Shasta Regional Medical Center, is proud to be ranked as a 100 Top Hospital in the nation for the third year in a row. We are committed to being your regional medical center of choice in the North State.
Shasta Regional Medical Center offers patients with heart and vascular diseases comprehensive prevention and treatment services in one convenient location. Our Cardiovascular Catheterization Laboratory provides the most technologically advanced equipment and therapies for blocked arteries, aneurysms, and clots, as well as procedures in treating heart rhythm disorders implantable cardiac defibrillators and pacemakers.
- Coronary artery bypass grafting
- Valve repair and replacement
- Aorta repair
- Thoracic procedures
- Vascular procedures
Our 24-hour Emergency Department is located just off the freeway, allowing for the fastest possible transit and admission of emergency patients. Our Emergency Department is specially trained and staffed to handle rapid diagnosis and fast track care during the critical early stages of a heart attack, stroke and shock when seconds count in your treatments.
At Shasta Regional Medical Center your medical emergency will be seen by our medical professionals within minutes of your arrival for all problems ranging in
severity from the common cold to life-threatening medical emergencies.
In addition, the SRMC Shasta Regional Medical Center Emergency Department works in conjunction with REACH 5, the North State’s regional air medical helicopter, to transport the most critically ill or injured patients within moments of activation. Learn More.
Heart Wellness Screening
As part of our commitment to providing excellent inpatient medical care, Shasta Regional Medical Center is pleased to offer patients the service and attention of our dedicated hospitalists.
A hospitalist is a physician who specializes in caring for patients in the hospital. Our hospitalists work with emergency department physicians, your primary care physician (PCP) and any necessary specialists to provide a seamless transition, from admission to discharge to outpatient follow-up.
Hospitalists are available to provide care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and are accessible throughout your hospital stay. They know every specialty and department in the hospital and are in the hospital all day, ready to assist you. During critical and stressful moments, they will provide honest and considerate answers to your questions and will be able to spend time talking to you and your family about your care at times when your primary care physician is not available.
Shasta Regional Medical Center hospitalists are Board certified/Board eligible internal or family medicine physicians, and generally do not have an outpatient medical practice. Many hospitalists have additional training in pulmonary, critical care medicine or other sub-specialties. Our hospitalists typically work one week on and one week off, so you may see more than one hospitalist physician during your stay.
Our laboratory is located on the hospital campus and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and on holidays. The Clinical Laboratory is accredited by the Joint Commission and The American Association of Blood Banks. We perform a full range of diagnostic tests. Testing is performed by licensed Clinical Laboratory Scientists with bachelor degrees, and blood draws are performed by California Certified Phlebotomy Technicians with training and experience with all age groups. A pathologist is available for physician consultation.
Nutritional Wellness Coaching
Shasta Regional’s Nutrition Coaching Program is designed to help you make the changes you need to live a healthy lifestyle. Research shows that people who have changed to a healthier lifestyle of eating and increased activity have done so by making small changes. We focus on helping you make little changes that create lasting results. Nutrition coaching is successful because you decide what you want to change and how you want to change it…the coach is your guide.
Orthopedics is the branch of medicine concerned with diseases, injuries, and conditions of the musculoskeletal system: the body’s bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves. Thanks to the advances in orthopedic medicine, many are enjoying longer and more active lives. Learn More.
Stroke / Neuroscience
We have a 24-hour stroke team, and we received our Gold Award from the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association as reported in the July 2011 issue of U.S. News and World Report.
The Stroke Center offers comprehensive treatment for stroke patients. Services range from diagnosis to caring for patients affected by stroke. Beginning with an immediate evaluation and screening by a rapid response stroke team, specialized nurses, physicians and therapist work together to provide high-quality care throughout hospitalization to discharge.
In addition, our experts provide preventive care and screening of high-risk patients.
Our commitment to providing comprehensive neurocare services is evident in our inpatient care unit for neuro patients.
Shasta Regional also is involved in increasing awareness by providing regular stroke-risk screenings and educational seminars/workshops in the community. Learn More.
Our high-tech approach to surgical care includes the use of a variety of new technology and minimally invasive techniques. SRMC surgeons perform general and vascular surgery, neurosurgery and spine surgery, as well as thoracic, orthopedic, urology, gynecology, eye, and ear, nose and throat surgery. We also offer a blood conservation option to surgical procedures.