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St. David's Medical Center

919 E 32nd St Austin, TX

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Hospital Bio

St. David's Medical Center has proudly provided Central Texans with exceptional medical care since 1924. We offer comprehensive services, a 24-hour Emergency Department, and leading-edge care in women's services, neurosciences, cardiovascular services, orthopedics and rehabilitation. The medical center campus features a comprehensive stroke center, a Certified Chest Pain Center, the full-service St. David's Rehabilitation Center, comprehensive Breast Center, and the largest Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in the region.

Hospital Info

Facility Type: Acute Care Hospitals

Ownership: Voluntary non-profit - Other

Military Hospital: No

Awards/Certifications: 15 Top Health System by Thomson Reuters, 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics , Accredited by The Joint Commission, Nation’s 100 Top Hospitals® By Truven Health Analytics, Texas Award for Performance Excellence, Texas Health Care Quality Improvement Award

Teaching Hospital: No

Trauma Level: Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Number of beds: 350

ICU beds: 36

Services At This Hospital

  • Cancer Care
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Cardiovascular Services
  • Diabetes Education Program
  • Emergency & Urgent Care
  • Health & Fitness Center
  • Heart & Vascular
  • Hospitalist Services
  • Imaging Services
  • Intensive Care
  • Joint Replacement & Orthopedics
  • Lymphedema
  • Maternity & Newborn
  • Neurosciences
  • Nutrition and Outpatient Clinical Nutrition Services
  • Rehabilitation Services
  • Robotics
  • Spiritual Care
  • Surgery
  • Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute
  • Weight Loss Surgery
  • Women's Services
  • Wound Care
3.8 review

Medical-Surgical (MS, Med-Surg)

Medical Surgical

PROS:

Good staff, census is constant, diverse population and disease process. Good educators and understanding nurse managers. Pay is decent but high nurse turnover rate.

CONS:

Schedule, charge nurses

Ambulatory Care

Four Stars

PROS:

To be outgoing, not to let someone elses rudness ruin your day. There are a lot of great people out there to met

CONS:

None

Emergency Room (ER)

Three Stars

PROS:

Flexibility is paramount. Expect to be exhausted when you leave your shift

CONS:

None

Operating Room (OR)

Five Stars

PROS:

You are never left without resources for help or questions. The teamwork is incomparable. I have never worked with so many hard working people in one unit at one time. Management works just as hard as the employees and does everything possible to help the day go smoother.

CONS:

None

Ostomy Care

Five Stars

PROS:

I love working in the Float Pool and doing PICC and Midline IV insertions! My Manager and Director are awesome! I have worked as a nurse for over 35 years. Being in the Float pool allows me to work in all units and not have to pick just one unit. I have worked very hard to acquire my nursing skills and being in the Float Pool allows me to keep all my acquired skills! My manager and Director and fair and honest. Everything they do is transparent!

CONS:

None

Emergency Room (ER)

Four Stars

PROS:

Great people!!

CONS:

None

Neonatal ICU (NICU)

Three Stars

PROS:

People are very nice, most are helpful, pay is not the best and there are quite of few inconsistencies.

CONS:

None

PACU (Post-Anasthesia, Recovery Room, PAR)

Three Stars

PROS:

The entire day hinges on rushing through the surgery schedule

CONS:

None

Emergency Room (ER)

Four Stars

PROS:

Na

CONS:

None

Operating Room (OR)

Two Stars

PROS:

None

CONS:

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