Health care resource: Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto Hospital Guide for 2019

Local and regional hospitals in the Austin area

Local and regional hospitals in the Austin area

Each year, our staff compiles a non-comprehensive list of hospitals in the area for our annual Health Care Directory. This list contains local and regional hospitals in the Round Rock, Pflugerville, and Hutto area.

Hospitals can seek designations based on the level of trauma facilities provided. The listings below include their status.

A quick explainer on trauma facilities:
Level I: Comprehensive trauma facilities
Level II: Major trauma facilities
Level III: Advanced trauma facilities
Level IV: Basic trauma facilities


Round Rock


Ascension Seton Medical Center Williamson
201 Seton Parkway, Round Rock
512-324-4000
www.seton.net/williamson
Trauma level: Level II
Number of beds: 149






Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Round Rock
300 University Blvd., Round Rock
512-509-0100
www.bswhealth.com
Trauma level: Level IV
Number of beds: did not provide






St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center and Heart Hospital of Austin at St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center
2400 Round Rock Ave., Round Rock
512-341-1000
www.stdavids.com
Trauma level: Level II
Number of beds: 171





Pflugerville


Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Pflugerville
2600 E. Pflugerville Parkway, Ste. 100, Pflugerville
512-654-6500
www.bswhealth.com
Trauma level: TBD
Number of beds: did not provide





Regional Hospitals


Arise Austin Medical Center
3003 Bee Caves Road, Austin
512-314-3800
www.arisemedicalcenter.com
Trauma level: N/A
Number of beds: 23






Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin
1201 W. 38th St., Austin
512-324-1000
www.seton.net/locations/smc
Trauma level: Level IV
Number of beds: 524






Ascension Seton Northwest Hospital
11113 Research Blvd., Austin
512-324-6900
www.seton.net/northwest
Trauma level: Level IV
Number of beds: 117






Ascension Seton Shoal Creek
3501 Mills Ave., Austin
512-324-2000
www.seton.net/shoalcreek
Trauma level: N/A
Number of beds: 70






Ascension Seton Southwest Hospital
7900 FM 1826, Austin
512-324-9000
www.seton.net/southwest
Trauma level: Level IV
Number of beds: 28






Baylor Scott & White Emergency Medical Center-Cedar Park
900 E. Whitestone Blvd., Cedar Park
512-684-4000
www.bswemc.org
Trauma level: N/A
Number of beds: did not provide






Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Lakeway
100 Medical Parkway, Lakeway
512-571-5000
www.bswhealth.com
Trauma level: Level IV
Number of beds: did not provide






Cedar Park Regional Medical Center
1401 Medical Parkway, Cedar Park
512-528-7000
www.cedarparkregional.com
Trauma level: Level IV
Number of beds: 108






Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas
4900 Mueller Blvd., Austin
512-324-0101
www.dellchildrens.net
Trauma level: Level I
Number of beds: 240






Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas
1500 Red River St., Austin
512-324-7000
www.seton.net/dell-seton
Trauma level: Level I
Number of beds: 210






Heart Hospital of Austin
3801 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin
512-407-7000
www.hearthospitalofaustin.com
Trauma level: Level IV
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
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
Number of beds: 8






St. David’s Georgetown Hospital
2000 Scenic Drive, Georgetown
512-943-3000
www.stdavids.com
Trauma level: Level IV
Number of beds: 114






St. David’s Medical Center
919 E. 32nd St., Austin
512-476-7111
www.stdavids.com
Trauma 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
Number of beds: 379






St. David’s South Austin Medical Center
901 W. Ben White Blvd., Austin
512-447-2211
www.stdavids.com
Trauma 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
Number of beds: 46


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