Located in Luling, 50 miles southeast of Austin, Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital is a general acute care facility committed to providing quality inpatient and outpatient services for residents of Caldwell and surrounding counties. The hospital offers 24-hour emergency, plus comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services, health education and wellness programs.
Recently, Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital was named one of the top in the nation for patient satisfaction. The Outpatient Surgery department achieved a perfect score of 100% on the latest patient satisfaction survey. And the Emergency Unit was named among the top 10% in the nation for patient satisfaction. The results came from a survey administered by NRC Picker, a recognized industry leader that specializes in healthcare performance measurement.
Seton Edgar B. Davis is one of 25 hospitals in the state and the only hospital in the region to receive the Quality Improvement Achievement Award from Texas Medical Foundation Health Quality Institute. In addition, the facility received the coveted "Nurse-Friendly" designation from the Texas Nurses Association. Seton Edgar B. Davis joined only 31 hospitals across the state to earn this elite honor.
2014 Texas Hospital Quality Improvement Gold Award from TMF® Health Quality Institute
New Seton Luling Family Medicine Clinic Opens
On May 15, the new Seton Luling Family Medicine Clinic officially opened on the campus of Seton Edgar B Davis.
Forbes' Blogger: Forget SXSW - Austin's Most Radical New Idea May Be In Medical Education
April 21, 2015Living and working here in Central Texas, we've grown accustomed to hearing how Seton Healthcare Family, the University of Texas at Austin, Central Health and our other partners are working together, pursuing better ways to provide healthcare that could be a model for other communities. Now, all of this is starting to get national media exposure.
Dell Children's Surgeon Played Dramatic Role in Oklahoma City Bombing 20 Years Ago
April 17, 2015Two decades ago, a truck transformed into a homemade bomb ripped apart the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. Dr. David Tuggle, now a Dell Children's pediatric surgeon, was operating at a nearby children's hospital -- and later found himself under the debris with a surgical colleague, amputating a woman's leg in order to save her life.
The Hardest Part: Starting a Conversation About What Should Happen if You're Dying
April 16, 2015
"There is a perception that completing advance directives is only for people who are nearing end of life," said Tara Strain. "It's important to start the conversation when you're still able to speak for yourself. We'd like everyone to view advance directives as insurance, like we all have on our cars and homes, and view it as protection for potential future events that might occur."
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