Information for Berkeley Health Care Providers
Providers are encouraged to visit the links below to learn about City of Berkeley resources as well as current health alerts and other information that may be helpful to providers and their clients.
Access to Health Care & Social Services
2-1-1 Information and Referral Phone Line helps people find affordable housing and critical social services in Berkeley and in Alameda County.
Affordable Care Act (ACA) also known as Health Care Reform or Obamacare, means more people will have access to affordable health insurance. In addition, all new health plans are being required to provide preventive services like mammograms and immunizations without charging a deductible, co-pay or coinsurance.
Child Health & Disability Prevention Program (CHDP) is a health promotion and disease prevention program serving income-eligible children. Free periodic health assessments are available to low-income children through the CHDP Program. Assistance getting treatment services and low-cost insurance for infants, children, and youth is also available.
El Centro provides free assistance with Medi-Cal/Healthy Families applications, and referral services to all, including the Spanish speaking community of Berkeley.
Ann Chandler Public Health Center provides comprehensive reproductive health care, family planning services, immunizations, tuberculosis skin testing, health education, and referrals to thousands of diverse community members each year. Many of the services are subsidized.
Berkeley High School Health Center offers free and confidential medical, health education, and mental health services to all students at Berkeley High School, students of Independent Studies, and Berkeley Technology Academy.
Birth & Death Certificates
The City of Berkeley Office of Vital Statistics has maintained documentation of births and deaths that occurred within Berkeley City limits since 1895. If a birth or death occurred outside Berkeley, contact the county, state, or country in which the event occurred to request the record.
Communicable Disease Reporting
The Communicable Disease Control Program works in partnership with the medical and neighborhood communities to control and prevent the occurrence and spread of communicable diseases through prevention, surveillance and outbreak control.
Meaningful Use Requirements
Meaningful Use Requirements refer to the Meaningful Use provisions of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act were enacted as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Under this Act, Eligible Hospitals (EH), Critical Access Hospitals (CAH), and Eligible Professionals (EP) that provide clinical services to Medicare and Medicaid patients and commence transmission of electronic health data are eligible to receive Meaninful Use financial incentives from the Centes of Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Medical Service Providers in Berkeley
The Medical Service Providers in Berkeley directory was compiled in 2012, and contains contact information for community medical service providers in Berkeley and the surrounding communities.
Public Health Services & Programs
A - Z Public Health Services provides information about family planning services, services for children and youth, information about where and when to get immunizations, to services for adults and seniors, domestic violence education and prevention, lead poisoning prevention, and many more, this alphabetic listing will help to easily find the information you are looking for.
Public Health Alerts and Advisories
City of Berkeley Public Health Division
Alameda County Public Health Department
California Department of Public Health
If you are a health care provider, you can register to be a disaster volunteer or volunteer for public health preparedness exercises. For more information about our Public Health volunteer / intern program, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
City of Berkeley Public Health Division
1947 Center Street, 2nd Floor
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 981-5300 (Phone)
(510) 981-5395 (Fax)
(510) 981-6903 (TDD)
Other Public Health Division Sites