Posts Tagged with: Seton Edgar B. Davis

Happy birthday Ascension Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital!

Happy birthday Ascension Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital! Seton hospital celebrates 50 years of top-class care Ascension Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital is celebrating 50 years of proud to service to its community. “This hospital has been a vital and integral part of the Luling and Caldwell County community,” said Christopher Hartle, MHA, president of Ascension Seton…
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Three New Leaders Fill Key Roles

Three New Leaders Fill Key Roles Heading into 2016, three new leaders recently have assumed important positions within Ascension Seton. Dr. Kristi Henderson, a nationally recognized leader in virtual care, joins Ascension Seton as vice president of Virtual Care and Innovation. She will develop ways to use technology to improve Central Texans’ health and increase…
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Dr. Meza New Top Doc at 3 Ascension Seton Hospitals

Dr. Meza New Top Doc at 3 Ascension Seton Hospitals A physician executive successful in fostering clinical and operational improvements within a leading New Braunfels healthcare system has been named vice president of medical affairs for Ascension Seton’s south market covering Hays, Caldwell and Bastrop counties. Dr. Fausto Meza, chief medical officer and physician lead for electronic medical record…
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Ascension Seton Edgar B. Davis a Top Rural Critical Access Hospital

KANSAS CITY, MO. – (Oct. 8, 2012) – Ascension Seton Edgar B. Davis in Luling is among the top 20 rural hospitals in the U.S. according to the “Quality Index,” a rating of hospital performance based on comparisons of five categories of patient care measures. The Caldwell County hospital is among…
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New Care-a-Van Unveiled, Ready to Help Caldwell Kids

LULING, Texas – (Sept. 26, 2012) – A Caldwell County institution was officially replaced Friday. Fortunately, it was replaced by a new and improved version of itself. For years, Ascension Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital in Luling has operated the Children’s Care-a-Van, a mobile home-size doctor’s office on wheels that travels…
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There a Doctor in the House? There is for This Patient

Dianna Davis suffers from myotonic dystrophy, characterized by the steady deterioration of her muscles and internal organs. She’s reached the point where she not only is bedridden, her eyelid muscles have stopped working, so she can’t see unless someone else hold her eyelids open. She counts on her sister, Juanita…
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