The Clinical Education Center at Brackenridge is the result of a powerhouse academic collaboration involving the Seton Healthcare Family and area education leaders, creating an innovative approach to address education, training, and the current growing shortage of nurses, physicians and other skilled clinical personnel in Central Texas.
Clinical Education Center Facts at a Glance:
- 12 Training Rooms
- 7 Conference Rooms
- 2 Computer Labs
- 4 Skills Labs with 45 patient care areas
- 4 High fidelity simulation labs featuring 6 high fidelity manikins
- Wireless Internet access
- Catering and nearby restaurants
- Dedicated Parking Garage
- 24/7 operation and security
- Medical Library serving all Seton staff and CEC students with two professional medical librarians, online databases and print collection.
The Clinical Education Center is an exciting and innovative partnership involving the Seton Healthcare Family, University of Texas Medical Branch, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, UT School of Nursing, Concordia University School of Nursing , Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and Austin Community College School of Nursing.
Clinical Education Center News and Events
Seton's New Teaching Hospital Will Have a 'Distinctly Austin Flair'
March 6, 2014Seton unveiled artist renderings of the new teaching hospital that will be built across from the Univesity of Texas at Austin's new Dell Medical School. As the Austin American-Statesman reported today, the new 211-bed, $295 million hospital will have "a distinctly Austin flair," built with local materials in a "green building" manner.
Patient Tells Newspaper Readers He 'Feels at Home' With His Seton Doctor
March 4, 2014In a letter to the editor, the patient said his doctor "showed sincere compassion, was totally polite, friendly and, above all, professional. He made me feel at home." This was no news to the team that works with Dr. Randall Kirtley.
112 Years Later, Seton Hospital Founders Daughters of Charity Are Moving On
February 24, 2014Reporter Mark Gwin of KUT-FM, Central Texas' National Public Radio station, aired a story Feb. 21 about the Daughters of Charity, their 112-year history of providing medical care locally, their commitment to serving the poor and vulnerable -- and their upcoming departure. The last six daughters are leaving this year to serve elsewhere.