Welcome to Kaiser Permanente East Bay
New Oakland Medical Center opening in 2014
Take a look at everything the new hospital and specialty medical offices will offer, including an Emergency Department and a comprehensive Pediatric Center.
Personal Safety Tips
The attached handout provided by the Richmond Police Department contains tips that can help you avoid becoming a victim of crime when you are out and about or at work.
A Security officer is always available to escort you to your vehicle after hours. Please call for assistance, and keep these numbers handy.
Security Manager: 510-307-2442
Security Director: 510-752-7615
Security Services: (Non-Emergency) 510-307-2434, (Emergency) 510-752-7777
Servicio telefónico en español
(Spanish Line phone numbers are available for member use. These link directly to the Spanish call center and can be used to book appointment in Adult Primary Care, Family Medicine, Ob/Gyn and Pediatrics.)
Españolas números de teléfono de línea están disponibles para su uso miembro. Estos enlace directo al centro de llamadas en español y puede ser utilizada para reservar cita en Atención Primaria para Adultos, Medicina Familiar, Ob / Gyn y Pediatría.
Oakland and Alameda:
Para servicio en Español llama al 510-752-8556
Richmond and Pinole:
Para servicio en Español llama al 510-307-2365
There's help for domestic violence
When people hear the words “domestic violence,” they often assume it means hitting, kicking, or choking.
“Domestic violence includes these behaviors and many others,” says Carol Azar, Health Education manager at our Oakland Medical Center. “Feeling controlled, threatened, blamed, intimidated, criticized, or put down by someone you love are all aspects of domestic violence.”
If you recognize any of these warning signs in your relationship, Kaiser Permanente is a safe place to discuss it. Our physicians, nurses, social workers, and other staff members are prepared to talk with you, help you, and connect you to community resources.
Learn more or view or print a Northern California Local Advocacy Resource Sheet for help with emergency housing, counseling, safety planning, health services, legal services, and more.
Other resources for help with domestic violence include the following:
The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233); 1-800-787-3224 (TTY for the deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired)
Safe Alternatives to Violent Environments (S.A.V.E.) for Fremont/Hayward at (510) 794-6055
The Alameda County Family Justice Center for Oakland at (510) 267-8800
The Family Violence Law Center’s Mobile Response Team 24-hour Crisis Line for Alameda County at (510) 757-5123