Breaking Ground: Warm Springs Rehab Hospital

A groundbreaking was held Monday, July 15th for GSRA’s newest rehab hospital project – Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital of Kyle. Due to rain, the ceremony was moved inside Seton Hospital, which is across the street from where it will be built.
The new facility, in which Seton is a partner, will cost approximately $54 million. The two-story, 40-bed hospital will specialize in rehabilitation for stroke, brain and spinal cord injuries, plus amputations and major traumas.

Mayor Lucy Johnson says Kyle has “Become a little bit of a medical hub here in the Central Texas region…which we’ve been thrilled about.”

She says since Seton opened in 2009, other medical facilities have built around it, currently employing around 100 doctors in Kyle.

Over the past 15 years Kyle has grown from a town of less than 5,000 to more than 30,000. With that explosion, the city has hit some crossroads. 

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