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When you join a SETON Volunteers, you're not joining just any group – you're becoming part of a family. Our volunteers are an integral part of the Network. Volunteers enjoy many benefits including; free parking, flu shots and discounts in the gift shop and cafeteria.
Volunteers are needed in many departments, including Emergency, Day Surgery and ICU. Non-clinical areas of service include gift shops, cafe, and the information desks.
Individuals of all ages are encouraged to volunteer. We even have special programs for college students and teenagers. Join our family today.
To learn about the different programs at each of the Seton Hospitals, go to their individual sites on the right.
Volunteer News and Events
Generations Program Tackles Depression in Older Adults
December 9, 2013Doctors say there are many things that can lead to depression in older adults: empty nest syndrome, having to leave home to go live with adult children, the death of a spouse, not being allowed to drive, and more. It can remain under diagnosed and undertreated. The Seton Mind Institute's Generations outpatient program helps older patients recover.
New Seton Psychiatric Emergency Department To be Opened in Spring
December 3, 2013A new Seton Psychiatric Emergency Department designed to treat adults from throughout the community who suffer from psychiatric crises will open at UMC Brackenridge in the spring. "As with the rest of Texas and the U.S., Travis County does not have enough properly equipped facilities to meet psychiatric patient needs, but this new facility is a good and much-needed step forward," said Jesús Garza, Seton president and chief executive officer.
Survey Unveiled at Dell Childrens Finds Dangerous Toys on Store Shelves
November 26, 2013Dangerous or toxic toys can still be found on America's store shelves, according to Texas Public Interest Research Group's 28th annual "Trouble in Toyland" report. Unveiled at a Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas news conference, the report found choking hazards, toy magnets that can cause serious injury if swallowed and toxic chemicals in toys which can have adverse health impacts on the development of children.