Conduent Healthy Communities Institute

Berkeley Client Meeting

The Berkeley Client Meeting will take place in the Seaborg Room at the Faculty Club at UC Berkeley on October 18th, 2018.

Clients will take part in this one-day opportunity to learn and develop new ideas for success alongside client hospitals, health departments, health systems, community organizations and Conduent HCI experts. They will network, learn innovative approaches for community health improvement from other organizations, share their knowledge, and will leave the meeting with concrete ways to impact their communities.  


  • Breakfast
  • Icebreaker/Introductions
  • Presentation by Patrice Mascolo at North Coast Opportunities in Mendocino, CA
  • Group Activity/Discussion - What Next? Sustaining Community Health Improvement Efforts between Assessments
  • Lunch
  • Site Redesign Preview
  • Product feedback Discussion
  • Closing remarks

The meeting will take place from 9am - 4pm. Breakfast will be available from 9:00am-9:30am. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.


The Faculty Club at UC Berkeley Minor Lane, Berkeley, CA 94720

Seaborg Room
Interactive Map with Parking


Getting there

The Faculty Club at UC Berkeley is located on the University of California, Berkeley campus.

Driving - If you are planning on driving to the meeting, we will have limited parking spots available. Please email or reach out to your Account Manager if you would like to reserve a parking spot. Paid parking is also available at the Maxwell Family Field and Stadium Garage (~4 minute walk to the Faculty Club).

Public Transportation - BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) is a train that serves most of they Bay Area, MUNI (San Francisco bus/rail system) requires cash ($2.75 exact change per ride), AC Transit (Transbay/Berkeley bus system) requires cash ($4.50 exact change per ride to cross from SF to East Bay), or Lyft/Uber.

  • From Downtown San Francisco/the Peninsula to Downtown Berkeley
    • BART - You can get on East Bay bound trains at any stop. You will want to get on either a train heading towards Richmond (no transfer needed) or heading towards Antioch (transfer to Richmond train at 19th St stop). Get off at the Downtown Berkeley stop.
    • Lyft/Uber - Both will take you over to the East Bay, however you will want to check the price before ordering a car as pricing might be surging and be expensive!
  • From San Francisco Airport to Downtown Berkeley
    • BART - At the airport, follow the signs to BART. Take Richmond train (no transfer) or Antioch train (transfer at 19th St to Richmond train) to Downtown Berkeley. 
  • From San Francisco Airport to Downtown San Francisco
    • Taxi - Head down to baggage claim and follow the signs for Taxi. Taxi's tend to be more expensive than Lyft/Uber.
    • Lyft/Uber - Stay on the departures floor and head out of the terminal doors. Order Lyft/Uber and type in the terminal number and door number into the app. 
    • BART - Downtown San Francisco is accessible from SFO. Follow the signs for BART. Downtown San Francisco stops include Civic Center, Powell St, Montgomery St, and Embarcadero (last stop in San Francisco). 
  • From Oakland Airport to Downtown Berkeley
    • BART - Take the BART connection train to the Coliseum. Transfer to the Richmond bound train to Downtown Berkeley.
    • Lyft/Uber - Lyft and Uber both operate at the Oakland Airport. After you land and grab your bags, open the app to find your pickup zone. Head's up — you'll be directed to the second island across from the terminal. Once you’re in the pickup zone, select your ride type and tap request. Look for your driver near the pickup zone you selected.
  • From Oakland Airport to Downtown San Francisco
    • BART - Take the BART connection train to the Coliseum. Transfer to any San Francisco, Millbrae, or SFO bound train.
    • Lyft/Uber - Check cost before ordering car. Pricing can range!


More Information

  • There is no registration fee for this meeting
  • Opportunity to meet Conduent HCI staff from Product, Research, Executive Leadership, Consulting, and Client Services
  • Casual Dress Attire
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