More than a century ago, when the citizens of Austin wanted to build a hospital to care for the poor, they called on the Daughters of Charity, who joined with them to build the Seton Infirmary in 1902.
As our community has grown, so has Seton, expanding into a network of highly ranked hospitals, clinics and programs throughout Central Texas — all of which share our central mission: to care for and improve the health of those we serve, with a special concern for the poor and the vulnerable.
Today Seton is once again answering the call from our community — to transform the way care is delivered by building a new teaching hospital that will serve as the anchor for Austin’s new downtown medical district.
To do this, we need your help. You can play a role in transforming care for our community.
Your contribution will provide the funds needed to build the new hospital and purchase the equipment that saves lives every day. So simple, yet so significant.