adventist Church to build a hospital in honor of his parents. Dr. Huguley was a dentist who studied at Tulane University. He served in his profession 34 years. He always had a big heart for those in need. He was very devoted to his mother and to other family members of the family. During World War II he was a Lieutenant Commander in the Navy. For several years he played the violin in the Dallas Symphony Orchestra where he held the coveted first-chair position. Dr. Huguley died on May 22, 1967 at the age of 69. He left a legacy that will continue to bless humanity.

After Dr. Huguley's initial donation, more than $3.25 million was contributed by foundations, individuals and corporations. The Fort Worth Leadership Committee chaired by Louis J. Levy, M.D., in concert with the Adventists, conducted the successful capital campaign. The campaign which culminated in 1977, was the largest voluntary support effort for a hospital Fort Worth had seen until that time.

Nearly $2.5 million was contributed to the project by seven major funding sources: the Amon G. Carter Foundation, Paul G. Pewitt, the J. E. and L. E. Mabee Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, the Fort Worth Clearing House Association and the Texas Electric Service Company. There has been a continuing partnership between the communities and Huguley ever since.
Career Opportunities
Huguley Memorial Medical Center receives Award of Excellence!

Huguley Memorial Medical Center is proud to receive the Texas Health Care Quality Improvement Award of Excellence, the top quality improvement award from TMF Health Quality Institute (TMF), Texas' Medicare Quality Improvement Organization. The award recognizes Huguley Memorial Medical Center's efforts to improve patient outcomes on select national quality measures. Out of more than 390 eligible Texas hospitals, 63 have met the criteria and have been presented with the Texas Health Care Quality Improvement Award of Excellence.
Mission
The Mission of Huguley Memorial Medical Center is to further the healing ministry of Christ by:

  • Identifying and meeting the health needs of our community
  • Providing quality, customer oriented and cost effective services
  • Ensuring access to those services
  • We will act ethically, fairly and honestly, recognizing the value of individual diversity and our role as a Christ-centered organization.
  • Services
  • Behavioral Health
  • Critical Care
  • Diabetes Management
  • Dialysis
  • Home Health
  • Imaging Services
  • Laboratory
  • Mobile Health Services Bus
  • Oncology
  • Contact
    huguleyresumes@ahss.org

    USPS mail to:
    Human Resources
    Huguley Memorial Medical Center
    PO Box 6337
    Fort Worth, TX 76115

    Human Resources Fax:
    817-551-2455