Welcome to Texas Health Southwest Fort Worth
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth serves the communities of Fort Worth, Benbrook, Crowley, Aledo and Granbury with advanced medical treatments and an experienced staff that provides compassionate care. With a mission of improving the health of the people in the communities we serve, Texas Health Southwest Fort Worth and the physicians on its medical staff are committed to your well-being and the health and wellness of your family.
Parking & Transportation
Free parking is available for all patients and visitors on the Texas Health Southwest campus. For more information on where parking is available, view or print a copy of the adjacent campus map.
- One visitor per day for patients who do not have COVID-19 or are not suspected of having COVID-19.
- Visitors may be allowed depending on the COVID status of the mother and support person. There is no restriction on visiting hours. Visit the full visitor policy for more information.
Neonatal ICU (NICU)
- Two parents/guardians are allowed to visit with no restrictions as long as neither parent/guardian has tested positive for COVID-19. Visit the full visitor policy for more information.
- No visitors in treatment areas of the Emergency Department unless needed to support with disability or impairment needs.
- No visitors. One visitor, but only if needed to support outpatient minors with disability or impairment needs.
For safety, positive/suspected positive COVID-19 patients will not have visitors.
Note: Dining Options currently limited; Gift Shop temporarily closed.
Location: First floor, near the plaza entrance
Monday through Friday
6:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
7 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Fresh Market Café
Location: First floor, Courtyard Café hallway
Available at all times, the Fresh Market Café offers traditional vending options along with fresh fruit, sandwiches and healthy snacks. Credit and debit cards are accepted.
The Gift Shop
Location: Main Hospital Lobby
Monday through Friday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
People of all faiths are welcome to use the chapel, located on the first floor of the main hospital. If you need a chaplain, please ask the nurse or call 817-433-5000.
Rebecca Tucker, President
Rebecca Tucker serves as president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth, promoted into that role in August 2018 after a stint as vice president of the system's Neighborhood Care & Wellness campuses in Burleson, Prosper and Willow Park.
As hospital president, Tucker oversees the day-to-day operations of Texas Health Southwest and Texas Health Clearfork as well as the ancillary departments and business development plans for the hospital's strategic initiatives.
Tucker exemplifies how individuals can grow their careers with Texas Health.
She joined the system in 2004 as an administrative assistant at Texas Health Plano while earning her degrees: a bachelor of science in kinesiology from the University of Texas and master’s degrees in business administration and healthcare administration from Texas Woman’s University.
After graduating, Tucker moved into the administrative resident program and began an upward trajectory that included responsibilities focused on streamlining services and leveraging clinical integration. She played a central role in opening the Neighborhood Care & Wellness operations, all of which are thriving today.
Tucker and her husband, Toby, are the parents of two young children and the family enjoys spending as much time as possible outside with their rescue dog, Stella.
Gretchen Hunt, Chief Nursing Officer
Gretchen Hunt, M.S.N., R.N., ACNS-BC, NEA-BC, serves as chief nursing officer at Texas Health Southwest, being promoted into the position in May 2018 after five years as associate chief nursing officer.
In that prior role, she served as a key clinical leader responsible for overseeing the planning, transitioning and opening of Texas Health Clearfork in the fall of 2016.
Hunt has provided leadership on a number of significant system nursing projects, including the standardization of nursing job descriptions, Reliable Care Blueprinting design, reporting and sustainment, as well as the Nurse Career Advancement Program (NCAP), which has experienced exponential growth over the last few years.
Hunt is an example for growing her career with Texas Health. She joined the system in 1994 as a staff nurse in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit at then Harris Methodist Fort Worth. While there, she climbed the ranks and became director of Clinical Education at Texas Health Fort Worth in 2007. Then, she moved to Texas Health Southwest to become director of Critical Care/Progressive Care/Med-Surg Services – a role in which she served for five years before becoming ACNO. During her time at Texas Health, Hunt has been recognized multiple times for excellence in leadership.
She holds an Associate Degree in Nursing from Western Oklahoma State Junior College, as well as a Master of Science in Nursing from Texas Christian University.
Born in California and raised in Muskogee, Okla., Hunt and her husband, Steve, brought their family to Texas "as quick as we could." The Hunts have two sons, Joshua and Jeremiah. The latter, along with wife, Julia, are parents of two young sons.
A military wife and mom, Hunt enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, as well as visiting the beach, golfing and fly fishing. She has served as Texas Health Southwest's American Heart Association entity lead since 2011, as well as president of the Nurse Central Organization of Nurse Executives (NCONE). She also is a member on the boards of the Texas Organization of Nurse Executives (TONE) and DFW Great 100 Nurses. Every year, Hunt volunteers to coordinate a flu clinic for adults and children in an underserved Hispanic community in Fort Worth.
G. Mark Montgomery, Chief Medical Officer
G. Mark Montgomery, M.D., joined Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth in August 2013, serving as chief medical officer. He arrived in Fort Worth from St. Joseph Health System in Bryan, Texas, where he had served since 1982, most recently as senior vice president and chief medical officer. He also was a founding partner of the Brazos Valley Women's Center in Bryan, and is an assistant clinical professor at Texas A&M University Health Science Center in College Station.
Montgomery has more than 20 years of clinical experience and 14 years as a physician hospital executive in a locally integrated community health system providing acute, rehabilitation, long term, critical access, and ambulatory health care. He is experienced in providing oversight for performance improvement, infection control, patient safety, accreditation and regulatory affairs, medical staff services and physician relations.
A graduate of Texas A&M, Montgomery received his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, followed by a residency at St. Paul Hospital. He also has earned a Master of Medical Management degree from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. He is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology and a member of the American College of Physician Executives.
Montgomery was born and raised in Victoria. His wife, Carol, is a native of Mineral Wells, and they have three children, two boys and a girl.
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