We provide financial support and advocacy for Seton Medical Center Williamson. Our volunteer trustees are local community members elected to develop gifts and build relationships to help carry out the healthcare ministry of the Daughters of Charity, compassionate service for all and improving the health and well-being of the community we serve, regardless of their ability to pay.
The foundation is proud to assist the work of volunteers within the Seton Women's Development Board, The Seton Circle and Seton Northshore Circle and we appreciate them for their enthusiastic and successful activities that raise awareness and financial support for the hospital.
Since opening our doors in 2008, Seton Medical Center Williamson is dedicated to serving residents in Williamson County and surrounding areas, one of the fastest growing communities in the nation. At Seton Williamson, you and your family will receive the highest quality of care regardless of ability to pay for services. We provide “person-centered care” to every person who walks through our doors. That means you will be provided choices in healthcare decision-making, nurturing relationships with your doctors and nurses, and a supportive and comfortable environment.
Seton Williamson is the only faith-based, not-for-profit hospital and the largest medical facility in Williamson County with 181 beds and plans to expand to more than 350 beds in the future. We currently employ more than 700 area residents and were named 2011 Business of the Year by the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce in recognition of our outstanding community involvement and positive impact on the local economy.
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Our mission inspires us to care for and improve the health of those we serve with a special concern for the poor and the vulnerable. We are called to be a sign of God's unconditional love for all and believe that all persons by their creation are endowed with dignity. Seton continues the Catholic tradition of service established by our founders: Vincent de Paul, Louise de Marillac, and Elizabeth Ann Seton.