Ask Jerry 2017

Senator Hill live streamed his annual virtual town hall, "Ask Jerry," this month from Sacramento. He fielded questions about storm damage on the Peninsula, rail transportation in our communities, the condition of local roads, the outlook for signature California programs and policy, and more during the fast-paced online program. View the archived video of “Ask Jerry 2017” by clicking here.

In the News

San Francisco Chronicle: A vote last year on legislation requiring wayward doctors to disclose restrictions on their medical licenses to their patients suggested a number of state senators need to get their backbones examined...A new review of the California Medical Board and the hundreds of doctors it has put on probation gives board members and legislators another chance to register a pulse.
February 26, 2017
Mercury News: “We place doctors in a very high, prominent position in our society, and because of that, people are very trusting and less inclined to check the status of their physicians,’’ said Hill.
February 26, 2017
Mercury News: “It’s outrageous that PG&E didn’t report this for three years; there is no excuse for that,” said state Sen. Jerry Hill, whose San Mateo district includes San Bruno.
February 23, 2017

Press Releases

Patient Notification Issue To Be Taken Up In Review Hearing Of State Medical Board in Capitol On Monday

Patient notification and more than a dozen other issues related to the state Medical Board’s operations are up for consideration Monday as the Legislature’s committees on business and professions hold a hearing to review the board that...

February 26, 2017

What Most Patients Don’t Know: More Than 500 Doctors Statewide Are On Probation

The Senate Committee on Business, Professions and Economic Development released a report today that addresses the hundreds of doctors throughout the state who are on probation. The report is among materials issued in advance of the committee...

February 22, 2017

New Bills by Senator Hill Crack Down on Drivers Buzzed on Dope & Booze, and More

State Senator Jerry Hill introduced bills Friday to take drivers impaired from combined use of alcohol and drugs off the road, make apartment balconies safer, and allow more community colleges to offer four-year degrees. The measures are...

February 17, 2017