Kaiser Permanente serves a diverse membership and always strives for ways to keep our communities healthy. One of the ways we do that is by participating in various festivals to provide health screenings and education — such as the Pistahan Parade and Festival in San Francisco in August, and the Filipino-American Food and Arts Festival in Daly City in September.
“The Pistahan Festival is the largest celebration of Filipino culture and cuisine in the Bay Area,” says Charito Sico, MD, a pediatrician at our Daly City Medical Offices and co-chair of the Filipino American Care Experience at Kaiser Permanente. “We’re proud to be part of the celebration.”
Kaiser Permanente doctors and nurses plan to offer free screenings and education for members. You’ll find:
“For the Filipino-American Festival, the Filipino community has roots in Daly City going back over 50 years,” says Dr. Sico. “It also makes up the largest ethnic group we serve at our South San Francisco and Daly City facilities. We’re always working
to improve sensitivity and awareness of the Filipino culture among our physicians and staff.”
Among our hundreds of programs and classes we offer some especially for our Filipino members including:
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