Caring for Our Community
CPMC Programs Help Make Health Care Accessible to All
- An expectant mother without health insurance
- A neighbor nearing end of life and in need of a dignified place to spend his last days
- A young child gasping to catch her breath in an uphill battle against asthma
CPMC community health programs help patients like these get the compassionate care they need, regardless of their ability to pay. Your gift to CPMC Foundation can help ensure these services remain available to anyone in need.
St. Luke’s Health Care Center and HealthFirst, an affiliated center for disease prevention and health education, make services more readily available to publicly insured and uninsured patients in communities south of Market Street.
The Lions Eye Foundation and CPMC have partnered together for more than 50 years to provide complex eye procedures and surgeries to those without health insurance.
Operation Access engages CPMC physicians and staff—and has use of our operating rooms—to provide specialty procedures and surgical care to patients with limited financial means.
As part of the citywide Hep B Free Screening Project, a team of CPMC volunteers has developed a mobile program that brings free community education, testing and hepatitis B vaccinations to at-risk adults.
CPMC grant funding helps provide HIV/AIDS Case Management services that promote patient independence, avoidance of crises and
normalizing life with the disease.
Coming Home Hospice provides 24-hour care for terminally ill clients and their families in a caring, homelike setting.
CPMC volunteers help Project Homeless Connect provide medical and social services to San Francisco’s most impoverished residents, including primary medical care, eye exams, wheelchair repair, dental treatment, substance abuse connections, and even acupuncture and massage.
Kalmanovitz Child Development Center offers multidisciplinary assessment and treatment at multiple locations for children with difficulties in learning, social interaction, speech skills, motor skills and eating.
Bayview Child Health Center offers routine, preventive and urgent pediatric care in one of San Francisco’s most medically underserved neighborhoods.
The African American Breast Health Program, Sister to Sister Breast Health Program and St. Luke’s Breast Health Partnerships offer education and screening, as well as access to mammograms, diagnostic testing and other treatment at no cost to uninsured and underinsured women in San Francisco.
To help make quality health care accessible to everyone in our community, donate now by visiting cpmcf.org or calling 415-600-4400.