Text size A A A

Welcome to Kaiser Permanente San Rafael

From Kaiser Permanente’s inception in 1945, the nonprofit organization has led with innovation, beginning with its prepaid health care services offered to Richmond shipyard workers during World War II. Today, the San Rafael Medical Center is home to about 400 physicians and 1,300 employees who serve over 120,000 members yearly. Kaiser Permanente strives to maintain a diverse workforce to reflect the needs of the community and is a leader in social responsibility with programs designed to keep you healthy and remain healthy.

Convenience for its members is a top priority for Kaiser Permanente: The secure Members web site allows you to schedule appointments, e-mail your doctor, refill your prescriptions, review lab results, find health education classes, learn about wellness, and anything else at the reach of your fingertips. 

Kaiser Permanente wants you to thrive.

Kaiser Permanente Home Page

2015 Flu information

The flu is serious. Don’t pass it on!

The flu is much worse than a cold. Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect you and your family from getting sick. Kaiser Permanente and the Centers for Disease Control recommend a yearly flu vaccine for children 6 months to 18 years old and every adult. 

Flu shots are available at all northern California medical facilities. There is no charge to Kaiser Permanente members for flu vaccines. Please remember to bring your member ID card, photo ID and wear a short-sleeved shirt for faster service.

Get your flu shot today! 

To find a flu vaccine near you, visit kp.org/mydoctor/flu

Or call 1-800-KP-FLU-11 (1-800-573-5811) for flu vaccination locations, dates and hours. 

If you’re sick and need tips to help you feel better visit kp.org/mydoctor/flu to learn how to care for common cold and flu symptoms, and when you should call or come in to see us.

Information about Ebola

For information about Ebola, please visit kp.org or kp.org/mydoctor/ebola

Community Health Needs Assessment

Healthy Marin Partnership (HMP) was established in 1995 to complete a triennial community health needs assessment (CHNA) required of all not-for-profit hospitals by the California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development. The HMP, chaired by Patricia Kendall, RN, Medical Group Administrator, Kaiser Permanente San Rafael Medical Center, includes all the acute care hospitals in Marin County as well as the Marin County Health and Human Services Department, Marin Community Foundation, Marin County Office of Education and representatives of the business community. HMP has been coordinating the completion of each triennial CHNA since 1995. The participation of the HMP members, community leaders and residents in the community convening enhanced the accuracy and usefulness of the community health needs assessment for the organizations who will use it to create even healthier communities in Marin County.

Download and read the full PDF.PDF  File size: 4048 KB

Last updated on 10/6/2015.

San Rafael

Medical Center