Sutter Medical Center

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Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento
Sutter Health
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Location Sacramento, California, United States
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Website http://www.suttermedicalcenter.org/
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Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento is a medical center in Sacramento, California that has been named one of the Top 100 Hospitals in the nation for five years, including 2013-2015.[1] It is owned and operated by Sutter Health, a Northern California not-for-profit health system. Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento offers both community-based and tertiary medical services. In 2015, Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento (SMCS) consolidated its Sutter Memorial Hospital campus in East Sacramento with its midtown Sutter General Hospital location, with the opening of the Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center and the complete remodeling of Sutter General Hospital into the Ose Adams Medical Pavilion.[2] The midtown location is where Sutter Health's first hospital, Sutter Hospital, opened in 1923. Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento also includes Sutter Center for Psychiatry, providing psychiatric, mental health and chemical dependency services since 1958.

Facilities[edit]

Ose Adams Medical Pavilion[edit]

The 274-bed specialty medical center focuses on general acute medical/surgical care as well as a medical base to advanced services for cancer, orthopedics, spine, and neurology and neurosurgery.[3] Sutter Hospital originally opened on the site of the current Buhler Specialty Pavilion in 1923 as California's largest and most advanced hospital at the time. Sutter General Hospital was constructed in 1987, went through a complete renovation from 2010-2015 while continuing to care for patients, and it was renamed the Ose Adams Medical Pavilion on August 8, 2015.[4] Ose Adams is also the site for Sutter's emergency services, including a children's-only emergency waiting room and department.

Ose Adams Medical Pavilion is currently the home for in-patient services of the Sutter Orthopaedic Institute, Sutter Heart & Vascular Institute, Sutter Neuroscience Institute and Sutter Cancer Center.

Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center[edit]

The Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center is a 242-bed specialty center for pediatrics and women's services, including the labor of pregnant women and delivery of newborns.[5] The Women's and Children's Center was built as part of the massive expansion of services and opened on August 8, 2015 after patients were moved to the new facility from Sutter Memorial Hospital, where nearly 350,000 babies were born since opening in 1937.[6] The 10-story building exclusively holds single patient rooms except for the NICU, where spaces are built to allow more privacy for families and their infants. At part of the expansion, NFL Hall of Famer Steve Young donated $150,000 to open a music therapy center called Sophie's Place, in honor of Sophie Barton.[7]

Sutter Memorial Hospital[edit]

The 346-bed specialty medical center focused on cardiovascular services, transplants, and women's and children's specialty services. Sutter Memorial Hospital opened to the community in 1937 as Sutter Maternity Hospital. Sutter Memorial Hospital was known as "Sacramento's Baby Hospital" and has been the birthplace of nearly 350,000 babies (more than any other facility in the Sacramento region).[8] Sutter Memorial Hospital closed when the Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center opened on August 8, 2015 to the public.

Sutter Center for Psychiatry[edit]

The 69-bed facility provides inpatient and outpatient psychiatric, mental health and chemical dependency services to children, adolescents and adults. Sutter Center for Psychiatry is the leader in providing psychiatric and mental health services in the Sacramento area, including:

  • Adult, adolescent and child inpatient services including family education and support, individual and group therapy, chaplaincy services, psychological testing, recreational therapy, music therapy, movement therapy and chemical dependency assessment
  • Structured child and adolescent partial hospitalization services
  • Interventional psychiatry including electroconvulsive therapy and vagus nerve stimulation therapy

Education and support services including bereavement outreach, bipolar support group, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill and Child Attention Deficit Disorder

  • 24-hour central intake center
  • Outpatient counseling services for children and youth through Sutter Counseling Center


Expansion[edit]

Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento underwent a major expansion to relocate all major services to one advanced medical campus. The new campus features the new Anderson Lucchetti Women’s and Children’s Center, a 242-bed, 10-story building. It also features a helistop on the roof just off Capital City Freeway, which allows helicopters to transport severely injured and sick patients for treatment, mostly newborn and pediatric patients.

Now fully renovated, Sutter General Hospital has been renamed the Ose Adams Medical Pavilion – a five-story, 257-bed facility that includes 24 operating rooms, two new cardiac cath labs, two new electrophysiology labs, five angiography rooms, 106 recovery beds, state-of-the-art digital Imaging Department, emergency services expansion with larger waiting areas, more treatment rooms, and dedicated CT scanner and other imaging equipment, and the addition of a children-only emergency room, and the new home of Sutter Heart and Vascular Institute, in addition to tertiary services including orthopedics, neuroscience, bariatrics and oncology.

In the spring of 2010, Sutter opened Sutter Capitol Pavilion within the midtown medical campus. Sutter Capitol Pavilion features medical offices and outpatient services, including diagnostic imaging, outpatient surgery and recovery facilities. It includes a six-room outpatient surgery suite, 40 recovery beds and non-invasive cardiology and medical offices – and valet services for patients.

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