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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
Project SEARCH at Seton Healthcare Family Expands to Fourth Location: UMC Brackenridge
September 18, 2014Project SEARCH, an innovative, business-led approach to competitive employment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will expand to its fourth Seton location - University Medical Center Brackenridge - and now provide internships for approximately 40 local high school students in Hays, Travis and Williamson counties.
Join the Conversation: Seton to Co-Host TEDMED Sept. 10-12
September 2, 2014
What if we gathered together thought leaders from all corners of the world to discuss some of the major issues, innovations and questions in health and medicine? That's the purpose of TEDMED, and the public is invited to participate, free of charge, Sept 10-12 at the Clinical Education Center at Brackenridge and at the Texas Medical Association.
Care, Dignity, Education and Innovation Will Guide New Seton Medical Center at UT
August 26, 2014
Construction of Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas, a $295 million, 211-bed teaching hospital, started with the unveiling of four philosophical cornerstones that will guide its operations: improving medical care; respect and dignity for patients and their families; educating the next generation of clinicians; and innovating through both practice and research.