Dignity Health Sacramento hospitals are reporting that they provided more than $213 million during fiscal year 2023 in patient financial assistance for those unable to afford medical necessary care, unreimbursed costs of Medi-Cal/Medicaid, community health improvement services, and other community benefits.  


Dignity Health Hospitals in the Sacramento region which contributed to this feat include Mercy Hospital of Folsom, Mercy General Hospital,Mercy San Juan Medical Center, Methodist Hospital of Sacramento, Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and Woodland Memorial Hospital. The amount in health care assistance for each area facility is as follows:

●  Mercy General Hospital: $49,705,403 


●  Mercy Hospital of Folsom: $22,639,163 

●  Mercy San Juan Medical Center: $72,441,402 


●  Methodist Hospital of Sacramento: $35,079,581 

●  Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital: $5,982,706 

●  Woodland Memorial Hospital: $28,074,005 


Dignity Health takes a comprehensive approach to improving community health, including not only inpatient, outpatient and emergency medical care, but also a range of prevention and health improvement programs delivered alongside community partners, financial grants to non- profit organizations, and investments in efforts that address the social determinants of health. 

“Dignity Health provides emergency medical care and medically necessary care in our hospital facilities to all patients, without regard to a patient’s financial ability to pay,” reads a statement in a press release. 


The hospital has a financial assistance policy that describes the assistance provided to patients for whom it would be a financial hardship to fully pay the expected out-of-pocket expenses for such care, and who meet the eligibility criteria. The financial assistance policy, a plain language summary and related materials are available in multiple languages on our hospital’s website. 

More information about Dignity Health’s financial assistance policy, including who is eligible to receive assistance, can be found here, and general information about our hospitals can be found here. 

Dignity Health is a multi-state nonprofit network of 10,000 physicians, more than 60,000 employees, 41 acute care hospitals, and 400-plus care-centers, including community hospitals, urgent care, surgery and imaging centers, home health, and primary care clinics in Arizona, California, and Nevada. Dignity Health is dedicated to providing compassionate, high-quality, and affordable patient-centered care with special attention to the poor and underserved. Dignity 

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