At Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas, patients will be cared for in a healthy, sustainable environment that promotes healing. Seton is proud of the “green” strength of Austin and commits to being good environmental stewards.

This modern new teaching hospital is designed to attain LEED for Healthcare Certification and Austin Energy Green Building Program Certification. The LEED program, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is sponsored by the U.S. Green Building Council.


Key Features of the Hospital

  • Connection to nature, including views of Waller Creek and abundant natural light
  • Pedestrian and bike friendly campus with access to bus and rail mass transit
  • Sustainable design and construction practices
  • Energy, water and resource efficient building systems
  • Healthy, non-toxic building materials and maintenance practices
  • Comprehensive recycling and composting program that minimizes landfill waste

Your gift will be doubled!

The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation is helping to elevate Central Texans’ health with a $25 million challenge grant to help build the new Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas.

This generous grant will double every donation, whether it’s $10 or $10,000, up to $25 million. Many thanks to the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation and you for supporting Seton and the future of care in our community!

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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.


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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!