Being a not-for-profit institution means Sutter Roseville Medical Center exists not primarily to make money, but to care for the people of our community. And that’s not something you can put a price on. We’re proud to be part of a vast medical network dedicated to delivering a better kind of care to our neighbors.
Serving the communities of South Placer, North Sacramento and beyond, the modern 791,000-square-foot campus offers acute care for all ages in a healing environment enhanced by a 57-acre, oak-studded landscape. Sutter Roseville Medical Center has 328 licensed beds and a full array of services and programs designed to serve the growing community. Sutter Roseville Medical Center was carefully designed to continue evolving as technology advances and is fully accredited by The Joint Commission.
A 71-year-old woman is still riding her Harley-Davidson® motorcycle despite having hip replacement surgery.
Jaime Sconberg is no stranger to the world of competitive athletics, or to the hospital operating room. Back surgery has helped her keep moving.
Diabetes scare pushes Elva to learn more about living well.
Brad Barber went from being close to death, to alive but severely disabled, to walking with a cane thanks to the Sutter Rehabilitation Institute.
After having surgery to remove a large, malignant kidney tumor, Marilyn Mowrer is once again enjoying the active, busy life she’s always lived.
Wayne learned how to get back on his feet and can happily play with his children again after leg numbness gradually forced him into a wheelchair.
Idaho native Kristi Lund was enjoying a summer trip to California when a last-minute outing put her in a wheelchair.
With the help of the Sutter Rehabilitation Institute, Tom is now back at home on his farm and looking forward to playing a little golf.
Awards and Recognition
Sutter Health was named one of the nation’s top five largest health systems in 2016. An independent analysis by Truven Health Analytics found that Sutter Health and other top-performing systems save more lives, have fewer complications and spend less per patient episode of care. Read more about this exciting recognition in our newsroom.
Supporting Our Neighbors
We invest millions of dollars in direct medical services for people in need because we care about the health of our entire community.
We treat our patients and colleagues with compassion and respect because everyone deserves to feel welcomed and supported.
Northern California sits at a crossroads of the right place and the right time. Some of the great advancements that will define the future of our world are happening here.
Quality and Cost
Diversity and Inclusion
Sutter Health is committed to the diversity and inclusion of our workforce and valuing the unique backgrounds and values of the three million patients we care for each year.
At its highest aspiration, philanthropy is a way to have meaningful impact and change peoples' lives in a profound way. As a not-for-profit network, philanthropy enables us to advance research and enhance and expand care for patients and families in our community.