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For medical emergencies, please call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Department. For other medical conditions, please call your current primary care provider or if you do not have one, call for an appointment at a health center near you. You can also call our Clinic Information Line to hear a list of primary care clinics on the SFGH campus and in the community at 206-5166.

SFGH HEALTH CENTERS

Children's Health Center

The Children's Health Center provides health care to children and young people up to the age of twenty one. Acute care, emergency care, and well-child care are offered. Drop-in acute care is available for children requiring evaluation of health status, diagnosis and treatment of acute illness, preventative services, and follow-up. Routine immunization histories are maintained as children are properly vaccinated. The Children's Health Center serves as the off-hours Pediatric Urgent Care site for the Community Health Network and its affiliated partners. 

General Medicine Clinic

The Adult Medical Center at San Francisco General Hospital is an ambulatory care facility providing comprehensive primary care and medical specialty services to persons over eighteen years of age. Patients are seen for purposes of receiving primary medical care or on referral to specialty clinics for evaluation of severe pathology resistant to standard care.

Primary medical care is provided in the General Medical Clinic (located in the 1M clinic in the SFGH main campus building) with ten half-day clinics each week, and five medical screening clinic sessions are held each week. Medical specialty care includes cardiology, dermatology, renal, rheumatology, chest, diabetes, endocrine, pain consultation, and behavioral medicine.

Family Health Center

The Family Health Center (FHC), including the Refugee Medical Clinic, provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary health care services to patients along a continuum of care which includes health promotion, disease prevention, urgent care, continuity ambulatory care services and specialty clinics (prenatal, diabetes.) Care is delivered within a primary care continuity provider model, that maximizes health care resources. This coordinated, comprehensive approach incorporates patient education, counseling, and the selective use of diagnostic, screening and therapeutic services directed toward health maintenance and early diagnosis and treatment of illness.

The FHC provides the full scope of primary care services for children, adolescents, adults, elderly and homebound patients. Our services include continuity and urgent care for all ages, prenatal care and perinatal case management, family planning, HIV family clinic, well-child care, minor surgery, mental health services, social services, substance abuse counseling, nutrition consultation, diabetes education and case management, nurse case management and pharmacist consultation.

Positive Health Program

"Together we serve all people with dignity, respect and compassion. Our commitment is to heal, comfort, explore, learn and teach."

The AIDS/Oncology/Hematology Program is a multi-disciplinary service that provides specialized care to the HIV-infected patients and Hematology/Oncology patients. Their commitment is to deliver continuous and compassionate quality care by an enabled, committed, expert staff; conduct research to improve care and maintain adequate resources for meeting the care demands of our service population. Contact Roland Zepf, RN at 206-2488

Clinic patients can readily access subspecialty HIV-care clinics and urgent care is available 364 days per year.

SUBSPECIALTY CLINIC:

POSITIVE HEALTH (AIDS & AIDS SPECIALTIES)

CLINIC LOCATION:

SFGH, Building 80, Ward 86

CLINIC SCHEDULE:

Day

Time

Clinic Chief

Routine Appointments 

Mon - Fri

8 am - 5 pm

C. Bradley Hare, MD

Evening Clinic, Scheduled Appointments

Mon & Wed

5 pm - 8 pm

C. Bradley Hare, MD

Urgent Care Drop-In

Mon - Fri

8 am - 5 pm 

C. Bradley Hare, MD

TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Routine Appointments:

206-2400

Fax:

502-4777

Triage Nurse:

206-2405

For Assistance in Scheduling or Consultation Contact:

Roland Zepf, RN

Telephone Number::

206-2488

Email Address:

rzepf@php.ucsf.edu

After Hours and Emergencies or Phone Consultations:

206-2400, 24-hour on-call coverage

Conditions Seen:

HIV, AIDS & AIDS Specialties - AIDS Dermatology, KS, Lymphoma, Pulmonary, Women’s Clinic, Endocrine/Wasting

Referral Notes:

If difficulty arises or to convey comments, contact Roland Zepf, RN

Urgent Care Center

“The mission of the Urgent Care Center is to support the health care safety net in San Francisco  by meeting the unmet need for urgent care and by promoting the health and welfare of patients, including linkage to primary and specialty care.”

The Urgent Care Center is open to adult residents of San Francisco in need of same day walk in medical care.  Most patients refer themselves.  Some are primary care patients of the Community Health Network (CHN) and the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium who are unable to be seen in their home clinics for same day care.  Patients may also be referred by the SFGH Emergency Department.

The medical staff of the UCC provides a wide range of diagnostic and treatment services involving the respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, gynecological, orthopedic, neurological, and dermatological systems; infectious diseases; and a limited number of outpatient clinic procedures.

Clinic Location: 995 Potrero Avenue, Building 80, Ward 81 South
Clinic Schedule:

We are open every day.  Doors open 8:00 AM daily and close at    9:00 PM on weekdays and 7:00 PM Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.

Telephone Information: 415-206-8052
Fax: 415-206-8054


Women's Health Center

The Mission of the Women's Health Center (WHC) is to provide comprehensive obstetrical and gynecological care for women of adolescent to geriatric age in San Francisco as well as those served by the Community Health Network. The WHC is dedicated to providing quality services that find and implement better ways to promote health and to prevent disease, injury and disability.

SUBSPECIALTY CLINICS

Patients may need a referral to be admitted to these clinics. Please discuss with your current doctor. Outpatient Specialty Clinics including:

  • Positive Health (AIDS & AIDS Subspecialties)
  • Anticoagulant Clinic
  • Breast Clinic
  • Low Risk Breast Screening Clinic
  • Cancer Risk Clinic
  • Cardiology Clinics
  • Chest Clinics
  • Diabetes Clinic
  • Endocrine & Thyroid FNA Clinic
  • GI Clinics
  • Hematology Clinic
  • Lipid Clinic
  • Occupational Health Clinic
  • Oncology Clinic/AIDS Malignancies
  • Pain Consultation Clinic
  • Renal Clinic
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Clinic
  • Rheumatology Clinic

Surgical Specialty Clinics

  • Oral Surgery Clinic (Located in 1N)
    206-6539
    appointments preferred
  • Outpatient Surgical Clinics (Located in 3M)
    Orthopedics, Podiatry, General Surgery, Trauma, Plastic Surgery, Urology, Vascular Surgery
    by appointment
    206-8673 or 206-8674
  • Surgical Clinics (Located in 4M)
    Ophthalmology, Optometry, Otolaryngology (ENT), Audiology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neurodiagnostics (EEG/EMG)
    by appointment
    206-8677