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.
We are consolidating providers to provide the best possible care. The transition to the Pleasanton MIC allows for better coordination of services, as the Pleasanton MIC is staffed by two physicians and members will be able to get appointments quickly when needed.
Unlike the Livermore MIC, the Pleasanton has an orthopedic technician on staff, so patients with sprains and bone injuries will be able to get casts during the same appointment.
The MICs provide care for:
- Acute extremity injuries
- Evaluation and clearance of concussion
- Laceration repair
- Removal of superficial foreign bodies from skin and eye
- Other musculoskeletal injuries
When the Dublin Medical Center opens in May, members in the Tri-Valley area will have access to a full array of urgent care services.
Kaiser Permanente is committed to quick, convenient treatment for minor injuries with our MICs and that will continue during this six-month period.
The address of the Pleasanton Medical Offices is 7601 Stoneridge Drive.
For patients who work in or commute through other areas of the East Bay, Kaiser Permanente also has minor injury centers in Antioch and Walnut Creek.