After years of research, dozens of visits to the best health care facilities in the nation and myriad meetings with employees, physicians and members of our community, we are pleased to share the future of our campus and what is sure to be one of the most innovative medical centers in the country.

In planning, designing and building the new Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento, we’ve led with a clear vision to deliver an innovative, creative and patient-focused approach to family-centered care.

Below are the new buildings or renovations currently underway on our midtown medical campus.


Saturday, August 8, 2015 is currently planned as the closure of Sutter Memorial Hospital and occupancy of the Women’s and Children’s Center.


Future of Sutter Memorial Hospital

Sutter Memorial has served the region since 1937, delivering over 300,000 babies and advancing numerous medical innovations along the way. Built on what was then the “edge” of town, the 20-acre site now sits in the heart of East Sacramento, one of the city’s oldest and most cherished neighborhoods. Redeveloping the site—and knitting it into the fabric of such a distinct, architecturally rich community—will continue the legacy of this great institution.

“The closure of Sutter Memorial presents a unique opportunity to redevelop the site in a manner which complements and reconnects the existing neighborhood,” says Keri Thomas, regional director of community and government relations for Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region.

To make this plan a reality, Sutter has partnered with StoneBridge Properties, a subsidiary of Teichert Land Co. Like Sutter, Teichert has been deeply committed to the growth, health and vitality of the Sacramento region for well over a century.

In place of Sutter Memorial Hospital, a new neighborhood will honor the existing architectural heritage of East Sacramento, while providing new homes built with high standards of green, healthy performance. Learn more about the Sutter Park Neighborhood or view the proposed plan.