Data valid at 2016

Adult Congenital Heart Program, Northern California Kaiser Permanente

San Francisco, CA — (415) 833-2240

2238 Geary Blvd.
8th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94115
United States

(415) 833-2240
(415) 833-2240
(415) 833-2000
alison.k.meadows@kp.org
Yes
2009

Affiliations

Stanford University
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
University of California San Francisco
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
Stanford University and University of California San Francisco

Clinic Staffing

Medical Director

Alison Knauth Meadows, MD, PhD Professional ACHA Member
Ped Card
14
100%

2 Additional Cardiologists attend Clinic

Jennifer TIng, MD
IM, IM Card
Keane Lee, MD Professional ACHA Member
IM, IM Card

Nursing & Other Staff

1
Jennifer Gilmartin NP

Surgical and Interventional Resources

0
50
5
3

Training & Research

No
Formal ACHD rotation for general cardiology fellows (in Adult & Peds), Individualized long-term mentoring (or informal ACHD fellowship)
Yes
2014

Care Setting

1800
12
Kaiser Permanente San Francisco
Stanford University and University of California San Francisco
Yes
Yes
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
Yes
Yes - at age 18
Yes, weekly
No

Clinical Services Offered

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Within our ACHD program
In collaboration with our pulmonary hypertension specialists
Referred to a suitable lung transplant program

ACHA paid professional member

Director's Description

We are a large specialty program that serves adults with complex congenital heart disease for all of Northern California Kaiser Permanente (3.9 million members). We have a group of "champions" at each local KP center who helps to co-follow the complex ACHD patients and primarily follow the simple ACHD patients (with our guidance). We have close affiliation with Stanford University and UCSF to provide the complex interventions (cath, surgery, and EP). We provide the advanced imaging, adult surgery, adult EP, and diagnostic cath in house. We are in the process of developing a fellowship program in conjunction with Stanford.