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Information about the Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento Expansion project.

Emergency Department Changes

Posted by on Jul 31, 2015 | 0 comments

The Sutter Medical Center Emergency Department at Ose Adams Medical Pavilion (formerly Sutter General Hospital) has gone through a complete renovation and now has a new entrance. Patients and guests enter the Emergency Department on L Street between 28th and 29th streets.

On Aug. 8, the Sutter Memorial Hospital Emergency Department will close and the Sutter Medical Center Emergency Department at Ose Adams Medical Center will open a new dedicated Pediatric Emergency Department. The entrance will be the same as noted above, but will offer children and their families a dedicated waiting and triage area, patient rooms built with children in mind and play spaces.

The new Emergency Entrance is on L Street between 28th and 29th streets.

The new Emergency Entrance is on L Street between 28th and 29th streets.

Main Lobby Changes 7/30

Posted by on Jul 29, 2015 | 0 comments

The next step in opening our expanded medical campus is relocating our main lobby, including our Patient Registration and Cashier’s office.On Thursday, July 30 our main lobby will open at the Anderson Lucchetti Women’s & Children’s Center, 2825 Capitol Avenue, across L Street from Ose Adams Medical Pavilion (formerly known as Sutter General Hospital). Our Patient Parking has also changed, and is now located in Lot B (enter on 29th Street between L Street and Capitol Avenue.

Park in Lot B - entrance is on 29th Street between L Street and Capitol Avenue.

Park in Lot B – entrance is on 29th Street between L Street and Capitol Avenue.

Patient parking is on the 2nd Floor of Lot B. To get to the Women's & Children's Center take the bridge or the stairs to the 3rd Level to cross over. Or take the elevator or stairs to the ground level to cross 29th Street.

Patient parking is on the 1st and 2nd Floor of Lot B. To get to the Women’s & Children’s Center take the bridge or the stairs to the 3rd Level to cross over. Or take the elevator or stairs to the ground level to cross 29th Street.

If you cross over to L Street you can use the North Entrance to enter the Women's & Children's Center. Once you're inside the door, take a right to find the main lobby.

If you cross over to L Street you can use the North Entrance to enter the Women’s & Children’s Center. Once you’re inside the door, take a right to find the main lobby.

In the middle of the main lobby is Patient Registration. If you're here to see a patient you take either the Women's (green), Pediatric (blue) or Adult (orange) elevator portal.

In the middle of the main lobby is Patient Registration. If you’re here to see a patient you take the Adult (orange) elevator portal. From the Adult Elevator Portal you can cross over to Ose Adams Medical Pavilion on levels 2, 3 and 4. On August 8 Women’s (green) and Pediatric (blue) Elevator portals will be available.

Sutter Memorial Momento

Posted by on Jul 28, 2015 | 0 comments

To celebrate our East Sacramento legacy and all the memories from the past 75+ years, we have produced a commemorative tile – replicating the seafoam green tiles many of us remember from Sutter Memorial Hospital’s past. Tiles are $25 and include shipping. Order now.

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Let the Moves Begin

Posted by on Jul 23, 2015 | 0 comments

We are extremely pleased to announce that Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento officially moved our first patients into the Anderson Lucchetti Women’s and Children’s Center (WCC) yesterday (July 22)! Following a visit from the California Department of Public Health this morning and subsequent approval, we moved our medical ICU units to new space on the 4th Floor of WCC.

The rest of the WCC will be occupied when we move Sutter Memorial Hospital on Saturday, Aug. 8.

Virtual Tours

Posted by on Jul 22, 2015 | 0 comments

If you missed the opportunity to tour our new facility during Community Day, we have a new way for you to view our campus.

If you have Google Chrome, please view our YouTube playlist of all tours.

If you have Internet Explorer, please choose your tour:
Maternity
Children’s
Cardiac

Lane Closures Planned as Final Street Improvements Begin

Posted by on May 1, 2015 | 0 comments

street improvement mapAs the Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento midtown expansion project nears completion, final street improvements with the City of Sacramento are underway and are scheduled to continue through May 21.  The area of work extends from K Street to Capitol Avenue between 27th and 29th streets. It involves lowering manholes, grinding, repairing, overlaying and paving, sealing and striping.

Depending on the work to be completed, there will be traffic controls in place that include partial to full lane closures, as well as street closures.  The overlaying and paving will occur the second week in the evenings and overnight (6 p.m. to 6 a.m.) due to the possibility of street closures. There is noise from grinding and trucks, as well as smells from paving and sealing associated with this work.

Here is the day-to-day schedule of street activities: Read More