News and Events

New Dublin Medical Offices and Cancer Center Opening in May: Here’s What You Need to Know

Soon, Dublin city officials will join Kaiser Permanente leaders in cutting the ribbon to mark the opening of the new Kaiser Permanente Dublin Medical Offices and Cancer Center. Then on Monday, May 20, the first patients will walk through the doors to experience all the services the facility will offer the people of the Tri-Valley and beyond.

Livermore Minor Injury Center Closing in November

The Kaiser Permanente Livermore Minor Injury Center (MIC) will be closing on Friday, November 16, 2018.

Care for minor injuries will still be available at the Pleasanton Medical Offices.

In fact, the Pleasanton MIC is open on Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. so members will have the availability of weekend care. Care in the minor injuries centers will continue to be available by appointment only. Please contact the call center at 1-866-454-8855 to make an appointment.

Dublin Medical Offices and Cancer Center Opening in May 2019

We are excited to bring Kaiser Permanente to the Dublin community. The new facility will be located at 3100 Dublin Blvd. Dublin, CA.

Watch our video to see what the facility has to offer. For a list of the departments available at this facility, click the link below.

Dublin Medical Offices and Cancer Center Fact Sheet

Flu Information Update

A large number of people are experiencing flu-like symptoms in Northern California.  If you think you are in need of medical attention, you may be able to avoid wait time by making medical appointments online. If you need information about flu symptoms and what to do if you think you have it, go to kp.org/mydoctor/flu for frequently asked questions and health guidelines.  And, it’s not too late for a flu shot to help protect you. As always, if you feel you are having a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Walnut Creek Nurses Reunite with Man They Saved

Four nurses step in to help a stranger at Oakland International Airport, then reunite with their families later and find they have Kaiser Permanente in common.

Click here to read the full story.