Marin County

Despite having a generally affluent, insured population, there is a significant number of low-income, uninsured Marin County residents for whom finding surgical and specialty care can be difficult. Since Operation Access began serving the county in 2000, over 1590 patients have received donated care.

Currently, six medical centers, four medical groups, 74 active medical volunteers and eight referring community clinics participate in the program.

Meet our community centers, medical centers and active volunteers.

In addition to arranging services through our volunteers, OA collaborates with other health care providers as a member of the Marin Specialty Access Coalition, whose mission is to improve access to specialty care among the low-income population in Marin County.

Staff Contact:
Christabel Breen - Program Manager, Marin
p: (415) 733-0079
f: (415) 733-0019

Tools for Partner clinics: 

For information on the scope of outpatient services provided through OA, please view our procedures list.

For eligibility guidelines and referral forms, please click here for a fax form and click here for an on-line form.

Medical volunteers warmly welcomed!
We especially need Dermatologists, Vascular Surgeons and ENT Specialists. Let us know if you are a physician or know a physician who may be interested in making a difference in someone's life!


OA is a part of the Marin Human Race on May 12th. To learn more about the event or to join us click here.

What's New!
  • "A Portrait of Marin", released in January 2012, by the Marin Community Foundation, is the first comprehensive effort to address health, education and and income disparities in Marin County