Be in the driver’s seat with diabetes
While type 1 diabetes is largely hereditary, there are specific things you can do to help prevent type 2 diabetes. The most important thing is to manage your weight. Extra pounds affect how insulin works in the body, and that’s what leads to diabetes. Regular exercise and a balanced diet are the goal; Get tips and learn more.
Total Health Radio
Tune in to a free weekly podcast series that features Kaiser Permanente clinicians and subject matter experts discussing topics ranging from parenthood and nutrition to disease prevention and healthy sleep habits. Each podcast is 20-30 minutes long. Listen today by going to totalhealthradio.org, or download the podcasts from iTunes and Stitcher.
Kaiser Permanente DocTalk - Stroke
Watch the Kaiser Permanente DocTalk videos as physicians share information about stroke and obesity.
Dr. Ganesh's Pen TV Interview
Speaking In Your Language
Good communication with your doctor is important for your health and well-being. At our San Mateo Medical Offices, you’ll find board-certified adult medicine physicians who are fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, and English. Interpreter services and bilingual staff are also available to help with your health care needs.
與醫生保持良好溝通對您的健康和福 祉至關重要。 在 San Mateo 診所， 您可以找到精通國語、粵語以及英語且 通過同業公會考試的成人醫學科和家 庭醫學科醫生。
Virtual Tour* - Experience Family Care Center
Kaiser Permanente San Mateo Medical Offices
We are very excited to bring family-centered care to our members in the San Mateo area -- choosing one doctor for the whole family. Services include family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, and sports medicine. We also provide pharmacy, laboratory services, imaging along with optometry and optical sales.
If you have questions, please call 650-299-4291.
Frank T. Beirne, FACHE
Tony Borba, MBA
Jim O’Donnell, MD
Jennifer Cho, MD
San Mateo Medical Offices
1000 Franklin Parkway
San Mateo, CA 94403
Maps and Directions
No emergency services available at this location.*
*If you have an emergency medical condition, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.
An emergency medical condition is any of the following: (1) a medical condition that manifests itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity (including severe pain) such that you could reasonably expect the absence of immediate medical attention to result in serious jeopardy to your health or body functions or organs, (2) active labor when there isn't enough time for safe transfer to a Plan hospital (or designated hospital) before delivery, or if transfer poses a threat to your (or your unborn child's) health and safety, or (3) a mental disorder that manifests itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity such that either you are an immediate danger to yourself or others, or you are not immediately able to provide for, or use, food, shelter, or clothing, due to the mental disorder.