MPK 49 – Willow Campus – 925 Hamilton Ave. Menlo Park, CA 94025
MPK 281 – Chilco Campus – 193 Jefferson Ave. Menlo Park CA 94025
Crossover Health Facilities
Onsite Life@ Wellness Centers
Your adult dependent will need your Facebook email address when registering. All other information is specific to your adult dependent (i.e. first name, last name, DOB).
Yes, you can make an appointment at more than one Crossover Health Center. While it’s encouraged, you are not required to establish care at one location.
Yes, Facebook employees who work in San Francisco can access Crossover Health’s network of Centers in the Bay Area.
Crossover’s Lyft car service to transport you and/or your qualified dependents has been temporarily suspended.
Both Life@ Wellness Center locations open from 8am to 5pm every weekday (til 7pm virtually). MPK 49 also open 9am to 4pm Saturdays.
Crossover Health’s San Tomas and SOMA locations are open 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. Crossover physicians are also on call after hours should you need them for any urgent medical situations.
No. But adult dependents (18+) can access one of Crossover Health’s five Bay Area locations.
Interns are automatically enrolled into Facebook’s EPO medical plan and have 31 days to decline the provided insurance.
The Wellness Centers and Crossover Health are able to verify your eligibility as part of the sign up / sign in process.
By setting up an online account you will be able to schedule an appointment, message your provider, view test results, and request a refill on your medication. More importantly, establishing an account is the first step in creating a trusted relationship with a Life@ Wellness Centers provider who can then be available to provide assistance 24/7 for serious health issues. Creating an account is easy! Simply, follow this link.
Kaiser members will also want to sign up to use the Kaiser portal to message their Kaiser Primary Care physician, requests a medication refill, and for record review.
After creating your account at facebook.crossoverhealth.com, you can log in to schedule an appointment. Select the appointment type, the provider, and the date and time you would like to be seen. You will get a confirmation email regarding your appointment.
There are multiple avenues to provide feedback to the Wellness Centers including: completing a Patient Satisfaction Survey after your appointment, calling (650) 521-5440, or talking directly to a Practice Manager on-site.
If you need care outside our Wellness Centers, our care team will help coordinate a referral. We also work with the referring specialist or imaging facility to ensure that all the information from outside care is collected back into your medical record for complete documentation.
The price of a visit depends on your benefit design and insurance. This typically includes a nominal co-pay, deductible or coinsurance for services. Our hosts will share the fee schedule with you upon request.
Yes, both the Facebook’s Aetna PPO, and Aetna EPO plans are accepted. Employees enrolled in the Kaiser medical plan can normally access the Wellness Center at MPK 49 to see a Kaiser Primary Care physician or for Acupuncture and Chiropractic care. However, these services have been temporarily suspended.
Standard co-pay rates apply for both medications ($5 generics and $35 for brand).
We selected Crossover Health Medical Group as our partner to manage the Life@ Wellness Centers. You may also see a Kaiser physician at MPK49, however, these services have been temporarily suspended.
Crossover Health provides health services to some of the most innovative companies in the world. They focus on three health strategies for self-insured employers: Care Delivery, Health Management, and Patient Experience. These can be seen in their patient centered care model which focuses on a physician led, team based, technology enabled, and outcomes focused approach to care. We feel Crossover Health is the best cultural and innovation fit for Facebook.
Crossover Health provides comprehensive primary care. They employ board certified primary care physicians, and other licensed professionals like registered nurse, physical therapists, chiropractors, psychologists, licensed marriage family therapists, acupuncturists, optometrists, dietitians, and health coaches.
Advance directives are legal documents that allow you to spell out your decisions about end-of-life care ahead of time. They give you a way to tell your wishes to family, friends, and healthcare professionals.
Facebook’s MetLife legal plan covers the preparation of an Advance Directive. For more information visit the Life@ Finance page.
A living will takes effect when you are terminally ill and unable to express your wishes about your care. It documents the type of treatment you want, but it does not let you designate someone to make decisions for you (a healthcare power of attorney does that). With a living will, you can instruct your family and doctors on your wishes concerning life support.
Facebook’s MetLife legal plan covers the preparation of a living will. For more information visit Life@ Finance.
The Wellness Centers can dispense medication at the time of your visit. Normal co-pays for the medication will apply. For any medication not carried in the Wellness Centers, the physicians can electronically send the prescription to the pharmacy of your choice or to Alto for Wellness Center or home delivery.
The health information saved in our electronic health record is accessible through several export standards utilized throughout the health industry. The EHR used by Crossover Health takes advantage of the Continuity of Care Record (CCR) format. This is accessible upon request and within your online account.