Shasta Regional Medical Center

Founded in 1945 by Dr. Thomas Wyatt as Memorial Hospital, Shasta Regional Medical Center is situated at the downtown Redding in California. This 246 bedded facility is dedicated in offering quality health care and services to the community it serves.

The hospital services include emergency medicine, critical care, general/specialty surgery, oncology, cardiovascular, neurosciences and orthopedic care designed to meet the needs of the community. Health care educational programs are also offered at the hospital.

SRMC also has a Heliport. The hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and is licensed by the state of California.

Shasta Regional Medical Center accepts Medicare patients.

Shasta Regional Medical Center provides Teaching facilities.

Address: 1100 Butte Street , Redding
State: California
Zip: 96001
Phone: 530-244-5400
Fax: 530-244-5384
County: Shasta
Number of Beds: 246
Total Staff : 0

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