Serving Sacramento for generations, Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento first began operation in 1923. The original facility, known today as Ose Adams Medical Pavilion, was a private, nonsectarian hospital incorporated by a small group of physicians.
Now part of the Sutter Medical Center campus, the Ose Adams Medical Pavilion focuses on general acute medical/surgical care as well as a medical base to advanced services for cancer, orthopedics, spine, and neurology and neurosurgery.
The first satellite hospital in California, Sutter Memorial Hospital, opened in 1937. It was the first hospital in California to utilize isolation techniques and multiple nurseries for infants. The specialty medical center, known for its cardiovascular services, transplants, and women's and children's specialty services, was replaced in 2015 by Sutter’s Anderson Lucchetti Women’s & Children’s Center.
The 242-bed state-of-the-art specialty medical center focuses on women's and children's specialty services, and includes medical intensive care units for cardiac and neurological patients.
Sutter Center for Psychiatry, established in 1958, is a hospital providing a full range of psychiatric and mental health services for adults, children and adolescents. These include inpatient and outpatient psychiatric, mental health, and chemical dependency services.
Today, Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento, a not-for profit organization, provides a broad array of high-quality patient services to residents of the greater Sacramento area and Northern California. Patient admissions exceed 30,000 each year, as Sutter continues its tradition as one of the most up-to-date healthcare centers in the nation. Some of the specialties Sutter offers are orthopedics, neurology, urology, oncology, hospice, perinatal and neonatal care, psychiatry, pulmonary medicine, pediatrics, cardiology, and transplant surgeries for heart, multi-organ and bone marrow.