• Patient Care

Centers and Clinics

FCM faculty serve patients throughout San Francisco's many diverse neighborhoods. We take care of the primary care needs of patients of all ages. Many of our faculty also deliver babies. Please call the appropriate office for appointments or questions.

 

Adult Urgent Care Center at SFGH

The Adult Urgent Care Center (UCC) is open to adult residents of San Francisco in need of same day walk-in medical care. The UCC medical staff provides a wide range of diagnostic and treatment services, including respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, gynecological, orthopedic, neurological, dermatological, infectious diseases, and some outpatient clinic procedures. Some patients are referred by the SFGH Emergency Department, and some patients refer themselves. The UCC also runs the Primary Care Pathway program, which connects patients with uncontrolled diabetes and/or hypertension to their own primary care provider. The UCC is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Address: 995 Potrero Avenue, Building 80, Ward 81

Phone: (415) 206-8052

Hours: See website


Family Health Center at SFGH

The Family Health Center (FHC) provides the full scope of primary care services for children, adolescents, adults, the 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 services, well child care, minor office procedures, mental health services, social services, substance abuse counseling, nutrition consultation, diabetes education and case management, nurse care management and more. Care is delivered within a primary care continuity provider model that optimizes use of health care resources. FHC patients reflect the rich ethnic and socioeconomic diversity of San Francisco – they speak twenty-nine different languages, 70% are ethnic minorities, 60% are uninsured, 25% receive Medi-Cal, and 2% are homeless.

Address: 995 Potrero Avenue, Building 80, 1st and 5th Floors

Phone: (415) 206-5252

Hours: See website


Family Medicine Inpatient Service

The Family Medicine Inpatient Service (FMIS) provides acute inpatient care to adults. The FMIS medical staff is made up of four intern residents, four senior residents, one chief resident and two attending physicians. The team provides care for acute illnesses such as sepsis, COPD, CHF and GIB, as well as complications from chronic diseases including diabetes, hypertension, HIV/AIDS and cancer. Patients are admitted from the FHC, SFGH Emergency Department, the Primary Care Network Clinics of the San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH), and the San Francisco Community Consortium Clinics. FMIS collaborates with medical and surgical consultative services in co-management of complex patients, and in development of innovative educational and quality improvement programs. The FMIS sees an average of 18.8 patients each day, with 1,366 patients treated each year.

Address: 1001 Potrero Avenue, Bldg 5, Ward 3B

Phone: (415) 206-8000


New Generation Health Center (Young Adult Clinic)

“New Gen” provides care to approximately 5,500 young people, aged 12-24, the majority of whom are low-income. With a goal to decrease the number of unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections among high risk youth in San Francisco, New Gen employs a comprehensive model of care, including high quality, youth-friendly reproductive health care, community education around the risks of teen pregnancy and STD transmission, and research studies on adolescent reproductive health issues. "Answers, not Attitude" is the New Gen motto.

Address: 625 Potrero Avenue

Phone: (415) 502-8336

Hours: See website


SFGH Skilled Nursing Facility

The SFGH Skilled Nursing Facility at San Francisco General Hospital provides skilled nursing and rehabilitation care in an outpatient unit. The most common indications for care at the SNF include continuation of IV antibiotics, wound care, and short-term rehabilitation. The staffs’ deeper mission is to provide a holistic and interdisciplinary model of care, addressing our patients’ needs for healing and recovery from a bio-psychosocial and spiritual level. We try to maintain an atmosphere of acceptance, community, compassion and encouragement. Through regular contact with caring staff from multiple disciplines – family practice, nursing, rehabilitation, nutrition, social work, and activities – SNF patients return to a level of independent function. Many patients regain a sense of community, self-respect and purpose.

Address: 1001 Potrero Avenue, Bldg 5, Ward 4A

Phone: (415) 206-8000


UCSF Center for Geriatric Care

The UCSF Center for Geriatric Care offers personalized care from doctors who specialize in caring for adults 70 years of age or older. Services include podiatry, psychology and laboratory on-site, and physical therapy and radiology services nearby. The center also provides support groups, adult education opportunities and other on-site resources. Each member of the medical staff reflects UCSF Medical Center’s tradition of excellence, wherein patients receive personal, individualized attention. Patients also have access to other UCSF specialists and health professionals.

Address: 3575 Geary Blvd., 1st Floor

Phone: (415) 353-4900

Hours: See website


UCSF Family Medicine Center at Lakeshore

The UCSF Family Medicine Center at Lakeshore offers primary care for patients of all ages including infants, children, adults and seniors. Doctors at Lakeshore provide a wide range of services, including preventative medicine, care of ongoing chronic illnesses, treatment for acute or serious problems, dermatology, prenatal and post-delivery care, mental health and behavioral medicine. Lakeshore maintains a special focus on caring for pregnant women, and providing women with the information needed to make informed choices and create a birth plan that emphasizes the needs and desires of the individual. Lakeshore also refers patients who need more specialized care to appropriate specialists within UCSF Medical Center.

Address: 1569 Sloat Blvd., Suite 333

Phone: (415) 353-9339

Hours: See website


UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Clinic

The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine doctors, nurses, and therapists use complementary care, which combines alternative therapies with conventional medicine to promote good health and treat illness. These tested practices address the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of health care. The team includes specialists in women's health, cancer, chronic pain, repetitive strain injury, headaches, cardiac disease, nutrition and healthy living.

Address: 1545 Divisadero Street, 4th Floor

Phone: (415) 353-7700

Hours: See website


UCSF Primary Care at Laurel Village

UCSF Primary Care at Laurel Village provides pediatric and adult care, including same-day appointments for urgent medical needs. Doctors at Laurel Village are experts in providing children - ranging from infants to teens - preventative care as well as management of chronic diseases. The Laurel Village team provides personalized, quality medical care using web-based technology and other innovative approaches.

Address: 3490 California Street, Suite 200

Phone: (415) 514-6200

Hours: See website


UCSF Women's Health Primary Care

The staff of Women's Health Primary Care includes internists and nurse practitioners with a special interest and expertise in caring for women. Women's Health Primary Care provides comprehensive care with an emphasis on prevention, education, and patient participation. When needed, patients are referred to our network of specialty providers.

Address: 2356 Sutter Street, 4th Floor

Phone: (415) 885-7788

Hours: See website