Women’s Health Services
- Texas Health and Human Services Commission Quality Award – For promoting safe labor and delivery (2012, Seton Family of Hospitals)
- Maternity Quality Matters Award – For exceptional perinatal safety program (2008, Seton Medical Center Austin)
- Ernest Amory Codman Award – For excellence in reducing preventable birth trauma (2007, Seton Medical Center Austin)
- Nationally Accredited for Critical Care Transport, 2017 – Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas pediatric critical care transport team received full accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) for helicopter, airplane and ambulance transportation. This is the highest designation by national standards for transporting the pediatric critical care patients.
- High Performer, US News & World Report, 2015-16 – For ranking 49 nationally for specialty of pediatric orthopedics (Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas)
- High Performer, US News & World Report, 2015-16 – For ranking No. 1 among 33 acute care hospitals for adults in the Austin metro area (Seton Medical Center Austin) for the fifth straight year and No. 12 among more than 600 Texas hospitals.
- High Performer, US News & World Report, 2015-16 – For COPD and heart failure (Seton Medical Center Williamson, Seton Northwest Hospital)
- High Performer, US News & World Report, 2015-16 – For COPD (Seton Medical Center Hays)
- High Performer, US News & World Report, 2015-16 – For Heart Failure (University Medical Center Brackenridge)
- Mission Lifeline Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award, American Heart Association, 2015 – For cardiovascular care (Seton Medical Center Austin)
- High Performer, US News & World Report, 2015 – For congestive heart failure and heart bypass care (Seton Medical Center Austin)
- Get With The Guidelines Silver Performance Achievement Award, American College of Cardiology Foundation, 2013 – Seton Medical Center Hays
- Mission Lifeline Gold Quality Achievement Award, American Heart Association, 2012 – For cardiovascular care (Seton Medical Center Austin)
- Get With The Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus Award and the Target: Stroke Honor Roll, 2015 – Seton Medical Center Hays
- Get With The Guidelines Stroke Silver Plus Award and the Target: Stroke Honor Roll, 2014 – Seton Medical Center Williamson
- Get With The Guidelines Stroke Silver Award and the Target: Stroke Honor Roll, 2014 – University Medical Center Brackenridge
- Get With The Guidelines Stroke Bronze Award and the Target: Stroke Honor Roll, 2014 – Seton Medical Center Austin
- Austin Gives Generous Business Award – Community Leader, 2016 – The honor recognizes a local business with more than 400 employees that demonstrates exemplary philanthropy and a commitment to serving people in the Austin region.
- Texas Business Star Award, 2016 – For making an economic impact in the Central Texas region
- Patient Experience of Quality, Professional Resource Consultants, 2015 – Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital, Seton Highland Lakes Hospital, Seton Smithville Hospital, Seton Southwest Hospital, Seton Medical Center Williamson
- Consumer Choice Award, National Research Corporation, 1996 – 2015 – Seton Medical Center Austin
- The Joint Commission Top Performer, 2015 – Seton Northwest Hospital
- National Environmental Leadership Award, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 2014 – For Seton Asthma Center
- Beacon Award, 2014 – For Critical Care Excellence (Seton Northwest Hospital)
Place to Work
- Leadership Excellence Award, 2016 – For Seton’s Emerging Leader Program (ELP) from a national Human Resources professional association, HR.com
- Seton RN Residency Accreditation with Distinction, 2016 – This is the highest recognition awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Accreditation Program, a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association (ANA).
- CareerSTAT Emerging Frontline Healthcare Worker Champion, 2016 – The CareerSTAT Frontline Healthcare Worker Champion program recognizes healthcare organizations making exemplary investments in the skills and careers of their frontline workers. Organizations are designated as Champions and Emerging Champions. Champions meet all of CareerSTAT’s recognition criteria, including making skill and career development accessible, offering programs at a significant scale, measuring program business impact, and building sustainable programs, while Emerging Champions are in earlier stages of investment and are working with CareerSTAT leaders to strengthen their programs and achieve Champion status. CareerSTAT is an employer-led initiative of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions.
- Hospitals & Health Networks’ Health Care’s Most Wired, 2016 – The annual Most Wired survey is designed to measure the level of IT adoption in U.S. hospitals and health systems, and serve as a tool for hospital and health system leadership to map their IT strategic plans.
- Healthiest Employer, Austin Business Journal, 2015