Family Health Center

The Family Health Center (FHC), including the Refugee Medical Clinic, provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary health care services to a continuum of care that includes health promotion, disease prevention, urgent care, continuity ambulatory care services, and specialty clinics. Care is delivered within a primary care continuity provider model that optimized use of 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, the elderly, and homebound patients. The FHC is the largest primary care clinic in San Francisco's Community Health Network, with 12,000 uninsured or publicly insured patients served and almost 40,000 patient visits per year. It is not only the home base for our residents' continuity practices, but also includes the following clinics and services: 

  • Refugee Medical Clinic
  • Women's and Infant's Clinic
  • Teen Clinic
  • Ultrasound Clinic
  • Procedure Clinic
  • Vasectomy Clinic
  • Congestive Heart Failure Clinic
  • Chest Clinic
  • Spine Clinic
  • Nutritionists
  • Integrated Social Work
  • Prenatal Case Management
  • Diabetes Group Visits
  • Integrated Behavioral Health Team
  • Buprenorphine Program