MAP: Hospitals in the city of Austin

Dell Seton Medical Center is located at 1500 Red River St. in Austin. (John Cox/Community Impact Newspaper)
Dell Seton Medical Center is located at 1500 Red River St. in Austin. (John Cox/Community Impact Newspaper)

Dell Seton Medical Center is located at 1500 Red River St. in Austin. (John Cox/Community Impact Newspaper)

Each June, Community Impact Newspaper puts together a Health Care Edition, which includes local resources and information about local hospitals, clinics and physicians. The following information on local hospitals has been verified by the health care providers.

1. Arise Austin Medical Center

3003 Bee Caves Road, Austin

512-314-3800

www.arisemedicalcenter.com


Trauma level: N/A

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 23

2. Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin

1201 W. 38th St., Austin

512-324-1000

www.ascension.org

Trauma level: Level IV

NICU level: Level III

Number of beds: 524

New programs, expansions: completed modernization of surgical services and intensive care unit

3. Ascension Seton Northwest

11113 Research Blvd., Austin

512-324-6000

www.ascension.org

Trauma level: Level IV

NICU level: Level II

Number of beds: 117

4. Ascension Seton Shoal Creek

3501 Mills Ave., Austin

512-324-2000

www.ascension.org

Trauma level: N/A

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 70

New programs, expansions: N/A

5. Ascension Seton Southwest

7900 FM 1826, Austin

512-324-9000

www.healthcare.ascension.org

Trauma level: Level IV

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 28

New programs, expansions: The hospital recently enhanced its radiology program with a new computed tomography system, along with outpatient radiology, X-ray, ultrasound, MRI, CT, and cardiac CTs. The hospital opened a 17-bed unit for medical surgical care, and additional services offered include minimally-invasive robotic surgeries, general surgery, orthopedics, gynecologic care and gastrointestinal services.

6. Baylor Scott & White Medical Center—Austin

5245 W. Hwy. 290, Austin

512-654-2100

www.bswhealth.com/austin

Trauma level: N/A

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: did not provide

New programs, expansions: Since opening in January, the hospital has since added breast surgery, breast reconstruction, orthopedics, podiatry, gastroenterology and sports medicine programs.

7. Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas

4900 Mueller Blvd., Austin

512-324-0000

www.dellchildrens.net

Trauma level: Level I

NICU level: Level IV

Number of beds: 240

New programs, expansions: The new Dell Children’s Speciality Pavilion at Mueller campus broke ground March 4 and is expected to open in spring 2021; an additional four-story expansion of Dell Children’s will add 72 beds with room for additional growth.

8. Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas

1500 Red River St., Austin

512-324-7000

www.ascension.org

Trauma level: Level I

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 210

New programs, expansions: N/A

9. Heart Hospital of Austin

3801 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin

512-407-7000

www.hearthospitalofaustin.com

Trauma level: Level IV

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 58

New programs, expansions: initiated a 14-bed progressive care unit expansion as well as an expansion of pharmacy and dietary services

10. The Hospital at Westlake Medical Center

5656 Bee Caves Road, Ste. M-302, Austin

512-327-0000

www.westlakemedical.com

Trauma level: N/A

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 23

11. Northwest Hills Surgical Hospital

6818 Austin Center Blvd., Ste. 100, Austin

512-346-1994

www.northwesthillssurgical.com

Trauma level: N/A

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 8

12. St. David’s Medical Center

919 E. 32nd St., Austin

512-476-7111

www.stdavids.com

Trauma level: Level IV

NICU level: Level IV

Number of beds: 438

New programs, expansions: In June 2019, the Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute opened a new 72,000-square-foot electrophysiology center.

13. St. David’s North Austin Medical Center, St. David’s Women’s Center of Texas and St. David’s Children’s Hospital

12221 N. MoPac, Austin

512-901-1000

www.stdavids.com

Trauma level: Level IV

NICU level: Level III

Number of beds: 391

New programs, expansions: pediatric unit relocation and NICU expansion

14. St. David’s South Austin Medical Center

901 W. Ben White Blvd., Austin

512-447-2211

www.stdavids.com

Trauma level: Level II

NICU level: Level II

Number of beds: 334

New programs, expansions: In 2019, the hospital expanded its emergency department by 15 beds, added a rooftop helipad and opened a new 34-bed, medical-surgical unit.

15. St. David’s Surgical Hospital

1201 W. Louis Henna Blvd., Austin

512-248-7000

www.stdavids.com

Trauma level: N/A

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 46

This list is not comprehensive.


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