At a Glance
To provide the most personalized, comprehensive and highest quality health care, enhanced by medical education and research.
To be the most Trusted and the most Valued name in American Healthcare.
- Founded in 1897
- Fully integrated, non-profit collaborative health system with 12 hospitals or hospital partners, two nursing homes/skilled nursing facilities and more than 60 clinics providing care to residents in a 29,000-square-mile service area across Central Texas.
- Recognized as the largest multi-specialty practice in Texas and one of the nation’s largest multi-specialty group practice systems.
- More than 12,000 employees, including more than 900 physicians and scientists, 4,300 allied health professionals, and more than 2,800 nurses.
- Principle clinical research and education campus for the Texas A&M Health Science Center (HSC) College of Medicine and a partner in the state’s first Health and Bioscience District.
- The only Level 1 Trauma Center between Dallas and Austin
Centers for Specialized Care
- The Scott & White state-of-the-art Cancer Institute includes the Cancer Treatment Center, the Cancer Research Institute and the Drug Development Institute. It has 12 multidisciplinary, site-specific cancer teams and is one of only 21 academic health centers in the country designated as a Siemens One Center.
- The Scott & White Bone and Joint Institute is comprised of experts in the fields of joint replacement, spinal surgery, foot and ankle surgery, pediatric and oncologic orthopedics, sports medicine, orthopedic trauma and medical orthopedics.
- The Scott & White Heart & Vascular Institute has been listed in the Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals: Cardiovascular Benchmarks for ten consecutive years, and is one of three facilities in the state that performs the MAZE procedure to treat atrial fibrillation. Scott & White surgeons were the first in Central Texas to use the Gore thoracic endograft stent to treat aortic aneurysms.
- The multidisciplinary Neuroscience Institute combines health care experts in neurology, neurosurgery, neuroradiology and neuropsychology to treat patients with neurological disorders and conditions.
- The McLane Children’s Hospital Scott & White is committed to assuring the best possible outcome for each child entrusted to its care. On July 12, 2011, a 20-year partnership agreement with Texas Children’s Hospital was signed to provide a greater scope of pediatric health services to Central Texas.
- The Eye Institute physicians are fellowship-trained in all 11 subspecialty fields of ophthalmology, with include vitreoretinal, glaucoma, oculoplastic, pediatric, neuro-ophthalmology, corneal and external disease, refractive surgery, and ophthalmic pathology.