SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Jean Fraser, CEO of San Francisco Health Plan, which provides comprehensive medical, dental, and vision care to children of low-income families for as little as $4 a month, is available for comment on the health care-related budget cuts that may be announced in Gov. Davis' state of the state speech Wednesday. Since joining the San Francisco Health Plan in 2000, Fraser has spearheaded the effort to provide universal health insurance to all low-income San Francisco children. Fraser previously served in the San Francisco City Attorney's Office as the managing attorney of the team advising the San Francisco Department of Public Health and the Department of Human Services, including San Francisco General Hospital and the community clinics. She was also instrumental in establishing the San Francisco Mental Health Plan, one of the first publicly funded managed care mental health plans. Ms. Fraser holds a law degree from Yale Law School, and a bachelor's degree from Yale University. About San Francisco Health Plan San Francisco Health Plan (http://www.sfhp.org) is a licensed community health plan providing affordable health coverage to low and moderate-income families residing in San Francisco. SFHP was designed for and by the residents it serves -- many of whom would not be able to otherwise obtain health care for themselves or their families. Through SFHP, members have access to a full spectrum of medical services, including preventive care, hospitalization, prescription drugs, family planning, and substance abuse programs. SFHP's mission is to provide superior, affordable health care that emphasizes prevention and promotes healthy living, with the goal of improving the quality of life for the people of San Francisco.
SOURCE San Francisco Health Plan