Our Program Locations
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Greater Sacramento Valley
With three medical centers and 10 medical offices in the four-county Greater Sacramento area, Kaiser Permanente members can access care that’s convenient to their home and work.
Founded in 1870, Modesto is located in inland central California. It is one and a half hours southeast of Sacramento, two hours southeast of San Francisco and two hours northeast of San Jose.
Oakland is a bustling, diverse metropolitan city just 10 miles from San Francisco and adjacent to Berkeley. It offers the best of both worlds – the cultural opportunities of an urban environment and uniquely beautiful natural parks and open space.
San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area, with its vibrant cultural life, temperate climate, and vast array of outdoor activities, is arguably one of the best places to live in the world.
San Leandro is a friendly and diverse city with a colorful heritage and numerous cultural amenities including a 450-berth Marina, two golf courses and a large community library.
Nestled in the scenic foothills of Coyote Valley and designed with the latest medical amenities, Kaiser Permanente’s San Jose Medical Center is proud to serve more than 200,000 members throughout the Silicon Valley.
Santa Clara County, also referred to as Silicon Valley is unique because of its combination of scenic attractiveness and economic diversity. With its natural beauty and high standard of living, Santa Clara County has been considered one of the most desirable areas in the United States to live and work.
Santa Rosa, with a population of nearly 180,000, is the county seat of Sonoma County and the largest city in the North Bay. Santa Rosa was recently ranked as fourth of the ten California cities listed in U.S. News and World Report’s ranking of “Best Places to Live,” and is an ideal location to cultivate work-life balance.
The Vallejo campus is composed of a 267-bed hospital and a large outpatient medical office building. The hospital contains a well-equipped emergency department, operating rooms, an intensive care unit, a transitional care unit, a labor-and-delivery suite, and medical-surgical units.
Our training programs provide cutting-edge academic training and humanistic care in a world-class integrated health care system. We are committed to diversity and inclusion in our training programs and with a goal of creating a healthcare workforce that mirrors the communities we serve. We believe diversity creates stronger teams and leads to improved outcomes.
If you want a peek at what the future of U.S. health care might look like, visit your nearest Kaiser Permanente facility.
If we could actually get our health-care system across the board to hit the efficiency levels of a Kaiser Permanente or a Cleveland Clinic or a Mayo or a Geisinger, we actually would have solved our problems.
When people talk about the future of health care, Kaiser Permanente is often the model they have in mind.