Mission: Baylor scott & white health exists to serve all people by providing personalized health and wellness through exemplary care, education and research as a christian ministry of healing.
Programs: See schedule oscott & white hospital - round rock is faith based, nonprofit hospital providing exemplary patient care to the residents of williamson and travis counties and the surrounding communities since 2005. Locations include baylor scott & white medical center - round rock (bsw round rock), a 101-bed acute care hospital and baylor scott & white medical center - lakeway (bsw lakeway), a 106-bed acute care hospital serving the residents of lakeway,this hospital is affiliated with baylor scott & white health (bswh), a faith based nationally acclaimed network of acute care hospitals and related health care entities providing quality patient care, medical education, medical research and other community services to the residents of north and central texas. As the largest not-for-profit health care system in texas and one of the largest in the united states, bswh was born from the 2013 combination of baylor health care system and scott & white healthcare. Today, bswh includes 48 hospitals, approximately 1,000 patient care sites, more than 7,800 active physicians, over 48,000 employees and the scott & white health plan. Bsw round rock provides access to quality medical services including areas of excellence such as cardiology, orthopedics, women's services and outpatient care. Bsw round rock serves it patients through their primary care clinics, 19-bed emergency department and physical medicine and rehabilitation. Bsw lakeway offers comprehensive services in a variety of specialties including advanced medical services for brain and spine conditions, stroke, cardiology, orthopedics, urology, women's health, endocrinology, oncology, diagnostic imaging, intensive and emergency care. Bsw lakeway also has a level ii nicu on-site. During the fiscal year, bsw round rock & bsw lakeway admitted 9,082 patients resulting in 31,852 patient days; delivered 751 babies, and received 33,044 emergency department visits. Additionally, the hospital provided community benefits (as reported to the texas department of state health services and in accordance with the state of texas statutory methodology) of $21,556,753 and provided community benefits (as reported on the internal revenue service (irs) form 990, schedule h) of $14,971,711 during the tax year. The texas annual statement of community benefit standard includes approximately $6,322,506 of unreimbursed cost of medicare that is not included in the irs form 990, schedule h. See schedule h for more information regarding these services and how bsw round rock promotes the health of the communities.