San Mateo County

While the San Mateo Access and Care for Everyone (ACE) Program provides coverage to many uninsured residents of the county, OA continues to support the safety net with its robust network of volunteers and medical centers.

Currently, six medical centers, one physical therapy practice, three medical groups, nine community clinics, and more than 150 medical volunteers participate in our program.

Since 1998, over 800 low-income uninsured San Mateo residents have received surgical and specialty care through OA and donated by our partner medical centers and volunteers.

View OA's network of community clinics, medical centers and active volunteers.

Staff Contact:

Ali Balick - Program Manager, San Francisco & Peninsula
p: (415) 733-0062
f: (415) 733-0019

Zainab Altai - Program Coordinator, San Francisco & Peninsula
p: (415) 733-0055
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.

Kaiser Permanente Surgery Sessions 2014


Medical volunteers warmly welcomed!
We especially need General Surgeons, Orthopedists, Ophthalmologists, Gastroenterologists and Urologists. Let us know if you are a physician or know a physician who may be interested in making a difference in someone's life!