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    CPMC Programs Aligned to Health Improvement Goals
    BHSF GoalKey CPMC Programs
    Improve access to care
    Prevent chronic disease and increase wellness
    Reduce the incidence of communicable disease
    Engage in violence prevention

    The California Pacific Medical Center’s not-for-profit mission is to serve our community by providing high-quality, cost-effective health care service in a compassionate and respectful environment, which is supported and stimulated by education and research. Community benefit strives to meet this mission by providing access to necessary services to those in our community who cannot afford health care and by supporting programs and services for those in financial need. California Pacific Medical Center’s Community Benefit Department develops community health programs and services to improve health in San Francisco communities and increase access to health care.

    CPMC is a founding member of Building a Healthier San Francisco (BHSF), in collaboration with other San Francisco non-profit hospitals, the Department of Public Health, philanthropic foundations, health plans, and community-based health organizations. Every three years BHSF conducts a community health needs assessment to determine where the stakeholders should focus efforts in order to improve the health of San Francisco residents. The 2010 health needs assessment informed the following four health improvement goals for the collaborative:

    1. Improve access to care
    2. Prevent chronic disease and increase wellness
    3. Reduce the incidence of communicable disease
    4. Engage in violence prevention
    CPMC’s community benefit department strives to forward these goals through the creation and support of targeted community health programs. The table above outlines how specific CPMC programs align with the four health improvement goals set forth by BHSF.


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    Annual Reports to the Community


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    Community Health Needs Assessment Report

    This Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) covers the service areas for CPMC’s Davies Campus, Pacific Campus, CA West Campus, CA East Campus and St. Luke’s Campus.

    If you are having trouble accessing these documents, please contact Leah Soos, Community Benefit Assistant, at soosL@sutterhealth.org or (916) 286-6784.


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    Contact Community Health Programs

    If you have questions or comments regarding Community Health Programs at California Pacific Medical Center, please contact us at (415) 600-2817.


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