A health care snapshot for Georgetown in 2018


Georgetown is served by St. David’s Georgetown Hospital, but the Austin area is home to a number of other medical centers, surgical hospitals and specialty facilities.

Area hospitals

St. David’s Georgetown Hospital

St. David’s Georgetown Hospital

2000 Scenic Drive, Georgetown
Trauma level: IV
NICU level: N/A
Number of beds: 111

Baylor Scott & White Round Rock

Baylor Scott & White Medical
Center-Round Rock

300 University Blvd., Round Rock
Trauma level: IV
NICU level: N/A
Number of beds: 101

Seton Medical Center Williamson

Seton Medical Center Williamson

201 Seton Parkway, Round Rock
Trauma level: II
NICU level: N/A
Number of beds: 149

County and state statistics 

Top specialties

Emergency medicine and anesthesiology are among the most common doctor specialties aside from primary care in Texas, but other popular specialties differ among the state and Williamson County.

Primary doctor-to-patient ratios

The rate of licensed primary care doctors to residents varies between statewide figures and those from Williamson County.

Access to care

The number of licensed doctors has increased across Texas over the past 20 years, and the rate of increase for specialists has grown faster than the rate for primary care doctors.

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Evan Marczynski
Evan Marczynski is editor of the Georgetown edition of Community Impact Newspaper. He joined Community Impact in 2016 as a reporter in Northwest Austin and previously covered Austin-area health care and Round Rock ISD. Evan is a native of the Pacific Northwest, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Western Washington University in 2012 and worked as a newspaper reporter until he moved to Texas.
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