Sutter Roseville Medical Center Rating
151 reviews
3.5 Rating
151 reviews

Placer County’s Sutter Roseville Medical Center is a Short Term Acute Care hospital located in Roseville, California. This hospital has an Emergency Department, Cardiovascular Services, Inpatient Surgery, Physical Therapy, Radiology Speech Therapy, and Cardiovascular Services. If you need records from any US healthcare provider (such as Sutter Roseville Medical Center), we can help you request them quickly and securely through our online process- all you need to do is use our HIPAA-compliant online form.

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Special Care Services

  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Neonatal Intensive Care

Emergency Services

  • Emergency Department


  • Arthroscopy
  • Joint Replacement
  • Spine Surgery


  • Cardiac Cath Lab
  • Cardiac Rehab
  • Coronary Interventions
  • Vascular Intervention
  • Vascular 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


  • Lithotripsy
  • Obstetrics
  • Hemodialysis

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Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
  • Short Term Acute Care
Control Type
  • Voluntary Nonprofit
  • Other
Subprovider Units
  • Rehabilitation
Total Staffed Beds 328

ICU Beds 32

Licensed Beds 328

Bed Utilization


Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue


TPS Quality Score 33.13 Rating
151 reviews

Kathy McDaniel

Had an emergancy where my husband was admitted and had neuro surgery. Then returned 4 months later for more surgery. We have never had better care. The hospital is well organized, has great service, it is very clean and has a pleasing ambience. Every staff member Nurse, Doctor and volunteer gave us the best care and respect. They hold our health and security with the upmost importance. Thank you Sutter health. ❤

Prime Barons Legacy

I had my baby here 2 months ago. The labor and delivery staff were amazing and attentive. That’s why the three stars. When I got to postpartum is where everything went bad. I was in so much pain and couldn’t sit. When I kept explaining this I was given Motrin and Tylenol for pain which needless to say DIDN'T help. When I asked for something stronger and crying trying to sit on the toilet the nurse came in and I was told there is an epidemic, for pain medication. As if everyone on the planet doesn’t know that. I had just had a baby and was treated like a drug seeker which is disgusting to treat a patient who’s in obvious pain like that. After the nurse told me that she gave me lavender cotton balls to smell as if that takes pain away. What the hell. It was the worst postpartum experience ever. I have had three other children at a different hospital and my stay was amazing. I will never deliver here again.

Tim Haaby

I had a surgery appt Aug. 28th. It was cancelled due to EKG error. I am upset. But another problem was that I had similar surgery in jan 2019 to repair Drop Foot. It Did Not work. Thus the surgery on The 28th. On the first surgery I asked to spend a couple of nights in hosp after surgery. They agreed. This surgery, I was Denied any Chance of Stay after. My question is How Much do Drs. Lose in $$$$ if a person stays after surgery? Because Yesterday the Dr. was the one to Deny my Stay. How much money is involved. Upset Mr. Habby.

Kristie Hatfield

Dont get injured and expect respect from Sutter doctors. These being doctors who think they know you better than you know yourself and treat you as such. If you have the choice, I'd advise choosing another medical group and PCP to get your care from. A PCP that holds themselves accountable and takes their oath for patient care seriously, one who listens to you, and most importantly, treats you with respect.

Patrick Dolohery

I'm currently a patient in the telemetry unit I came into the ER yesterday morning (Saturday July 13th) for chest pain and being from out of state visiting family made it a little more stressful. As soon as I walked in the ER there was no line to check but quite a few people waiting to be seen. I told the triage nurse what was wrong and she ordered an EKG right away I don't remember her name though but very nice and understanding. No sooner than she finished typing up the EKG order the ER tech Tony was there with a wheelchair and took me to do an EKG. After having that done, he took me to the triage room where I was met by Doctor Royer, a very nice man and didn't treat me like I didn't know what I was talking about and not condescending at all. He ordered meds and tests for me and was taken to a room right away. There I was met by the ER nurse David, who was super cool. He along with a paramedic intern started 2 IV's. Shortly after that I received nitroglycerin and other meds for chest pain. Dr. Gopez who admitted me was great too. Once I got to a room in telemetry the staff on all shifts have been above and beyond amazing including the nurses Jhermaine, Kathy, Lily and the nursing assistants Aubree, Beverly, Mary. They have all been amazing and seeing to my needs. The imaging and nuclear med techs have been just as amazing. Considering I was in the area from out of state to see family and had this come up was a great experience and having everything explained to me all the better and with my heart/health issues, this by far has been great. A thumbs up and five star rating to all involved in my care. Thank you!