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State-of the art facility opening August 2019 at Mission Bay Medical Offices
Professional athletes to “weekend warriors” can depend on Kaiser Permanente Sports Medicine to provide the care they need to stay in the game.
Located at the Mission Bay Medical Offices, the 16,000 square foot Sports Medicine Center will be used to diagnose and treat injuries related to sports or recreational activities and athletics. The facility includes a 7,000 square foot open gym, onsite imaging, nine physical therapy rooms, and sport-specific rehabilitation with simulated environments.
The back-to-back NBA Champion Golden State Warriors and Kaiser Permanente today announced an evolution of a multi-year partnership that expands the two organizations’ broader commitments to health and wellness through the creation of Thrive City, a community gathering place in San Francisco that will bring people together from all over the Bay Area to provide health programs and services.
As part of its ongoing commitment to support the Bay Area’s aging population and to reduce hunger, Kaiser Permanente is providing a $500,000 grant to Meals on Wheels San Francisco (MOWSF). The grant will go towards building a large kitchen facility that will nearly triple healthy meals production. Additionally, the grant supports the critical work that MOWSF does in checking the general health of seniors, whether it is a client’s physical or mental wellbeing.
The Leapfrog Group’s annual safety report shows Kaiser Permanente hospitals received top scores for limiting patient injuries, reducing medical errors, and preventing infections.
The Leapfrog Group gave 14 Kaiser Permanente hospitals across Northern California a top score of “A” in its annual safety report, which examined and graded more than 2,600 hospitals throughout the United States.
Bethan Powell, MD, Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Gynecologic Oncology Department, is 1 of 5 physicians from The Permanente Medical Group recently honored with the Sidney R. Garfield Exceptional Contribution Award. Named after its founder, the award recognizes innovative physicians who have developed systems and programs that have a significant impact on patients, colleagues, and the broader community.