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Bay Area Community Resource Guide

ARC's Patient Advisory Council is thrilled to provide this Bay Area Community Resource Guide to support the efforts of hospitals with linking patients to appropriate resources after they leave the hospital. The group has worked hard on collecting the resources for 6 counties (Marin, San Francisco, Contra Costa, Alameda, San Mateo, and Santa Clara). We hope this guide will be helpful for your hospital and your patients. Click on the link below to access the online version. You may also purchase additional copies by contacting Lisa Ehle at lehle@cynosurehealth.org.

Bay Area Resource Guidebook


Medical-Surgical Lower Level of Care (LLOC) Collaborative at San Mateo Medical Center

LLOC is a multi-functional collaborative effort to assist with the transfer and placement of patients with complex conditions outside of the acute care setting and into lower levels of care. The San Mateo Medical Center utilizes these weekly meetings to facilitate this transition and to also focus on clients in the community who may need to transition to higher levels of care. 
 
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