Mercy Hospital of Folsom Rating
108 reviews
2.8 Rating
108 reviews

The Mercy Hospital of Folsom is located in Folsom, Sacramento County, California. This hospital has an Emergency Department as well as Cardiovascular Services (including Inpatient Surgery), Physical Therapy, Radiology, and Speech Therapy. Your medical records from any US healthcare provider (such as Mercy Hospital) can be requested online using our convenient HIPAA-compliant online process to obtain them on your behalf quickly and safely at your earliest convenience.

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Special Care Services

  • Intensive Care Unit

Emergency Services

  • Emergency Department


  • Joint Replacement
  • Spine Surgery

Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging

  • Computed Tomography
  • Computed Tomography-Angiography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography


  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech Therapy

Oncology Services

  • Chemotherapy

Surgery Services

  • Inpatient Surgery
  • Robotic Surgery

Neuroscience Services

  • Electroencephalography


  • Obstetrics
  • Hemodialysis

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Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
Control Type
  • Voluntary Nonprofit
  • Church
Total Staffed Beds 106

ICU Beds 8

Licensed Beds 106

Bed Utilization


Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue


TPS Quality Score 50.88 Rating
108 reviews

Michael Caratti

Good hospital They have everything thing they need. Was seen quickly at the ER Was made to stay over night for my leg infection. Brought me food when it was meal time. Got me fresh water multiple times a day with ice. Everyone was nice and respectful The actual doctor was pretty quick and short spoken but my issue was very serious.

Sarah Alvarez

I’ve come here many times. My most recent stay was getting my appendix removed the day before thanksgiving last year. The chief of surgery performed my procedure and staff was attentive, empathetic, and kind. I am a Food and Nutrition Director and I called the kitchen at breakfast on thanksgiving saying thank you for the meal - I asked if chocolate milk was available and they said “we don’t do that here” — surely that isn’t a crazy thing to ask for? No big deal though. I’ve brought my daughter here many times and the staff are quick to assist and offer care. My daughter was born here via c section a few years ago and the staff was great. Overall this is my favorite hospital to go to. I’m thankful for the close location to home and the quick care they have offered me and my family.

Paris Redd

While in the emergency room, the attending nurse (I believe her name was Sarah) tried to put my IV in and then attempted to push the medication. After I pulled my arm back due to the pain, she stated "oh that hurts huh" I then advised her it did. She had to then start on my other arm. I was there for dehydration and a migraine, I have been there for the same exact thing before a few short months prior. I was given all of my medications within a 1.5 to 2 minute span, I was nervous about this as the last time I was advised that reglan had to be pushed through extremely slow. Within minutes I felt very anxious, one moment I was sitting up, the next moment I was unconscious. I woke up panicking and crying, the nurse didn't have me hooked up to anything that was monitoring what was happening to me. I called for the first person I saw, she tried to help me but I couldn't explain anything, I couldn't breathe. I passed out again and woke back up it was only 2-3 seconds but was enough to send me into a full blown panic attack. I started seizing and they started to go get the doctor. I stopped seizing for 1-2 minutes and started seizing again. I came out of the seizure still panicking, the doctor really helped a lot to calm me down but I couldn't get over the overwhelming feeling that I was going to die. I was feeling very anxious and there was nothing that was done by "my" nurse that made me feel better but she also didn't seem like she cared very much. They hooked me up to the monitors after my episodes. My heart rate started accelerating greatly and the machine went off, no one came. I pushed the call button, no one came. My heart rate went higher, the machine continued to go off, no one came. I pushed the button again twice more about 2-3 minutes apart, no one came. I had to call out for help and my nurse stated "you're fine I just have to adjust the parameters everything looks fine". I could clearly see my pulse was over 130 and my BP was high. I wanted to go home the entire time, I was sent home about 45 minutes later with no medication instructions. I've never had a panic attack, a seizure, or loss of consciousness... that day I had all 3. I'm aware that these can be side affects of the medication

Arifu Nuristani

I took my daughter to there. They nurses and doctor take care too much very. I love this place. That’s my second time I took my family this hospital. Customer service are very nice and friendly.

Seth Zirin

Mercy hospital emergency room treated by broken arm on 2000-01-02 when I crashed a mountain bicycle deep in the woods between Folsom Point (Formerly Dyke 8) and the Brown's Ravine Recreational Area. Emergency rooms get pretty busy around holidays, so it should come as no surprise that a broken arm waited several hours while more serious injuries were being tended. A merciful angel heard my whimpering and made me comfortable with Morphine until I was seen, X-rayed, treated, and my partner got me home. Thank you for being there on the holiday weekend when the rest of us were out finding ways to need you. Mercy Hospital of Folsom is a Blessing in Folsom...