Location Profile

Abilene, Texas

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Abilene, Texas
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Abilene, Texas. With over 200 beds, more than 1,000 healthcare professionals, and state-of-the-art care options, the hospital is a full-service facility for all of its patients. Known for its NICU, and accredited for stroke health, joint health and chest pain, the provider is known for excellence.

Community Overview

Abilene, Texas is one of the most exciting parts of West Texas. Located not far from Dallas, it features the amenities, culture, and infrastructure of a much bigger city but has a great small town feel. A flurry of development keeps residents enjoying the city, and Abilene has ranked as one of the top places to retire in the country. Abilene has been under development in recent years, with much of the excitement found in the Southern part of the city. As the city adds more commercial, retail and residential space, it makes exploring Abilene a delight.

Learn more about Abilene at the official city website and explore the area at the Taylor County website and the Jones County website.

Cost of Living


The Abilene area features two school districts for the academic needs of the growing community. The Abilene Independent School District includes 2 high schools, 2 magnet high schools, 4 middle schools and 15 elementary schools. Students can also attend one of the region’s special and alternative campuses if needed. Throughout the years, multiple campuses in the district have won Gold Performance awards for various subjects. Wylie Independent School District serves the Southern region of Abilene and features 6 schools, including a National Blue Ribbon Campus, Wylie High School.

Click here to read more about public schools in Abilene.
Click here to read about private schools in Abilene.

Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


CityLink, the local bus system features 12 weekday routes and 7 Saturday routes to destinations throughout the city.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

The shopping of Abilene is varied, and stretches from the historic downtown to the mall. Throughout the city, you’ll find plenty of charming shops with handmade or interesting items to buy. If you want to purchase clothes, makeup, media, or anything else, you can visit one of the premier Abilene shopping destinations, such as The Mall of Abilene. The city also packs a variety of culture and entertainment activities for all ages, like the Frontier Texas Museum and the Abilene Zoo. History lovers will love the ghostly Fort Phantom Hill or exploring the 1910 Swenson House. For the young or the young at heart, run around in the Storybook Capital of America looking at the city’s growing collection of storybook characters including the Grinch, Stuart Little, and Duck on a Bike, or visit the National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature.

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Religious Centers


Crime Rate

Abilene has experienced a 20% decrease in the city’s crime rates, and anticipates the incident number to keep falling. The Abilene Police Department is a force for crime prevention and regularly engages in policing and community awareness to reduce incidents.

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