Burnet, TX 78611
Suprina Dorai MD, FACEP
Seton Highland Lakes Hospital is a 25-bed acute care hospital located between Burnet and Marble Falls on Highway 281. The hospital is the only Emergency Department designated as a Level IV Trauma Center and the only intensive care unit in the growing Highland Lakes area. Physicians enjoy supportive hospital administration and a supportive medical staff, including a hospitalist program. Seton Highland Lakes is the only Texas hospital named to the list of iVantage HealthStrong Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the U.S.
- 64-slice CT scanner
- ED Sonosite Ultrasound
- ED Volume: 11,000
- ED Beds: 8 and 4 monitored hall beds
- Patients/Hour: 1.4
- Admission Rate: 10%
- Coverage: 8- and 12-hour shifts with 24 hours of physician coverage per day
- BC/BE in Emergency Medicine strongly preferred
- Documentation: Cerner
The Seton Highland Lakes ED offers physicians a night shift bonus and high RVU potential. A cohesive, young group of ED residency-trained physicians are supported by an excellent nursing and ancillary staff. The hospital is also a teaching site for the UT Austin Emergency Medicine Residency program. The site employs progressive STEMI, stroke, and trauma protocols for a critical access ED; a transfer center allows for easy patient transfers to larger tertiary care centers nearby when necessary.