Earl R. Wilson, one of the founders of Methodist Rehabilitation Center and chairman of its board of trustees for 25 years, died of a stroke on September 25, 2000. His visionary leadership continues to inspire those who knew him and the legacy of hope he helped create lives on.
Methodist has gone far beyond its beginnings as a hospital for victims of
stroke, brain or spinal cord injuries. Today, researchers and medical staff
work together to provide cutting edge therapies for a broad range of neurologic
and orthopedic disorders. In its clinics, Methodist has become the place to
turn to for pain relief through innovative treatments that use a multidisciplinary
approach to get people back to the business of their lives.