Canopy Health is a community of caregivers championing health and advocating for the entire Bay Area. In fact, our service area covers the spectrum of general and specialized care and spans 8 counties. With 18 hospitals and nearly 5,000 providers, our convenient locations benefit all of our members.
Keep reading to learn more about the Canopy Health presence in the Bay Area and how we are providing easier access to care.
Canopy Health: We’ve Got the Bay Area Covered
When the idea of Canopy Health was first conceived, our physician-owned alliance knew that they had to partner with top-notch facilities across the Bay Area to achieve their goal of filling the substantial healthcare gap in our region. Now, we are happy to say that is exactly what we have achieved.
The Canopy Health network is now active in the following eight counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Santa Clara, San Francisco, San Mateo, Solano, and Sonoma.
In order to receive specialized care, our members can visit their primary care physician (PCP) for a referral to a hospital or care center anywhere within our network. We value the judgment and expertise of our PCPs, and these physicians have our entire network at their disposal should they determine our members need more specialized care.
Medical Coverage Where You Live, Work, and Play
We are proud of the award-winning, nationally-recognized hospitals in our network, and we’re excited to tell you a bit more about their histories and their areas of specialty.
Alameda Hospital (2070 Clinton Ave., Alameda): Originally founded in 1894, Alameda Hospital is a leader in emergency, inpatient, outpatient, and wellness services. They are proud to offer fitness classes, health fairs, yoga, and several other wellness activities. Additionally, free interpretation services are offered in 28 languages to all patients and their families.
Highland Hospital (1411 East 31st Street, Oakland): The largest campus of the Alameda Health System, Highland Hospital is home to the county’s designated trauma center, largest provider of acute family care, and busiest emergency department.
John Muir Medical Center, Concord (24 East Street, Concord): John Muir Medical Center, Concord is proud to service Contra Costa and Solano counties. The 245-licensed bed hospital specializes in cancer and cardiac care, as well as general surgery and neurology programs.
John Muir Medical Center, Walnut Creek (1601 Ygnacio Valley Road, Walnut Creek): John Muir Medical Center, Walnut Creek has been designated as the only trauma center for Contra Costa County, as well as portions of Solano County. The facility’s specialties include obstetrics, pediatrics, orthopedics, and cardiac care.
Marin General Hospital (250 Bon Air Road, Greenbrae): First opened in 1952, Marin General Hospital has been meeting the needs of their community for 65 years. They are currently building a new seismically-safe hospital that will allow their providers to continue to provide the best possible care across the spectrum of medical and healthcare services.
San Leandro Hospital (13855 East 14th Street, San Francisco): Another member of the Alameda Health System, San Leandro Hospital is a 93-bed hospital that employs more than 100 physicians. The facility serves a population of 265,000 county residents and offers specialties such as critical, surgical, and rehabilitative care.
San Ramon Regional Medical Center (6001 Norris Canyon Road, San Ramon):San Ramon Regional Medical Center first opened their doors in 1990 and has been serving the Tri-Valley community ever since. The hospital is known for its award-winning heart and vascular services, as well as their family birthing center.
Sonoma Valley Hospital (347 Andrieux Street, Sonoma): Named one of Consumer Reports’ “15 Safest Hospitals in the Country” in 2014, the staff and physicians at Sonoma Valley Hospital care deeply about their patients and the care they provide. To optimize their medical treatments, they recently opened a new emergency department and surgical wing that are among the most modern in California.
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland (747 52nd Street, Oakland): UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital has been offering excellent pediatric care to their community for more than a century. They have been ranked among the “Best Hospitals” in America by U.S. News and World Report and specialize in more than 30 pediatric sub-specialties. Furthermore, they employ over 75% of East Bay pediatricians who are named among the “Best Doctors in America.”
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital at Mission Bay (1975 Fourth Street, San Francisco): Serving as San Francisco’s only children’s hospital, there are more than 150 physicians with 50 different sub-specialties working at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital at Mission Bay. The gorgeous new hospital includes private rooms filled with natural light and four acres of green space that allow children to play and make new friends.
UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay (1855 Fourth Street, San Francisco): The campus at Mission Bay is UCSF Medical Center’s newest facility and is home to state-of-the-art hospitals, including the Benioff Children’s Hospital, Betty Irene Moore Women’s Hospital, and Bakar Cancer Hospital, as well as the Ron Conway Family Gateway Medical Building, which will provide numerous outpatient services.
UCSF Medical Center at Parnassus (505 Parnassus Ave., San Francisco): The Parnassus facility is UCSF Medical Center’s original campus and houses inpatient and outpatient services in addition to comprehensive research and educational facilities. The Ambulatory Care Center and Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute are also both located at UCSF Parnassus.
Washington Hospital (2000 Mowry Ave., Fremont): Washington Hospital is a 341-bed hospital that is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2017. The facility was recognized for patient safety and excellent care in 2015 by Healthgrades, and their staff of physicians and other healthcare providers are excited to continue to provide top-notch care in the fields of orthopedics, cancer care, and neuroscience.