Sutter Tracy Community Hospital has the area’s only emergency department equipped and staffed to respond to medical emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Our team of emergency medical professionals has the training and expertise to evaluate and treat a variety of medical problems quickly and knowledgeably. They also have special training in trauma, pediatrics and advanced cardiac life support. Our emergency department is backed by state-of-the-art equipment and an attending staff of some of the finest doctors in the area.
Call 911 or come to the emergency department for serious or life-threatening injuries and illness, including:
- Injury and Illness — Emergency doctors and staff are expert in treating severe bleeding, allergic reactions, burns or other wounds, difficulty breathing, broken bones, poisoning, convulsions and seizures.
- Heart Attack — Getting good care quickly is critical to recovery from a heart attack or cardiac arrest. Call 911 or go to our emergency room if you have uncomfortable pressure or pain in your chest, discomfort in one or both arms, nausea or lightheadedness, shortness of breath or have broken out in a cold sweat.
- Stroke — Medications delivered right after a stroke can reduce lasting effects. Go to our emergency room if you have sudden weakness on one side of your face, arm or leg, or if you have abrupt loss of vision, strength, balance or speech.
Sutter Tracy provides state-of-the-art imaging services to facilitate rapid diagnosis, as well as advanced transport services for people who need specialty care at another hospital.