Get Healthy San Mateo County
Get Healthy San Mateo County is a local collaborative of community-based organizations, County agencies, cities, schools, and hospitals working together to advance policy change to prevent diseases and ensure everyone has equitable opportunities to live a long and healthy life.
Health Alert Center
The Alert Center allows you to view all alerts and emergencies in San Mateo County put out by SMC Health in one place. If there are alerts or emergencies, they will be listed here as soon as possible. To be instantly notified of alerts and emergencies subscribe to SMC Alert at www.smcalert.info. Please bookmark this page for future use.
Disease & Prevention
Vaccines (including the flu shot), STD/HIV testing, tuberculosis and hepatitis services, and diseases carried by mosquitoes and ticks.
San Mateo County Park Rx
This page has moved to Get Healthy San Mateo County, a local collaborative of community-based organizations, county agencies, cities, schools, and hospitals working together to advance policy change to prevent diseases and ensure everyone has equitable opportunities to live a long and healthy life.
See Park RX at https://www.gethealthysmc.org/park-rx-prescription-program
Learn how to get ready for an emergency or natural disaster and find out more about volunteer opportunities.
Get the latest information on our work to reduce smoke and tobacco in San Mateo County, how to keep your home healthy, how clean local waterways are, how safe locally harvested fish is to include in your menu, and what you can do to help prevent pollution. Plus, get the latest information on healthier manicures and pedicures.
Report a Problem
Report a problem with your apartment, a meal you ate at a restaurant, or find out how to dispose of a dead animal on your property.
Safe Waste Disposal
Learn how to properly dispose of and manage hazardous and potentially toxic waste you may have at home.
Insurance keeps you healthy and financially covered when you need it most.
Health coverage can be complicated. That’s why we offer free assistance to help you apply. We can let you know which programs you may qualify for, explain how they work, what it may cost, and then help you apply.
Schedule a health coverage screening appointment even if you think you might not qualify or if you have private, non-employer sponsored insurance. Legal immigration status is not required to access free or low-cost health insurance in San Mateo County. If you are under age 26 and currently not employed, but covered by a parent’s private insurance plan, you might qualify for subsidized coverage through Medi-Cal.