Hep B Free Alameda County Collaborative
Hep B Free Alameda County is a community collaborative to end hepatitis B through testing, educating and treating.
Hep B Free Alameda County Collaborative is a partnership between the Alameda County Public Health Department, Alameda Health Consortium, Alameda Health System, San Francisco Hep B Free-Bay Area and Sutter Health.
We’ve created a Hep B Free Clinician Honor Roll, acknowledging clinicians who have signed a pledge to improve the detection and management of Hepatitis B in the community. The Clinician Honor Roll will is being publicized among peers, patients and the general public. As an Honor Roll Member, you will have opportunities to become more involved in community outreach and education.
- You will gain access to support and additional resources, including educational materials and presentations by HBV experts at your practice.
- You will be a part of a coordinated, multidisciplinary effort that will elevate the quality of HBV care in your practice and in Alameda County. Physician participation in our cause is vital to fighting the advancement of Hepatitis B.
This effort brings together physicians, public health officials and community leaders to reduce the completely preventable complications of Hepatitis B.
- Health Update Chronic Hepatitis B Infection – March 29, 2019
- Alameda Hep B Free Provider Pledge
- Clinician Honor Roll
- Questions about Hep B Free Alameda County Collaborative?