Upcoming Events

Support Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas and have fun doing it! We encourage you to get involved by sponsoring or attending our signature events.

Procession & Community Open House

Saturday, May 13, 2017
1-5 p.m.
15th & Red River Streets

Join us as we bid farewell to historic Brackenridge and usher in a new era of advanced, Texas-friendly care on the east bank of Waller Creek. Tour Dell Seton, meet the team, and enjoy Austin-style family activities, live music, refreshments and concessions. Learn more and RSVP on Facebook!


Past Events

Close Encounters with The Fifty Kind

Close Encounters with The Fifty Kind

The Fifty have joined forces once again for an intergalactic fundraising event. The time has come for aliens and humans alike to meet in peace for a stellar event. We hope to see astronauts, extraterrestrial life forms, and sci-fi icons orbiting around Brazos Hall on October 15 to help us build the Future of Care at Dell Seton Medical Center at UT. Together, we are making our galaxy the healthiest it can be.

The Future of Care: Innovation Luncheon

2016 Future of Care Innovation Awards Luncheon

Join over 500 of Austin’s civic, medical and academic leaders at The Future of Care: Innovation Luncheon, benefiting construction and equipment for Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas and the Seton Innovation and Technology Fund. This year, we will recognize the innovative trailblazers in our community working to transform care with The Future of Care: Healthcare Innovation Awards. 

Studio 50 for Seton

Studio 50 for Seton event logo

Do you have disco fever? A touch of velvet rope syndrome? The Fifty has your cure. Boogie on down to Studio 50 for Seton on October 17, and help us build the future of care at Dell Seton Medical Center at UT. Together, we are making Austin all right, all right, all right.

Central Texas Medical Orchestra

Central Texas Medical Orchestra photoThe Central Texas Medical Orchestra with Dr. Robert Radmer, conductor, presents its inaugural concert and reception for the 2015-2016 season.

September 12, 2015
7:30 p.m.
St. Matthews Episcopal Church
8134 Mesa Drive, Austin

Half of ticket sales will benefit construction and equipment for Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas.

This season première concert will be headlined by international violin prodigy Claire Wells and Austin Musician of the Year Gina Chavez, fresh from her National Public Radio performance in Washington D.C. The all-volunteer Central Texas Medical Orchestra – now in its third season – is composed of doctors, nurses and allied health professionals who perform four concerts each season headlined by national and internationally renowned classical and pop artists to benefit local health-related Austin nonprofits. Tickets, ranging from $10 to $30, may be purchased online or at the door. For more information, call Central Texas Medical Orchestra at 512-422-1165.

The Future of Care: Visionaries Luncheon

Logo for The Future of Care: Visionaries luncheon

Austin’s medical, academic, and business leaders gathered at the Future of Care: Visionaries luncheon, where new details about Dell Seton Medical Center at UT were revealed. Former Seton CEO Charles J. Barnett was honored for transforming healthcare. Check out the event photos.

The Fifty Event: Superheroes, Villains & Sidekicks

Logo for The 2014 Fifty Event

More than 500 supporters transformed into their favorite hero, villain, or sidekick at The Fifty Event and raised close to $300,000 to help build and equip Dell Seton Medical Center at UT, Austin’s new teaching hospital. Check out the event photos.

Groundbreaking 

Groundbreaking - August 26, 2014

Hundreds joined us for the hospital groundbreaking on August 26, 2014. Click here for more information.


Seton’s new teaching hospital will become Central Texas’ gateway to the future of care.

With Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas, Austin will have more specialists for a growing population; sustain high quality care

for all, with a special concern for the vulnerable; discover new treatments, and enjoy economic growth.

This is a game-changer for our city. What transpires will be as future-focused as Austin.

 

Healthcare Innovation Awards

 

I want to help.


Your vision of a healthier Austin will become a reality, one person, one commitment, one donation at a time.

Now your gifts to help build Seton’s new teaching hospital will be doubled, dollar for dollar up to $25 million, thanks to a generous challenge grant from the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation!