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Kaiser Permanente Northern California Hospitals Receive Top Patient Safety Scores

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.

Kaiser Permanente hospitals in Northern California with “A” scores include: Antioch, Fresno, Redwood City, Roseville, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Rafael, Santa Clara, San Leandro, Santa Rosa, South Sacramento, South San Francisco, Vallejo, and Walnut Creek. Additionally, Kaiser Permanente hospitals in Fremont, Manteca, Modesto, Oakland, San Jose, and Vacaville received a “B” score.

Kaiser Permanente SSF Reduces Carbon Footprint

With the installation of more than 100 new solar panels and other equipment upgrades, Kaiser Permanente South San Francisco is becoming an increasingly sustainable facility.

The investment is part of a program-wide goal of being carbon neutral by 2020 and carbon positive by 2025, Support Services Administrator Bill Bowdle said.

“Having a clean environment is key to total health and to our organizational mission,” he said. “We’re committed to making the kinds of investments that allow us to do our part to take care of our communities.”

To be carbon neutral, Kaiser Permanente needs to offset as much greenhouse gas as it emits. To be carbon positive, it must offset more than it emits. The goals are ambitious, but attainable.

Text message alert now available at Kaiser Permanente Pharmacies

Members now have the option to receive a text message on your smartphone when your prescription order is ready for pick up at your specified pharmacy location. Just enroll at a Kaiser Permanente pharmacy to activate the text message notification.

You can opt out at any time by replying ‘STOP’ via text or with any Pharmacy staff.  Standard text messaging fees apply.

Did you know that we offer valet service at no additional cost?

Parking at South San Francisco

South San Francisco Medical Center
1200 El Camino Real
South San Francisco, CA 94080

  • The valet service is available from 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. The service is free and tipping is not allowed.

Daly City Medical Office Building

395 Hickey Blvd.
Daly City, CA 94015

  • Assisted valet service provided at the lower levels of the parking garage.
  • The valet service is available from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. The service is free and tipping is not allowed.

If you have any questions regarding the valet service or parking, please call 650-742-2000.

Free Take a Hike program

Join park rangers and docents on a monthly hike that combines exercise and information about park features and natural history. Participants will also hear from a host of doctors who will share tips on remaining active while avoiding injuries and how to prepare for your outdoor activity. Take A Hike is a member of the Healthy Parks, Healthy People Bay Area collaborative with sponsorship from Kaiser Permanente.

The hikes are held on the first Saturday of every month. For details about the program and a full schedule for the year, visit Take A Hike.

The next hike takes place on Saturday, June 3 at San Bruno Mountain. Registration is required.

Hiking