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Seton Medical Center Hays conveniently provides advanced medical care to the residents of Hays, Caldwell and South Travis counties. From cancer to cardiovascular disease, we offer a wide array of services and a team of expert medical professionals, including physicians who are all board-certified, to provide personalized care and help patients return to their normal lives.
We are the largest medical campus in Hays County with a state-of-the-art hospital, outpatient diagnostic and therapeutic services and a medical office building. We are also a member of the Seton Healthcare Family - the leading provider of health care services in Central Texas.
Seton Medical Center Hays News and Events
Pink Queso, Breakfast, Lunch and More Oct. 31 During SSW's Pink Pumpkin Day
October 28, 2014On Oct. 31, Seton Southwest Hospital concludes Breast Cancer Awareness month with Pink Pumpkin Day, a celebration featuring pink breakfast, pink lunch, pink queso and a panel discussion featuring the hospital's all-female breast reconstruction team of physicians. All events are free and open to the public from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Keeping Hospitalized Children Infection Free is Focus of New Visitor Restrictions at Dell Children's
October 28, 2014To keep patients safe during flu season, Dell Children's Medical Center will not be allowing brothers, sisters and other children who are age 12 or younger to visit patients in the hospital. The same restriction will apply to children age 13 to 17 who are not patient siblings and all visitors with symptoms suggesting they could have a respiratory virus that can further ail patients.
No One Dies Alone: KUT Radio Spotlights Seton Volunteer Program
October 22, 2014
Nurse Brenna Allsuch's patients are not going to get better, but she ensures their passing is as comfortable as possible. Chaplain Liz Powell and her network of volunteers from all over Austin consider a person's passing as sacred as their birth. They're committed to keeping someone company so that, no matter the circumstances, they don't die alone.