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From the family of a Dell Seton patient

A note from the family of a patient (names have been changed for privacy): "…we were there from December 16 through probably January 16 of this past year after Luke's scooter accident. By May, it had been almost 6 months since we had been back in the care of Dell, and...

Improved Access and Continuity of Care for Veterans

Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (CTVHCS), Dell Medical School at The University of Texas and Seton Healthcare Family are partnering to provide better access and more streamlined care for local veterans through a multicomponent initiative for...

Savannah’s Story

Savannah’s life was forever changed when she endured a horrific car accident. Seton’s trauma care team was there every step of the way, helping Savannah heal both physically and psychologically. Savannah and her family now live with a renewed sense of joy...

The Cummins’ Story

Meet Don and Betty Cummins They’ve impacted your life, even though you may not know them. Don Cummins was instrumental in the initial planning and development of MoPac from 1st Street to Highway 183 back in the late 1960s. He had his eye on Austin’s future then, and...

Madison’s Story

The night Madison was finalizing plans to go to Texas Tech University, she was in a life-threatening car wreck. Madison would have three brain surgeries within 24 hours. From relearning her ABCs to now attending college, she and her parents thank Seton’s Level 1...

Suzanne’s Story

Steady As She Goes: Parkinson's Patient Finds Relief After Local, Groundbreaking Procedure “The tremors and fatigue got so bad. My arm would seize up, and ultimately, I had to quit my job.” That was the low point for Parkinson’s patient Suzanne Wyper, a...

Ken’s Story

Self-defense enthusiast Ken Jones beat a “widow maker” heart attack with expert care at UMC Brackenridge. He was 49 and in good shape. Two to three times a week for the past seven years, he practiced Krav Maga, a unique self-defense and hand-to-hand combat...

The Mortons’ Story

It happened in a flash. During a rainy drive from Wimberley, the next blind curve would abruptly end the Morton family’s trip. A car was coming toward them — sideways — into their lane. Behind the wheel, Zack Morton had no chance to veer from the impact....

Hunter’s Story

After 3,500-Foot Fall, U.S. Air Force Pilot Flying High Again Thanks to Seton   Watch Hunter's Story:Make a gift to Dell Seton Medical Center to support innovative care in Central Texas:

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