Kaiser joins Healthy San Francisco providers
San Francisco Chronicle, June 4, 2009
Kaiser Permanente will become the next private healthcare organization to serve patients in San Francisco's universal healthcare program, helping to ease the burden on the financially strapped city clinics and San Francisco General Hospital. Kaiser expects to serve 3,000 Healthy San Francisco patients in its medical offices and hospital beginning July 1, joining a handful of other private hospitals and medical groups.
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