News & Events

Central Valley Area Breast Cancer Center Earns National Accreditation

Kaiser Permanente’s Central Valley Area has earned a prestigious three-year accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), administered by the American College of Surgeons.
To get the NAPBC accreditation, Kaiser Permanente underwent a rigorous evaluation process and review of its performance, while demonstrating its commitment to provide the highest level of quality breast care to Central Valley Area members.


Weekly Farmers Market Coming to Manteca Medical Center Beginning May 5

A new farmers market will open on May 5 at the Manteca Medical Center, providing opportunities for our members and employees to access fresh and healthy produce right at our facility.

Your Prescription is Ready! Get a Text Message when your Prescriptions are Ready for Pickup.

New text messaging service now available at Kaiser Permanente Central Valley pharmacies

As a part of its commitment to delivering excellent service, Kaiser Permanente Pharmacy Services is piloting a text notification system for customers who are picking up prescriptions from our outpatient pharmacies.

Expecting a Baby? Check out Centering Pregnancy

Centering Pregnancy is a fun, unique prenatal program available for expecting moms at Kaiser Permanente. You’ll join other moms-to-be for 2-hour group appointments that give you private time with a health care professional as well as group education and support. Best of all, you can bond with other women who share a similar due date and form lasting friendships. It’s like a prenatal playdate!

Kaiser Permanente Central Valley Launches Member Shuttle

You can now ride a shuttle between our Manteca and Modesto medical centers at no cost.
“With our service area covering both San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties, we recognize transportation to our facilities can sometimes be a challenge,” says Corwin Harper, senior vice president and area manager in the Central Valley. “We want to make sure that our members can get to their doctor appointments, or visit their loved ones in our hospitals.”