San Francisco Health Plan is Now Contracted with Every Hospital in San Francisco County

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San Francisco Health Plan (SFHP), a community managed care health plan serving over 140,000 San Francisco residents, announced today its partnership with Dignity Health’s San Francisco hospitals.

The additions of Dignity Health’s Saint Francis Memorial and St. Mary’s Medical Center mark the first time in SFHP’s 22-year history that it is contracted with all the hospitals in San Francisco County.

“We are always looking to improve our services and our coverage to give our members peace of mind,” said John F. Grgurina, Jr., CEO of San Francisco Health Plan. “Expanding our network of hospitals by adding Dignity Health keeps us growing to match the changing demand of health care in San Francisco.”

San Francisco Health Plan, is an NCQA Accredited Medi-Cal health plan providing affordable health coverage to over 140,000 low and moderate-income families residing in San Francisco.

Saint Francis Memorial Hospital and St. Mary’s Medical Center provide comprehensive, high-quality care, and many services not available elsewhere in the City.

“Working with Dignity Health allows us to keep our promise to give our members access to a broad and diverse range of services to improve their health,” said Jim Glauber, MD, MPH, and Chief Medical Officer of San Francisco Health Plan.

Launched in 1997, SFHP provides health care to over 140,000 members across three lines of business. Combined with Healthy San Francisco, the City’s non-insurance health care access program, SFHP provides service to over 160,000 residents, or over 19% of the City’s population, which is one in six San Francisco residents.

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