Hayward Wellness

Hayward Wellness is one of four Alameda Health System Wellness Centers serving as neighborhood medical homes delivering personalized diagnostic, wellness and preventive care. Caregivers offer comprehensive, culturally appropriate services, information and resources for healthier living

Address:
Hayward Wellness
664 Southland Mall Dr.
Hayward, CA 94545
Driving Directions

Hours:
Monday–Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone:
510-266-1700

Parking:
Free parking is available for patients and families.

Services offered at this location:

We help patients with diseases that affect the immune system. Our specialists will help with tests and treatments to give the best care for personal needs.

Our team helps patients learn coping skills and self-care. We work together to find the best treatment path for patients. Our outpatient care means you get care while living at home and continuing to work or go to school and spending time with family and friends.

We manage children’s wellness at all ages and their urgent needs. We also help parents and children manage conditions—like asthma, diabetes, dyslexia, obesity and behavior concerns.

Our experts provide the best care for your eyes. We assess function and health, give you a treatment plan, and prescribe devices. Our doctors work closely with UC Berkeley School of Optometry, one of the nation’s top optometry schools.

We care for women of all backgrounds and ages—from teens to seniors. Our services include routine screenings, birth control, infertility services, pregnancy, cancer care, and menopause care.

Our outstanding program helps diverse patients with HIV and AIDS. We provide testing, treatment, and counseling to meet your needs.

Our Homeless Health Center is part of the Alameda County Health Care for the Homeless Program. If you are experiencing homelessness, we can help you find health care and other resources. We treat all consumers and patients with respect and kindness in our hospitals, clinics, and Mobile Health Clinic. If you need housing help now, you can also call 211.

Our lab staff provide services patients and their doctors need to understand their health. With a doctor’s order, patients can get services to help with a diagnosis or monitor illnesses.

Our team treats patients with social, emotional, and health challenges. If you have faced sexual assault, domestic violence, grief or other issues, we can help.

Our pharmacists are experts on the medicines and devices patients and their families need to cope with many health concerns. They can also provide guidance on how to take medications and they interact with doctors to be sure patients are on the right track.

Our foot and ankle experts help patients recover after an accident or cope with ongoing conditions. If you need surgery, physical therapy, or diabetic care for your feet, we can help.

Our Senior Health program provides education, support, and care in older age. We focus on the needs of our patients and their families with many types of support. Our Fall Prevention Center helps with skills and ideas to prevent falls.

We help patients from all walks of life cope with alcohol and drug addiction while using the newest recovery methods. Our substance abuse program is based at Highland Hospital. Our program includes special care for pregnant women and new mothers.