Oakland's Lifelong Health Care Receives $60,000 Grant from Kaiser
Alameda County-based Lifelong Medical Care - a network of “safety-net” clinics that serve low-income residents of Oakland, Berkeley, and Richmond - has received a $60,000 grant from Kaiser Permanente. The Lifelong Downtown Oakland center offers adult and family medicine, prenatal care, HIV/AIDS care, and access to food stamps; it serves at least 1,000 people a month. Patients are referred to county hospitals and other larger non-membership-based providers, except when patients already are members of premium providers like Kaiser.
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