Also known as...
Seton Family of Hospitals; Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas; Seton Healthcare Network Seton Healthcare Associates; Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas; University Medical Center Brackenridge; Dell Children's Med Ctr of Central TX; Seton Medical Center Williamson; Seton Highland Lakes Hospital; Seton Edgar B Davis Hospital; Seton Medical Center Austin; Seton Shoal Creek Hospital; Seton Northwest Hospital; Seton Healthcare Family; Ascension Shoal Creek
Program areas at Ascension Seton
As the leading provider of health services in Central Texas (an 11-county region), Ascension Seton (Seton) also provides a number of distinctive services to the community: the only Level I trauma facilities; the only free-standing children's hospital; the only free-standing inpatient behavioral health hospital; the only heart transplant center; and the only University of Texas medical residency programs. Seton contributes to the positive health status of the communities it serves and continues to build and strengthen sustainable collaborative efforts to benefit the health of individuals, families and society as a whole. Seton has a mission to care for the community it serves with a special concern for the poor and the vulnerable. Ascension Seton is a 1,563-bed hospital system providing services without regard to patient race, creed, national origin, economic status, or ability to pay. During fiscal year 2020, Ascension Seton treated 60,273 adults and children for a total of 308,212 patient days of service. The hospital also provided services for 732,297 outpatient visits, which included 26,076 outpatient surgeries and 296,216 Emergency Room Visits. See Schedule H for a non-exhaustive list of community benefit programs and descriptions. As part of the Ascension Catholic health ministry, the filing organization served in support of Ascension's commitment to both care for patients and communities and support caregivers and other associates through the challenges of the COVID-19 global pandemic in FY20.