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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
UT Austin-Seton Study Seeks to Help Psychiatric Patients Quit Smoking
November 13, 2014A $3 million, five-year federally funded study led by The University of Texas at Austin's School of Nursing and the Seton Mind Institute will attempt to get psychiatric patients who smoke cigarettes to kick the habit - and see if that improves and lengthens their lives. Research will involve 422 inpatients from Seton Shoal Creek Hospital and is supported by co-investigators Drs. Kari Wolf and Kimberly Kjome.
One of the Hardest Jobs: Dell Children's Social Workers Help the Sickest Children and Their Parents
November 6, 2014Rachel Carnahan, Dell Children's Medical Center social worker who works with the hospital's palliative care team. Carnahan provides support for the sickest children and their parents, As UT social work professor Barbara Jones notes , "Palliative care is not about death. It's more about living. We look for ways to reduce suffering and allow kids and families to live life to the fullest."
Seton Medical Center Williamson Gives $250,000 to Support Nursing Education in Round Rock
November 3, 2014Seton Medical Center Williamson presented $250,000 to the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Nursing to support the continued development of the college's RN-to-B.S.N. and Second Degree programs in Round Rock. This gift brings Seton Williamson's contribution total to more than $1.5 million since 2009 and furthers the goal to produce the best possible nursing care for Central Texas.