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Kaiser Permanente Redwood City Medical Center

Neurology Team Uses High Precision, High Tech Deep Brain Stimulation

It started as a little tremor in her left little finger, until Darcy Blake experienced full-blown Parkinson’s disease, helped innovate a world-wide support system for women with Parkinson’s, and went through a high-tech, high-precision medical procedure at Kaiser Permanente in Redwood City that changed her life.

“I’m thrilled,” said Blake, Communications Director at Menlo College. “The medical team at Redwood City has given me a new life.”

Blake, in her sun-drenched office at the college, is tremor-free after undergoing a relatively new surgical procedure called “Deep Brain Stimulation” (DBS), which involves delicately placing tiny electrodes directly into the brain, and connecting them to an implanted device similar to a pacemaker. See the photos and read the fully story here.Kaiser Permanente is not responsible for the content or policies of external Internet sites.


New Redwood City Hospital opens late 2014

taking_you_well_into_the_future_121x100Our new Redwood City Hospital has been under construction since the Fall of 2011. The walls of reinforced concrete siding have been installed on the outside of the building. The innovative exterior requires no paint and has a clean, finished look. The hospital now looks complete from the outside, however, construction on the interior walls, and installation of state-of-the-art technology will continue until the hospital is scheduled to open in late 2014.

Visit the new hospital webpage to view a simulated video tour of our new facility and learn about the amenities and services that will be offered.


Welcome

Kaiser Permanente has been providing health care in Redwood City and its surrounding areas since 1952. Our medical center includes our hospital and several outpatient facilities. We hope you find this website informative and helpful in learning about the health care services we provide.

In our accredited hospital, we provide a wide range of specialized services including cardiology, chronic conditions management, and neuro-interventional radiology. Members from Northern California travel to our Neuroscience Center because we specialize in the treatment of stroke and neurological disorders. Our outpatient medical offices, laboratory, and pharmacies are in one location around our medical center campus to make it easy for you to receive all the services you need.

We are continuously updating our facilities and services to better serve our members with our new hospital scheduled to open in late 2014.

Our San Mateo medical offices, which opened in 2011, are conveniently located just off Highway 101 at Hillsdale Boulevard. In this facility, we provide family-centered care -- choosing one doctor for your entire family, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, sports medicine, pharmacy, lab, x-ray, mammography, optometry and optical center. Visit our San Mateo Medical Offices website for the latest information on this newer facility.

Frank T. Beirne, FACHE
Senior Vice President
& Area Manager
San Mateo Area

Maureen O’Brien, RN
Chief Operating Officer
Redwood City

James O’Donnell, MD
Physician in Chief
Redwood City
 

Tony Borba, MBA

Medical Group Administrator
Redwood City

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Location

Hospital and Main Campus
1150 Veterans Blvd.
Redwood City, CA 94063
650-299-2000
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