April 28, 2022 Special Board Meeting

The Health Service Board  Special meetings will be held at 1:00 pm at the San Francisco Public Library.

This meeting is a Special Meeting for SFHSS Leadership, the Board Commissioners, City Partners, the Aon team, and leaders in the Health Care industry to work on the beginnings of the SFHSS 2023-2025 Strategic Plan.

This meeting is open to the public. This meeting will be held in person at the location listed above.  As authorized by California Government Code Section 54953(e) and Mayor Breed’s 45th Supplement to her February 25, 2020 emergency proclamation Members of the public may attend the meeting to observe and provide public comment at the physical meeting location listed above or online at https://bit.ly/3JMnbZu. Instructions for providing remote public comment are below. 

SFGovTV records the meeting with video, audio, and caption notes.  For a complete archive of past Health Service Board regular meeting broadcasts, please visit SFGovTV here.


Questions or comments regarding this meeting or board materials should be directed to: 
Board Secretary
c/o San Francisco Health Service System 
1145 Market Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
email: health.service.board@sfgov.org
phone: 628-652-4646

Health Service System Strategic Planning

Main Presentation

Instructions to Attend the Virtual Meeting

  • Remote Viewing Instructions and Public Comment Protocol

    Remote Meeting Access (Webex)

    Watch at 1:00 pm on April 28, 2022 (SFGovTV schedule)

    Click the link to join the meeting - https://bit.ly/3JMnbZu

    Public Comment Call-In: 415-655-0001 / Access Code: 2482 123 9217

    Providing Public Comment: 

    1. Dial into 415-655-0001 and then enter access code 2482 123 9217 then # 
    2. Press # again to enter the meeting as an ATTENDEE 
    3. You will hear a beep when you join the meeting as a participant.
      1. Stop and LISTEN 
      2. Wait for Public Comment to be announced. 
    4. When  Public Comment is called, dial * then 3 to be added to the speaker line. 
    5. You will then hear “You have raised your hand to ask a question, please wait to speak until the host calls on you.” Callers will hear silence when waiting for their turn to speak. 
    6. To withdraw your question, press* then 3. – you will hear: “You have lowered your hand.” 
    7. When the system message says “Your line has been unmuted” - THIS IS YOUR TIME TO SPEAK. 
    8. When the President or Commission Secretary states “Welcome Caller,” you are encouraged to state your name clearly. As soon as you speak, you will have 3 minutes to provide your comments. 
    9. Once your 3 minutes have expired, you will be moved out of the speaker line and back as a participant in the meeting (unless you disconnect). You will hear “Your line has been muted.” 
    10. Participants who wish to speak on other public comment periods can stay on the meeting line and listen for the next public comment opportunity. 

    Best Practices when calling in for Public Comment:

    •    Call from a quiet location
    •    Speak slowly and clearly
    •    Turn down any televisions or radios around you
    •    Address the Commission as a whole, do not address individual Commissioners

    Written Public Comment

    Persons unable to attend the meeting may submit written public comments regarding an agenda item. These comments will be made part of the official public record and shall be brought to the attention of the Health Service Board. Written public comment expected to be part of the official record should be submitted to the Board email health.service.board@sfgov.org  and received by 5 pm on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. Members can also call 628-652-4646 with any questions.

    All comments received by the deadline will be forwarded to Board members, summarized and read aloud by the Board Secretary during the specific agenda item, and included in the meeting minutes. In the body of your email, indicate the meeting date and the specific agenda item number. If you do not specify an agenda item, your emailed public comment will be read under general comment.