St. David's HealthCare September 01, 2016

AUSTIN, Texas — On August 3, 2016, St. David’s HealthCare acquired the South Austin Surgery Center, located near St. David’s South Austin Medical Center and Surgicare of South Austin, which are also part of St. David’s HealthCare. The center will continue to offer multispecialty procedures, including orthopedics, podiatry, general surgery and pain management. St. David’s HealthCare is also exploring new ways to expand the center’s core specialties.

“St. David’s HealthCare has long been a leader in providing quality healthcare and exceptional outcomes to patients in Central Texas,” Todd Steward, chief executive officer of St. David’s South Austin Medical Center, said. “We are optimistic that the addition of this surgery center will increase our ability to meet the needs of patients in South Austin.”

Over the next year, St. David’s HealthCare and its physician partners will invest more than $1 million to upgrade the facility and its equipment.

The South Austin Surgery Center, located at 4207 James Casey, Suite 203, is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc. The center accepts all major commercial and governmental insurance plans.


St. David’s HealthCare

With more than 110 sites across Central Texas, St. David’s HealthCare includes seven of the area’s leading hospitals and is one of the largest health systems in Texas. The organization was recognized with a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award — the nation’s highest presidential honor for performance excellence — in 2014. St. David’s HealthCare is the third-largest private employer in the Austin area, with more than 8,700 employees. St. David’s HealthCare is a unique partnership between a hospital management company and two local non-profits — St. David’s Foundation and Georgetown Health Foundation. The proceeds from the operations of the hospitals fund the foundations, which, in turn, invest those dollars back into the community. Since the inception of St. David’s HealthCare in 1996, more than $269 million have been given back to the community to improve the health and healthcare of people in Central Texas.