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Located on the Methodist Hospital campus, Mercy Family Health Center doctors and residents offer comprehensive one-stop service for patients of all ages, including primary and urgent care, X-rays, labs and access to hospital specialists.
Please make an appointment in advance of your arrival at the center. We do offer our enrolled patients the convenience of same-day appointments for urgent needs and accommodate walk-in patients based on space availability and urgency.
We are a teaching program and strive to maintain a very high quality of care for our patients. We want you as our patient to see the same provider as much as possible so we can follow your care closely and maintain a high level of continuity of care. Once you select one of our teaching physicians, his or her name will appear on your insurance card as your Primary Care Provider (PCP). Prior to your first appointment, you will be assigned to a highly-skilled resident physician who will see you at your appointments, manage and coordinate your care, and handle referrals. Your resident physician works in collaboration with your PCP to provide you with the high level of quality care you seek.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (916) 681-1600.
Our purpose is to provide a safe primary care medical environment for victims and survivors of exploitation and human trafficking led by understanding physicians and medical staff extensively trained in victim-centered, trauma-informed care.
Each patient has a unique story. Our patients can expect to be treated with the respect, dignity, and compassion they deserve in a safe, judgment-free space focused on their healing, health, and well-being.
It is our honor to share in our patient’s individual journeys, and to participate in their roads of recovery.
If you or anybody you know is a victim of human trafficking and would like to make an appointment or learn more, please call the Mercy Family Health Center at (916) 681-3488.
Learn more about what you can do to support Dignity Health’s Human Trafficking initiative.