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GUIDED BY EXPERIENCE
At Seton Medical Center Williamson,
you'll find an environment designed for warmth and healing care. Whether it's a hospital stay, an ER visit or getting lab work, we considered every detail in our innovative hospital design to make your experience a positive and memorable one for you and your family. We provide amenities such as rooms that offer low noise, room service, interactive TV, and even a cozy spot for visitors to sleep. Most importantly, you can rest assured knowing your care is guided by the experience that makes the Seton Family of Hospitals your first choice for healthcare in Central Texas. Our outstanding teams of caregivers are equipped with leading technology and will work together to honor Seton's philosophy of caring for the whole person: body, mind and spirit.
The commitment of the men and women who practice the healing arts at Seton Williamson goes far beyond the basic medical accommodation of patients and families. The Associates of Seton Medical Center Williamson are fired with passion, creativity, and innovation, and their pledge is to make Seton Williamson a place where patients and families feel safe, not just physically, but emotionally.
Seton Medical Center Williamson News and Events
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."