Healthcare Resources and Hospitals
Your Guide to Austin Hospitals
Seton Healthcare Family is one of the largest groups of healthcare facilities and hospitals in Austin, TX.
Photo Courtesy of Seton Williamson By Donna Budak
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The following is a list of Austin, Texas healthcare resources to help you find a doctor, hospital or immediate-care facility. We’ve also included a listing of public health and community clinics, as well as other health and wellness support services.
Austin Diagnostic Clinic12221 N. Mopac Expressway (Main location; see website for specific locations) Austin, TX 78758-2483 512-901-1111 www.adclinic.com
Established in 1952, the Austin Diagnostic Clinic is one of Austin’s largest physician-owned clinics, with more than 120 doctors and providers representing 22 medical specialties. The ADC network includes multiple offices throughout Austin and Central Texas – including the main clinic and a family practice clinic in North Austin, Cedar Bend, Circle C, Lakewood (off Loop 360), Round Rock, Westlake, Bastrop, Cedar Park, Luling, Marble Falls, and San Marcos. ADC also offers focused services for weight loss, diabetes management, rehabilitation, and more, as well as specialty services and locations that include the EasyCare Clinic, Pediatric Urgent Care, an Imaging Center, Nephrology Clinics, and several laboratory and X-ray centers.
Austin Lakes Hospital1025 East 32nd Street (located in the St. David’s Pavilion, 2nd & 3rd floors) Austin, TX 78705 512-544-5253 (LAKE) www.austinlakeshospital.com
Part of St. David’s Healthcare System, the Austin Lakes Hospital offers mental health diagnostic services and treatment, including inpatient and outpatient services for adults and specialized programming for those in the early stages of dementia.
Austin Regional Clinic4515 Seton Center Parkway, Suite 215 Austin, TX 78759 512-231-5513 www.austinregionalclinic.com
The Austin Regional Clinic was founded by three physicians in 1980, and is now one of the largest multispecialty health care groups in central Texas, serving more than 380,000 residents. Primary and specialty care services include family practice, pediatrics, and general internal medicine, as well as OB/GYN services, podiatry, allergy, ENT, physical therapy, weight loss, travel clinics, and surgery. There are 18 Austin Regional Clinic locations across the Austin area, including Cedar Park/Leander, Central Austin, Kyle, Northeast Austin (including Hutto, Round Rock, and Pflugerville), Northwest Austin, and South Austin.
Austin State Hospital4110 Guadalupe Street Austin, TX 78751 512-452-0381 www.dshs.state.tx.us/mhhospitals/austinsh/default.shtm
The Austin State Hospital (ASH) provides psychiatric care to a 38-county region in Central Texas. In addition to adult psychiatric services, the hospital also offers specialty services for children and adolescents, geriatrics, the hearing impaired, and those with a primary psychiatric diagnosis and a secondary diagnosis of mental retardation. The hospital also serves as an acute care facility for about 300 patients and provides such support services as laboratory, radiology, pharmacy, dental, and administrative services.
Austin Surgical Hospital3003 Bee Cave Road Austin, TX 78746 512-314-3800 www.austinsurgicalhospital.com
The Austin Surgical Hospital is a 23-bed facility that specializes in orthopedic, spine, bariatric and plastic surgery. Austin Surgical Hospital offers distinguished surgeons, spacious and private patient rooms, and individualized care from a specialized staff.
Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) – San Marcos1301 Wonder World Drive San Marcos, TX 78666 512-353-8979 www.ctmc.org
Part of the Adventist Health System, CTMC is a full-service, 178-bed, acute care hospital located 30 minutes south of Austin in San Marcos. CTMC completed a $35 million expansion and renovation of its 64,000 square foot Women’s Center in 2009 that included all private rooms, a Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), and a new cardiac in-patient nursing unit with private rooms. The Center also includes an on-site, high-risk delivery suite, as well as a customized cesarean section suite. The hospital expanded further in 2011, adding a Certified Chest Pain Center as part of the hospital’s ER that offers specialized services and protocols for ER patients suffering from chest pain or potential heart attack symptoms.
Central Texas Rehabilitation Hospital
See listing in the Seton Family of Hospitals section.
Cornerstone Hospital of Austin4207 Burnet Road Austin, TX 78756 512-706-1900 www.chghospital.com
Cornerstone Hospital of Austin is a licensed acute care hospital with 64 licensed beds, and a new state-of-the-art ICU. Services include pulmonary, wound care management, care for medically complex patients, and medical services with rehabilitation that are are designed to compliment the continuum of care provided by traditional hospitals, skilled nursing units, home health and rehabilitation hospitals.
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital – Austin1215 Red River Austin, TX 78701 512-479-3551 www.healthsouthaustin.com
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Austin is an 83-bed hospital specializing in the medical rehabilitation of patients suffering from stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple trauma, orthopedic injury, neurological conditions, brain injury and other conditions requiring specialized, focused physical medicine and rehabilitation. Services include inpatient hospitalization, day hospital, outpatient therapy, and home health care, as well as outpatient pediatric rehabilitation at the hospital’s Starbright clinic in Round Rock.
Heart Hospital of Austin3801 N. Lamar Blvd. Austin, TX 78756 512-407-7000 www.hearthospitalofaustin.com
The Heart Hospital of Austin, with 58 beds, offers a full range of cardiac services and includes a 24-hour full-service emergency center, providing comprehensive physician-directed and patient-centered care that has earned accolades from HealthGrades® as the leading cardiac program in Texas for the last six years. The hospital is also a multiple recipient of the Thomson Reuter’s 100 Top Hospitals® Cardiovascular Benchmarks Award. St. David’s HealthCare acquired the Heart Hospital of Austin in 2010.
The Hospital at Westlake Medical Center5656 Bee Caves Road Austin, TX 78746 512-327-0000 512-697-3628 www.westlakemedical.com
The Hospital at Westlake Medical Center serves the residents of Bee Caves and Westlake with such specialty services as otolaryngology, podiatry, radiology, endocrinology, cardiopulmonary, cardiovascular, and clinical pathology.
Lake Travis Specialty Hospital2000 Medical Drive Lakeway, TX 78734 512-547-2667 www.laketravisspecialtyhospital.com
Opened in 2010, this 46-bed hospital (including six intensive care beds) has a staff of more than 200 and provides care for long-term, acute-care patients. The hospital also has a 24-hour emergency room.
NeuroTexas Institute at St. David’s HealthCare1015 E. 32nd Street, Suite 404 Austin, TX 78705 512-544-9000 www.NeuroTexasInstitute.com
The NeuroTexas Institute at St. David’s HealthCare is “dedicated to ensuring the best clinical outcomes for patients with conditions affecting the brain, spine and nerves, as well as providing exceptional neurological and neurosurgical care.” Staff includes 30 physicians of various subspecialties, providing comprehensive, individualized and high-quality care and integrating the most advanced clinical protocols and surgical technologies.
Northwest Hills Surgical Hospital of Austin
(formerly HealthSouth Surgical Hospital)6818 Austin Center Blvd., Suite 100 Austin, TX 78731 512-346-1994 www.northwesthillssurgical.com
Northwest Hills Surgical Hospital, which opened in 1995, has specialties in orthopedics, pain management, retinal, orthospine, urology, ENT, opthalmology, and endoscopy. The hospital’s team of nurses, surgical technicians, and anesthesia personnel work with physicians from many specialties to perform more than 10,000 procedures a year in five operating rooms and four procedure rooms.
The Oaks/San Marcos Treatment Center120 Bert Brown Rd. San Marcos, TX 78666 800-251-0059 www.sanmarcostc.com www.theoakstc.com
Originally founded in 1945, the Oaks Treatment Center – which provides treatment for adolescents aged 15 to 17 with a complex array of behavioral, emotional or developmental problems – merged with the San Marcos Treatment Center in 2009 to combine and expand both its resources for patient care and its residential facility accommodations.
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