MAP: 15 hospitals in and around Northwest Austin

St. David's North Austin Medical Center
St. David's North Austin Medical Center has close to 400 beds to treat patients. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

St. David's North Austin Medical Center has close to 400 beds to treat patients. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

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(Designed by Mel Stefka/Community Impact Newspaper)
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As Austin’s population continues to climb, hospital networks are adding medical center options to meet the care needs of the area’s residents. Austin has hospitals that specialize in cardiac care, surgical procedures, pediatric care and more.

See the list below of hospital centers throughout Austin, including what levels of care they provide.

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

Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin

1201 W. 38th St., Austin

512-324-1000

ascension.org

Trauma level: Level IV

NICU level: Level III

Number of beds: 524

Ascension Seton Northwest

11113 Research Blvd., Austin

512-324-6000

ascension.org

Trauma level: Level IV

NICU level: Level II

Number of beds: 117

Ascension Seton Shoal Creek

3501 Mills Ave., Austin

512-324-2000

ascension.org

Trauma level: N/A

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 70

Ascension Seton Southwest

7900 FM 1826, Austin

512-324-9000

ascension.org

Trauma level: Level IV

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 28

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Austin

5251 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

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 4

Number of beds: 240

Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas

1500 Red River St., Austin

512-324-7000

ascension.org

Trauma level: Level I

NICU level: N/A

Number of beds: 210

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

By Iain Oldman
Iain Oldman joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after spending two years in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he covered Pittsburgh City Council. His byline has appeared in PublicSource, WESA-FM and Scranton-Times Tribune. Iain worked as the reporter for Community Impact Newspaper's flagship Round Rock/Pflugerville/Hutto edition and is now working as the editor for the Northwest Austin edition.


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