The East Bay Times reports on a historic $6 million grant the AHS Foundation received from the Kaiser Permanente Community Fund. The gift will go toward the acquisition of a 3T MRI scanner that will double the amount of patients who can be tested for cancer, diseases and other health problems.
“This important gift expands our ability to serve more patients and improves our efforts to remove barriers to better health for all,” said Delvecchio Finley, Alameda Health System CEO. “We applaud Kaiser Permanente and the health system’s Foundation for supporting our fight for health equity to ensure all patients have access to optimal care. Health disparities continue to exist within our communities and we believe a patient’s ZIP code should not determine their access to high-quality, affordable health care.”
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