Hospitals serving the Cedar Park and Leander area


Cedar Park and Leander are served by two hospitals, both of which are located in Cedar Park. According to a press release from St. David’s HealthCare, the health care system opened a freestanding emergency clinic in Leander Jan. 2, which it plans to transition into a future hospital. The community is also served by a number of emergency centers and clinics.

Baylor Scott & White Emergency Medical Center – Cedar Park

Baylor Scott & White Emergency Medical Center – Cedar Park (via Lyndsey Taylor/Community Impact Newspaper)

1. Baylor Scott & White Emergency Medical Center – Cedar Park

900 East Whitestone Blvd. Cedar Park
Trauma level: N/A
NICU level: N/A
Number of beds: eight emergency department beds, eight inpatient beds
Most common treatments: emergency services

Cedar Park Regional Medical Center

Cedar Park Regional Medical Center (via Caitlin Perrone/Community Impact Newspaper)

2. Cedar Park Regional Medical Center

1401 Medical Parkway, Cedar Park
Trauma level: Level IV
NICU level: II
Number of beds: 108
Most common treatments: inpatient and outpatient services including ER, surgery, critical care, women’s services, diagnostic imaging, physical therapy and wound care

St. David’s Emergency Center (via Courtesy St. David's Healthcare)

3. St. David’s Emergency Center

601 St. David’s Loop, Leander
The 11,200-square-foot emergency center​—which serves as an extension of St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center, a Level II Trauma Center​—opened Jan. 2 and is the first phase of what will eventually become a hospital. The center is open 24/7 and is staffed by board-certified emergency physicians and nurses trained in emergency care.

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Caitlin covers Cedar Park and Leander city councils and reports on education, transportation, government and business news. She is an alumnus of The University of Texas at Austin. Most recently, Caitlin produced a large-scale investigative project with The Dallas Morning News and led education coverage in the Brazos Valley at The Bryan-College Station Eagle. After interning with Community Impact Newspaper for two summers, she joined the staff as a reporter in 2015.
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