Sutter Roseville Medical Center
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Serving the communities of South Placer, North Sacramento and beyond, the modern 315,000-square-foot facility offers acute care for all ages in a healing environment enhanced by a 57-acre, oak-studded landscape. Sutter Roseville Medical Center opened in 1997 with 313 licensed beds and is currently expanding to meet the growing needs of our community.
Care for Newborns and Children
Each year, more than 2,900 babies enter the world through Sutter Roseville's Family Birth Center. As children grow, families know they can turn to Sutter Roseville should their children require surgery or care for an illness or injury.
The hospital offers different levels of care to provide convenience to families. The hospital's Urgent Care Clinic is open nights, weekends and holidays for immediate care of less serious illnesses and injuries. Sutter Roseville's 24-hour Emergency and Trauma Services departments are staffed around the clock by doctors, surgeons, anesthesiologists and highly trained support staff. When a child requires hospitalization, Sutter Roseville's nine-bed dedicated Pediatric Care Unit offers a friendly environment and a full complement of staff trained to care for children.
Specialty and Critical Care
Parents also have the comfort of knowing Sutter Roseville Medical Center works closely with local pediatricians and pediatric specialists. The hospital is also supported by neonatal and pediatric intensive care units, and the advanced specialty care of Sutter Children's Services at Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento.
Sutter Roseville Medical Center also offers several classes and support groups for parents and children and community outreach programs that offer services and education to parents and children.