Seton Smithville Regional Hospital welcomes you to our family of care. We are proud to provide you and your family with the latest advances in healthcare and technologies. We are committed to delivering excellent and affordable healthcare services, to keep pace with the rising expectations of our patients.
Located 13 miles east of Bastrop, Texas, Seton Smithville Regional Hospital is an acute care facility serving and providing inpatient and outpatient services to Bastrop, Lee, Fayette and other surrounding counties. Our hospital healthcare team have been recognized for awards and achievements including patient safety and quality improvement.
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San Antonian First President of Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas
July 29, 2014Christann M. Vasquez, who recently led efforts to plan and build a new San Antonio hospital, will become the first president of Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas, the new Austin teaching hospital scheduled to open in 2017. She has been executive vice president and chief operating officer of University Health System in San Antonio.
For Decades of Dedication, Sister Helen Brewer Receives 2014 Star Trustee Award
July 25, 2014Texas Healthcare Trustees presented Sister Helen Brewer, past chair and current vice chair of the Seton Healthcare Family Board of Trustees, with its 2014 Star Trustee Award for outstanding work on behalf of Texas hospitals. Brewer, a member of the Daughters of Charity, which founded Texas' first hospital in Austin 112 years ago, was recognized at the 2014 Healthcare Governance Conference in Dallas.
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.
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