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The SETON Family of Hospitals continues to build on a century of service, committed to providing access to comprehensive, leading edge, compassionate health care to our patients, regardless of their ability to pay. In the future, SETON wants to further that proud tradition, and to be successful means addressing the ever-growing demand of our changing community. Through leadership, collaborative efforts and good stewardship, SETON can meet those demands and truly make an impact on those we serve.

Community Partners News and Events

  • For Decades of Dedication, Sister Helen Brewer Receives 2014 Star Trustee Award
    July 25, 2014
    Texas Healthcare Trustees presented Sister Helen Brewer, past chair and current vice chair of the Seton Healthcare Family Board of Trustees, with its 2014 Star Trustee Award for outstanding work on behalf of Texas hospitals. Brewer, a member of the Daughters of Charity, which founded Texas' first hospital in Austin 112 years ago, was recognized at the 2014 Healthcare Governance Conference in Dallas.
  • Nursing Supervisor/New Dad Knows Good Nursing - and He Saw it at Seton Austin
    July 23, 2014
    When Greg Stermolle's wife was about to deliver their first child, Camille, the couple checked into Seton Medical Center Austin before dawn. As nursing supervisor for Austin Regional Clinic, Stermolle knows good nursing when he sees it. And at Seton Austin, he saw a lot of it.
  • Seton Williamson Associates Step Up for U.S. Marine Few Knew
    July 18, 2014

    When Joseph Gwatney, 71, died June 8 at Seton Medical Center Williamson, a mere handful of people knew him. No family or loved ones claimed his remains. He wished to be cremated, but he didn't leave behind any money to pay for it, much less cover the costs of a memorial service. Yet 100 strangers - including Seton Williamson assocates - came together July 17 for him in a Georgetown funeral home.

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image Seton is proud to have four hospitals – the only hospitals in Central Texas - that have earned the Magnet designation, the highest award for nursing excellence given by the American Nurses Association.
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