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Manager of ICU

Sutter Mills Peninsula Medical Center

Headquartered in Sacramento, we provide coordinated care to more than 3 million Californians. Our integrated network has created a connected model of care that is delivering coordinated healthcare when, where and how people need it. We are committed to ensuring healthcare is accessible and inclusive to all by offering comprehensive services and quality health programs tailored to the diverse communities we serve.


  • Hospitals — 23
  • Ambulatory Surgery
    Centers — 33
  • Cardiac Centers — 8
  • Cancer Centers — 11
  • Acute Rehabilitation
    Centers — 4
  • Mental Health and Addiction Centers — 5
  • Trauma Centers — 5
  • Licensed General Acute Care Beds — 4,174
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Units — 7

Manager of ICU

Sutter Mills Peninsula Medical Center

  • This is a 24 bed ICU with an average census  of 12-14 patients per day
  • This position covers about 75 employees and is assigned an Assistant Nurse Manager
  • Tenured staff
  • Wants to be managed
  • Solid staffing levels
  • Improve Employee engagement
  • Learn more about Sutter Mills

  • About Sutter Mills Peninsula Medical Center

    Sutter Health Mills-Peninsula Medical Center (MPMC) is a 241-bed, not-for-profit general medical and surgical located in Burlingame, California.[1] In addition to emergency and ICU services, MPMC offers both inpatient and outpatient services at its 450,000 square foot campus.[2][3]


    Originally founded in 1954 as Peninsula Hospital, it merged with Mills Memorial Hospital in 1985 and became Mills-Peninsula Hospitals.[4] In 1986, Mills-Peninsula was a founding member of the California Healthcare System (CHS), along with local medical centers California PacificAlta Bates Summit, and Marin General.[5] Ten years later, in 1996, CHS merged with Sutter Health. The same year, the Burlingame hospital became Mills-Peninsula Medical Center and absorbed all inpatient care; the Mills hospital campus in San Mateo, originally founded in 1907, became Mills Health Center and transitioned to an outpatient clinic.[4] In 2011, the original Peninsula Hospital building was demolished after a new hospital was constructed to meet California’s seismic requirements.[3][6]

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