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Austin-Based Nonprofits and Government Agencies Receive Federally Funded Support

Central Health Board of Managers Officers for 2015

Central Health Board Approves Ground Leases for New Seton Teaching Hospital


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1111 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin TX, 78702
(512) 978-8000




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 did we keep our promises to the community in 2014? Download the presentation we gave to our Board of Managers on Feb. 4. 

How is the 1115 Medicaid Waiver transforming health care in Central Texas? You can watch videos from our 8-part series at the Regional Health Partnership 7 website 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. New videos will be released in the weeks to come, so check back othen!


Learn all about the Central Health Brackenridge Campus project

Central Health’s Brackenridge 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.

Visit for more information.

Please take our Community Survey and help us plan for the future! 

CH logo   Download our Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Report

 CH logo  Learn about the Southeast Health & Wellness Center  

 CH logo  Financial transparency page


Are you trying to find out if you are eligible for health coverage programs such as MAP, CHIP or STAR?
Please visit, 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.