Seton Northwest Hospital offers convenient and comprehensive health services for our neighbors in northwest Austin. This 124-bed hospital provides a broad range of complex medical-surgical services in a warm, friendly environment.
Our Emergency Department is a designated Level IV Trauma Center using the latest technologies and a vast network of specialists to treat unexpected illness and injury around the clock. Our superior Women’s Services include the maternity unit, a Level II special care nursery, preventive screening mammograms and innovative alternatives to traditional gynecological surgery. For a look inside our facility, take our maternity virtual tour.
Seton Northwest has long been recognized for its outstanding nursing practices. This was validated when the hospital received the highest honor of the American Nurses Association—Magnet designation. In addition, Seton Northwest was one of only three U.S. hospitals initially chosen by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to participate in an initiative called Transforming Care at the Bedside.
Seton Northwest Hospital News and Events
New Clinics Open in Luling, and Northwest Austin, Heralding New Seton Strategy
May 17, 2013Seton's strategy to expand primary care in Central Texas led this past week to the opening of two new medical clinics, in Luling and in northwest Austin. And more clinics are coming so more patients can get the care they need before their aillments worsen and they end up seeking costly emergency care.
Options for Children with Scoliosis Explored at Free May 21 Seminar
May 15, 2013New nonsurgical and surgical options for treating children afflicted with scoliosis - curvature of the spine - will be explored Tuesday evening, May 21, by a fellowship-trained adult and pediatric surgeon who is co-chair of the Seton Spine & Scoliosis Center.
Watson Honored as Doctor-Led Medical Research Projects Announced
April 19, 2013Sen. Kirk Watson, architect of the visionary "10 Goals in 10 Years" plan to improve Central Texas' health care, economy and quality of life, was honored at the 7th Annual UMC Brackenridge Luncheon. At the same event, a new video debuted that looks ahead to the new teaching hospital and $186,000 in medical research grants were awarded.