The Medical Center
Mercy Medical Center, a member of Dignity Health, began serving patients in 1944, when the Sisters of Mercy, Burlingame bought Saint Caroline’s Hospital. The current facility was dedicated in 1953 and the hospital has grown and developed into a state-of-the art referral hospital for all of Northern California while retaining its community flavor and reputation for personal care.
Mercy Medical center is a 267-bed Level II Trauma, acute care hospital that, combined with 1 critical access hospital in Mount Shasta and a community hospital in Red Bluff, forms the Dignity Health North State region. We serve a culturally diverse patient population. Our medical center is community based and is a local center for cardiac procedures, regional cancer services, and contains a Level Ill NICU. We are affiliated with University of the Pacific, Simpson University, and the University of California - Davis and serve as a training site for pharmacy IPPE/ APPE student, nursing students, and a family medicine residency.
Our library is an excellent resource for reading and audio materials, literature searches, and teaching materials preparation. Our library staff has been a leader in promoting evidence based medicine and in developing a state-of-the-art teleconferencing network linking Mercy to our rural and remote sites.
The 2021–2022 residency manual can be downloaded here
Contact Our Program
Direct requests for more information should be addressed to:
Pam Cruzan RPh, BCSCP
Residency Program Director
Mercy Medical Center Redding
2175 Rosaline Ave
P.O. Box 496009
Redding, CA 96049-6009
Phone: (530) 225-7045
Email: [email protected]