Current Investments

The Trousdale Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility Coming to 1600 Trousdale Drive in Burlingame

As part of Peninsula Health Care District’s (PHCD) ongoing commitment to the current and future health needs of seniors, plans are underway to build an assisted living and memory care facility with 132 units on District-owned property at 1600 Trousdale Drive—an ideal location given its close proximity to shopping, public transportation and healthcare services. Click here to be directed to our webpage on The Trousdale. 

Peninsula Wellness Community-A gathering place for living well

The Board of Directors has developed a long-range Master Plan for the Peninsula Wellness Community, located on approximately 8.32 acres between Mills Peninsula Medical Center and Marco Polo Way in Burlingame. The long-range Master Plan has been developed to help ensure that District land will always be used for the wellness and health care needs of residents. The plan will guide future development and facilitate predictable land use and design. The community will offer housing for older adults, health support across generations, and working spaces for professionals and researchers. Click here to be directed to our webpage on the Peninsula Wellness Community.

Teen Mental Health Project

The Peninsula Health Care District Board of Directors has partnered with San Mateo Union High School District and Stanford’s Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing Center to develop and launch a school-based teen mental health model that will identify problems early, get students needed help promptly, and improve coordination between school providers and parents. The District committed $1.5 million to this project, which will serve seven high schools and 8,500 students. PHCD funding supports three new Health and Wellness Coordinator positions responsible for developing and implementing a multi-tiered system of wellness and mental health supports, training for staff, developing wellness activities and interventions, and collecting pertinent data.

Community Grants Program

Since 1996, the District has invested more than $35 million in local organizations. Every year, the Peninsula Health Care District awards grants to local organizations that address local health priorities and help carry out the vision of the District: that all residents enjoy optimal health through education, prevention, and access to needed health care services. Click here to be directed to our webpage on the Community Grants Program.

Center for Dental Health

The District is working to address the dental health needs of frail seniors, special needs adults, and low-income residents within the District.  The Center for Dental Health in San Mateo opened in May 2015. Click here to be directed to our webpage on The Center for Dental Health.