Mercy San Juan Medical Center prides itself on excellence and has gained national attention through the strength of key programs and services, along with community outreach. For the second consecutive year, Mercy San Juan has been named one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals (March 2008) and is among only four California hospitals receiving this designation. Thomson Healthcare, a medical information products company, named Mercy San Juan among the nation’s top-performing hospitals in eight performance areas centered on clinical excellence, operating efficiency and financial health, as well as responsiveness to the community.
Mercy San Juan serves the people of North Sacramento County, South Placer County and beyond with a comprehensive array of programs that can meet nearly every healthcare need. Established in 1967 in Carmichael, Mercy San Juan recently celebrated is 40th anniversary of providing quality community healthcare. As it looks toward the future, a major $125 million expansion is under way that will bring a new 6-story wing and 110 much-needed hospital beds to the community, as well as upgrades to the existing building and additional parking capacity.
Among the many services Mercy San Juan provides are:
• One of the Sacramento area's leading level II Trauma Centers, recognized nationally as a leader in trauma care
• A Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, listed among the top
5 percent of NICUs worldwide in the care of babies weighing
between one and three pounds
• A Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence, recognized by the
American Society of Bariatric Surgery
• The Mercy Neuroscience Center, which includes a nationally designated primary stroke center. Mercy is the stroke cause sponsor for the American Heart/American Stroke Association