About Us

Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta is a non-profit health care facility, designated a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital, accredited by The Joint Commission, and a member of the American Hospital Association.

With more than 250 skilled professionals and support staff, approximately 45 active doctors, and more than 80 dedicated volunteers, Mercy Mt. Shasta has been consistently named in the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals by the National Rural Health Association.  
Together with our sister hospitals, Mercy Medical Center Redding and St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, we are the premier health system in Northern California. All three north state hospitals are part of the Dignity Health system, which is made up of 39 hospitals in California, Nevada, and Arizona.

Our History

The Sisters of Mercy, originally founded by Catherine McAuley in Dublin, Ireland in 1831, vowed to serve the people who suffered from poverty, sickness or lack of education.  

Great Kindness Challenge

Mercy Mt. Shasta, as part of Dignity Health, is partnering with Kid for Peace for the 2017 Great Kindness Challenge.

Community Benefit

At Dignity Health, part of our mission is to support the health of our community in measurable, meaningful ways.

Mission, Vision, Values

Dignity Health and Mercy Mt. Shasta are committed to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus, and providing high quality, affordable health care to the community we serve.

Physicians & Residents

Mercy Mt. Shasta is a wonderful community in which to practice medicine. If you're interested in meeting us, we're interested in meeting you.

End of Life Options Act

In alignment with our Statement of Common Values, Dignity Health hospitals have chosen not to participate in this act.