Mission: Operation Access is a non-profit organization that mobilizes a network of medical volunteers, hospitals, and referring community clinics to provide the uninsured with donated outpatient surgeries & procedures that significantly improve their health, ability to work, and quality of life.
Results: Since Operation Access was founded in 1993, the organization has enabled medical providers to donate over 15,000 vital outpatient surgical and diagnostic services to Bay Area residents in need.
Target demographics: Low-income, uninsured people in the San Francisco Bay Area get the health care they need.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 1,600 uninsured clients who needed health care
Geographic areas served: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma counties
Programs: Our program matches doctors and nurses willing to donate their time and medical expertise to treat uninsured clients who need such medical care, including no-cost surgeries and specialty procedures.
Operation Access is a great organization that leverages the generosity of volunteer medical professionals in order to help bridge the healthcare gap. I feel great knowing that for the $100 donation I made last year, they were able to provide more than $700 worth of medical care to low-income, uninsured people. We all know how hard it can be for people who don't have health insurance. I'm proud to be part of this innovative solution!