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116

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in Business

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Location:
One block west of N. Lamar on 38th Street in Austin, TX.
Neighborhoods:
Central West Austin, Windsor Road
AKA:

Seton Medical Center Austin

Seton Family of Hospitals

Ji, Jianzhong, Md - Seton Medical Ctr Austin

Seton Hospital Network

Seton Medical Center

Seton Medical Center Austin (Hospital)

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Physicians & Surgeons, Physicians & Surgeons, Emergency Medicine, Physicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General Practice, Alternative Medicine & Health Practitioners, Physicians & Surgeons, Public Health, Medical Service Organizations, Clinics, Physicians & Surgeons, Surgery-General, Physicians & Surgeons, Pediatrics
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04/10/2016

Overall

I took my son to ER for abdominal pain, no root cause found. He was better after 3 by himself. But the charge was $4,900. It was shocking to see such a charge for 3 hours of ER stay. Stay away from Seton's ER.

11/09/2014

Overall

The nurses are very kind. Doctors are in hurry...

The surprise has been the cost after two days of intravenous antibiotics for a foot infection : more then $12,000. And bills keep coming without a clear explanation of the expenses. So I think Seton is running a ruthless business based on people's misfortune. If they could only stop showing the caring image on their advertisement that would be a first step toward honesty.

07/08/2014

Overall
Gastric Surgery Classes

Would highly recommend checking out other options versus using these classes. Waste of $100…you are just given packets and weighed in. No valuable information given. You walk out wondering why you wasted two hours each time.

01/22/2011

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Crooks. It's a shame

I have been there for two hours.
Anaphylaxis. A shot and one prescptions.
I got this problem in the late afternoon. When I arrived in ER I was almost better, and I wait in the Waiting Room for more than 30 min.
I was better only scared.
$3.300 the bill.
Thanks crooks

visit this site
the facebook page
""Seton family of hospitals, it's a shame for Christians.
clear""

06/26/2010

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Overall
Not breastfeeding friendly or knowledgeable as they claim

Not breastfeeding friendly, nurses are rude.
Our son and our daughter were both born at Seton on 38th street. They claim to be breastfeeding friendly- I daresay, that is in phrase only. NO problems with our daughter's birth there 2.5 years before. For our youngest son, what a change. While they updated the rooms, they need to do the same with the attitudes and the beliefs held by the nurses.

Our son was born at 8:00 pm. I didn't get him back until 12:15 am. At that time, they came back with him and said that his glucose was low and that we needed to supplement with formula. I was stunned and responded that he hadn't even had a chance to nurse yet. Shortly thereafter, another nurse came in with 2 pre-made bottles of formula and asked us which we preferred. Neither was my response- again, after I refused the first time. I have breastfed 2 other babies exclusively and knew that he only needed to nurse and he would be fine. They treated me so badly for asking that we try to breastfeed first. He nursed frequently that night and was fine by morning. The next day, he had jaundice. Again, they pushed formula. Again, I said no. They were annoyed and treated me very badly for my choices. I told them that jaundice can be normal and that he was nursing frequently. We stayed an additional night in the hospital and he was fine. I didn't see a lactation consultant until the second day in the hospital- she wasn't summoned though I had requested one. When I had asked about syringe feeding instead of bottles- they had no idea why I would ask such a thing. I didn't want to impede the breastfeeding. They didn't seem to know anything about the natural course of breastfeeding. Frustrated, I spent a good deal of my time caring for my own baby and feeling NO support. Grateful for my experiences with my other 2 children, I wonder what happens to new moms who do not have that experience and are pushed into formula? While this hospital claims to be breastfeeding friendly, they are not. Their first course of action when there are issues is to push formula.

01/21/2010

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Be sure to double check your bill

They will charge you for things they didn't do. Specifically they charged me for four IV's when I didn't have one.

Also they run a scam where they bill extra and call it a physicians bill. It's set up so no insurance company will cover it. You will always have to pay the full cost. But I've been told that if you haggle with them over the bill, they will take less money.

It's supposed to be a 'Christian' hospital. Seton Austin Medical. Giving a bad name to Christians everywhere.

05/16/2009

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Overall
Unbelievable Cost

Over $10,000 in CT charges with no firm diagnosis and no warning on cost of procedure. Took 5 minutes. Specialist later told me wrong exam was done anyway. Insurance company then said general cost for procedure is less than 1/10th what Seton Austin charged.

Guess I'm lucky they didn't bill $100,000...

11/11/2008

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Overall
TOO expensive

Great ER, but BOY is it expensive. Waited 30 min (not bad for an ER) I knew what I had but needed antibiotics, i was charged around $2,000. Thank God I had insurance but still had to pay around 350 dlls. Too expensive!!!!!

08/01/2008

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Overall
Refuse all CT scans at Seton even if you have insurance -- $11,250 for undiagnosed stomach pain

I went in with abdominal pain and they did not find anything wrong. They sent me a total bill of $11,250. There were many charges but the three largest were $1600 Visit Fee / $4400 CT Scan / $4100 CT Scan. Accoding to American Medical Association Medicare reimbursement rates (as per their website) the rates for Medicare are $109 Visit Fee / $343 CT Scan / $337 CT Scan. BIG DIFFERENCE. What I should have done: Gone to a primary care physician ($300) and had him send me to an outpatient clinic which would have charged me $600 for each CT scan for a total of $300 + 2x$600 = $1500. I have insurance (Aetna) but even with insurance I ended up paying $6250 (Aetna paid $5000). REFUSE ALL CT SCANS AT SETON. Instead, go to a primary care physician and request a referral to an outpatient clinic. Pay $1500 NOT $11,250.

03/31/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Beware of the Cost (and cleanliness) of the Emergency Room!

Late last year I had a sharp pain in my left side and went to the emergency room at Seton. I was in the ER a total of 90 minutes and really received no treatment other than being told to go home and given a prescription for some pain medication.I was simply shocked when I received a copy of the bill for this 10 minutes of 'medical advice'. It was over $11,000 for Seton's ER alone and another $1,000 for actually speaking to the doctors. The CT Scan alone was in excess of $7,900 when I had an almost identical procedure performed literally across the street a few weeks later at the Heart Hospital of Austin for under $200.

I thought there must be some kind of mistake - less than 90 minutes in the ER, one quick CT scan, sent home without anything other than a standard prescription for $12,000+ and asked for a detailed invoice. I was told that even though there was a single CT scan performed (and obtained a copy of the records from the radiology department - where there was only one image), they were able to see both my kidney and my bladder (two separate body parts!) on the same scan and they were entitled to charge *twice* at $3,400 a time because the radiologist spent two or three seconds looking at two spots on the CT scan image instead of one - I kid you not, that was the explanation for how they justified charging for two separate CT scans when only a single image was obtained.

I don't think I have ever received less value for money for anything in my life. I would never voluntarily use Seton's services again - $12,000+ for a dirty (as in disgusting) ER, 10 minutes of medical attention with nothing beyond 'go home and see if everything is ok in a couple of days', and charging an all ready *extremely* overinflated CT scan price twice (which at the end of the day was only glanced at by the doctor who sent me home) because there was more than one part of the body captured on the image.

BEWARE BEWARE BEWARE!

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