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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 Hospital is proud to announce our official redesignation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Magnet hospital. Learn more »
Seton Northwest Hospital News and Events
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.
U.S. News & World Report Rankings: Seton Operates Five Top Hospitals in Austin Area
July 15, 2014Seton Medical Center Austin is No. 1 among 37 acute care hospitals for adults in the Austin metro area on U.S. News & World Report's highly regarded list of Best Hospitals for 2014-15. University Medical Center Brackenridge tied for No.2; Seton Medical Center Williamson and Seton Northwest Hospital tied for No. 5. Another Seton hospital - Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas - is ranked No. 49 among all U.S. children's
Seton's Marcie Wilson Honored with National American Heart Association Award
June 30, 2014Seton Cardiovascular Disease/Stroke Community Outreach Coordinator Marcie Wilson was among those honored at the American Heart Association national awards luncheon. She was presented with the Louis B. Russell Jr. Memorial Award, which recognizes an individual who has rendered outstanding service to minority and underserved populations.