Your gifts have changed the lives of Central Texans and the hundreds moving here each day.
Since 1981, more than $526M has been generously given to the Seton Foundations to help transform medical care in Central Texas. These gifts have allowed Seton to be the first to provide the local community with a neonatal intensive care unit, heart transplants, Level I trauma care and a world-class pediatric medical center.
The Seton Foundations raise the funds and awareness necessary to operate and advance Ascension Seton hospitals through Dell Children’s Foundation, Seton Hays Foundation, Seton Williamson Foundation and The Seton Fund, including Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas.
100% of every donation supports the care of Texans.
Ascension Texas Foundations Impact Report FY21
We care for Central Texas
Our commitment to our community flows from our Catholic mission to serve. Over the past ten years, Ascension Texas has provided over $5.4 billion in community benefit. The annual average is more than $548 million. For over a century, Ascension Texas has delivered compassionate, personalized care to all, with special attention to persons living in poverty and those most vulnerable. Ascension Texas operates 14 hospital campuses, more than 298 related healthcare facilities and employs more than 590 primary and specialty care clinicians throughout Central Texas.
Average Annual Contributions Over The Last Ten Years
$235,465,064 | Financial Assistance
$170,845,257 | Programs/Services for the General Community
$132,296,092 | Medicaid Shortfall
$9,748,739 | Programs/Services For Low Income Persons
* Totals are based on the 10-year average contribution for fiscal years 2009-2018, including all hospital and nonhospital business activities except joint ventures. If unreimbursed Medicare services are included in the total, Ascension Texas provides an average annual $754,291,912 in Community Benefit.
April is National Donate Life Month. It was established in 2003 to raise awareness about donation, encourage individuals to register as organ donors and to honor those that have saved lives through the gift of donation. Today, we honor our own associate Victoria...
Ascension Seton Hays celebrated the opening of two new operating rooms (ORs) with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The two additional operating rooms significantly increase its capacity for complex surgical procedures at the hospital to better serve Hays County, named by the New U.S. Census Bureau as the second fastest-growing county this decade.
On February 22, physicians at Dell Seton performed the Center’s first living donor retrieval and transplant when Kayla Wright, 33, gave a kidney to her cousin Dom Rainelli, 23. Just two days later, the transplant team was back in the OR performing its first altruistic donor surgery.
Ascension Seton is pleased to announce plans to build a new women’s tower on its Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin campus. The women’s tower will be a $320 million investment and part of a broader expansion and modernization plan for Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin.
For Denjo, starting his Respiratory Therapy career at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic has given him the opportunity to hit the ground running to serve our most critical patients, but working at Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin has brought his career journey...
More than 72,000 Texans are living with end-stage renal disease or kidney failure. For many, getting a transplant is their best chance at a better life. Ascension Seton and UT Health Austin, the clinical practice of Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at...
Congratulations to Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas for achieving their prestigious Magnet® designation awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Recognition Program. To achieve the Magnet vision of excellence, healthcare...
Please join us in welcoming the latest Fellows to join the Ascension Seton Heart Institute Cardiovascular Fellowship Program: Dr. Darren Harrison, MD and Dr. Varun Pattisapu, MD. As the flagship hospital in the fastest growing region in the state, Ascension Seton...
The Ascension Seton Nurse Scholarships provided more than $400,000 in scholarships this year to 67 Ascension Seton associates pursuing a nursing degree. Since 2005, more than 600 colleagues have received over $2 million in scholarships. Thanks to generous associate...