The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a nationwide effort to control healthcare costs and expand insurance coverage. It's the most significant change in national healthcare policy since Medicaid and Medicare were put into place in 1965.

While almost everyone is required to have insurance under the law, there are many private and government options and financial help depending on your circumstances. For more information go to

Why choose Community Medical Centers when you enroll in Covered California?

When you're comparing plans on the Covered California Healthcare Exchange, you can see which hospitals are available under each plan. Make sure you choose a plan that includes Community Medical Centers where you'll have access to the highest level of care in the region.

The Community Medical Centers healthcare network is home to three hospitals and other facilities that partner with the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine — one of the nation's top medical schools. We offer an extensive range of services for patients of all ages, from pediatrics and comprehensive cancer treatment to mental health services.