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  2. San Francisco Department of Public Health - Wikipedia

    In 2011, ZSFG became the first hospital in the country to be certified for a Traumatic Brain Injury program. As San Francisco’s public hospital, ZSFG is a member of the San Francisco Health Network, an integrated delivery system operated by the Department of Public Health that provides all levels of care to San Franciscans. [citation needed]

  3. Government of San Francisco - Wikipedia

    Government of San Francisco. The government of the City and County of San Francisco utilizes the "strong mayor" form of mayoral/council government, composed of the Mayor, Board of Supervisors, several elected officers, and numerous other entities. It is the only consolidated city-county in California, and one of only thirteen charter counties ...

  4. San Francisco General Hospital - Wikipedia

    The Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center [1] ( ZSFG) is a public hospital in San Francisco, California, under the purview of the city's Department of Public Health. It serves as the only Level I trauma center for the 1.5 million residents of San Francisco and northern San Mateo County. [2]

  5. Los Angeles County Department of Health Services - Wikipedia

    Katz served 13 years as director of public health for the San Francisco Department of Public Health, where he designed and implemented the "Healthy San Francisco" program covering all San Franciscans with health care. From 2008 to 2011, John F. Schunhoff, Ph.D. served as an interim director following Bruce Chernoff's resignation in May 2008.

  6. California Department of Public Health - Wikipedia

    The California Department of Public Health ( CDPH) is the state department responsible for public health in California. It is a subdivision of the California Health and Human Services Agency. It enforces some of the laws in the California Health and Safety Codes, notably the licensing of some types of healthcare facilities.

  7. Health departments in the United States - Wikipedia

    Government departments responsible for health issues and health services in the United States exist at federal, state and local levels. The first, at city level, were founded in the late 18th century; now many operate at city or county level. State-level work began in the mid-19th century, now every state has one.

  8. Healthy San Francisco - Wikipedia

    t. e. Healthy San Francisco is a health access program launched in 2007 to subsidize medical care for uninsured residents of San Francisco, California. [1] The program's stated objective is to bring universal health care to the city. [2] [3] Healthy San Francisco is not a true insurance program, as it does not cover services such as dental and ...

  9. Sutter Health - Wikipedia

    Sutter Health is a not-for-profit integrated health delivery system headquartered in Sacramento, California. It operates 24 acute care hospitals and over 200 clinics in Northern California . Sutter Hospital Association was founded in 1921 as a response to the 1918 flu pandemic. Named for nearby Sutter's Fort, its first hospital opened in 1923.