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Register for our Downtown Campus Community Forum on March 6

Central Health Board of Managers Officers for 2015

Central Health Board Approves Ground Leases for New Seton Teaching Hospital

Learn about our Downtown Campus Project

 

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1111 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin TX, 78702
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Central Health believes healthy people are vital to a strong community. 

With your help, we're leading the way to better health for all Central Texans. 

 

Envisioning Central Texas as a Model Healthy Community

How is the 1115 Medicaid Waiver transforming health care in Central Texas? Watch the first video in our 8-part series to learn all about these exciting projects that are leading the way to a more efficient, more integrated, and more person-centered system of care.

 


Learn all about our Downtown Campus project

Central Health’s Downtown Campus is a vital community asset that connects the new University of Texas Medical District — including Seton’s new state-of-the-art teaching hospital that will replace UMC Brackenridge in 2017 — with the Texas State Capitol Complex and Downtown Austin, including the city’s envisioned Innovation Zone.

The public is invited to attend a community forum on March 6 to learn more about the project and listen to a panel of experts discuss important topics related to the downtown campus. Visit www.centralhealthcampus.net for more information.

 



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Are you trying to find out if you are eligible for health coverage programs such as MAP, CHIP or STAR?
Please visit www.CHeligibility.net, or call (512) 978-8130.

For general questions about eligibility for the Medical Access Program (MAP) or health care access, please call 512-978-8130.