Chinese Hospital Celebrates Grand Opening of its Outpatient Center

gellert health services grand opening ribbon cutting

Chinese Hospital Outpatient Center celebrate its grand opening with ribbon cutting ceremony in Daly City on January 29.
Attendees will have the opportunity to tour the new 11,000 square meter outpatient facility and meet the health care
professionals who will be providing care there.

Located at 386 Gellert Blvd. in Daly City, (cross street Hickey Blvd.) this outpatient facility is a $1.3 million investment in the community’s health care. Daly City and surrounding area residents now have easier access to more convenient and comprehensive care. The outpatient center is staffed by physicians with expertise in family and internal medicine, pediatrics, adolescent, teen health, women’s health, ear, nose, and throat, and endocrinology. The outpatient center will also offer pharmacy, imaging (mammography, ultrasound, bone density, xray), laboratory services and optometry. Also included is East West Health Services which makes the center as the first community hospital in the U.S. to specialize in integrated holistic Chinese medicine. The provider team includes licensed acupuncturists, herbalists and massage therapists.

“The staff of Chinese Hospital worked very hard to make sure that beginning today, the Center becomes a most vital
business address in Daly City,” Brenda Yee, CEO of Chinese Hospital said.

Daly City Mayor Sal Torres echoed his city’s, as well as his own, pride and honor in hosting this newest healthcare outlet
of Chinese Hospital. “It is an honor to be standing here as mayor of Daly City and welcoming the Chinese Hospital with
open arms,” said Torres in his keynote address. “I cannot overemphasize the importance of this facility being situated in
a city whose more than half of the population is comprised of minority groups, half of which are made up of Asian
Americans. This Center yet again celebrates the city’s diversity.”

Torres came to the event with his fellow city council members: Vice Mayor David Canepa, and Councilmembers Ray
Buenaventura and Mike Guingona.

“Chinese Hospital has a long history of serving the community. To better serve all Bay Area residents, we opened this multi-specialty outpatient center at the heart of Daly City. We are excited about this new facility because it creates an access point for care in a previously underserved area in San Mateo. We are committed to creating convenient access for patients in order to provide the right care, at the right time, in the right place.” According to YoungSoo Cho, Marketing Director of Chinese Hospital.

The outpatient center accepts many health insurance, such as CCHP, Anthem, Blue Shield, Health Net, Medicare, Medi-Cal, and Health Plan of San Mateo.