Acts of Humankindness
Chris Lawley Scholarship
End of Life Option Act
Great Kindness Challenge
Mission, Vision, and Values
North State Region
Physicians and Residents
Over a century of tradition, standards, and consistency have led St. Elizabeth to receive the prestigious Truven 100 Top Hospital Award seven times.
From our humble beginnings at a downtown Red Bluff residence, to our current facility on Sister Mary Columba Road, St. Elizabeth Community Hospital has always been committed to providing the highest quality, compassionate care available.
Our hospital has sustained the tradition of mission and remained grateful to our employees who make up the exceptional caring team who stand to service you.
Along with our recognition as a Truven 100 Top Hospital, we have also been recognized as a Truven Best Place to Work, and we hold five-star rankings in orthopedics, gastrointestinal surgery, and patient safety from Healthgrades.
We thank you for choosing St. Elizabeth Community Hospital and Imaging Center, and we look forward to being your provider of choice for the next century.
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.
St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, as part of Dignity Health, has partnered with Kids for Peace for 2017 Great Kindness Challenge.
At Dignity Health, part of our mission is to support the health of our community in measurable, meaningful ways.
Dignity Health and St. Elizabeth Community Hospital are committed to furthering the ministry of Jesus.
Red Bluff is a wonderful place to practice medicine. If you're interested in meeting us, we're interested in meeting you.
In alignment with our Statement of Common Values, Dignity Health hospitals have chosen not to participate in this act.