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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

  • Seton Foundations Announce New Leadership Roles for 3 Executives
    January 22, 2015
    Significant philanthropic support has been and continues to be vital in furthering Seton's mission to care for all, with a special concern for the vulnerable. To help guide fundraising efforts and further develop relationships with community partners and supporters, The Seton Foundations are pleased to announce new roles for three key foundation leaders.
  • 'Profound Joy and Surreal Grief': Parents Wed at Dell Children's Right Before Their Son Passes Away
    January 15, 2015

    After the wedding in the Dell Children's Medical Center chapel, there was no reception. No honeymoon. Instead, the newly married couple soon would have to plan another ceremony: a funeral. Their best man, just three days shy of turning seven months old, passed away about an hour after the nuptials, in his parents' arms.

  • UMC Brackenridge's 15th Street Entrance Closed, but Red River Entrance Open
    January 7, 2015
    Beginning on Wednesday, Jan. 7, the 15th Street entrance to University Medical Center Brackenridge will temporarily close. This will impact ambulance, public and employee vehicular access to the hospital, its emergency room, and the parking garage. The lane closures will not cut off access to the hospital. The Red River entrance will remain open throughout construction.
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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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