For Patients

The UCSF Division of Infectious Diseases offers an array of services for the evaluation and management of infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS, dysplasia, and travel medicine. Many of our specialists are nationally and internationally recognized for providing the highest level of expertise in caring for many different infectious diseases. Each of our hospitals has a full complement of clinical infectious diseases services; areas of special emphasis at each site are indicated below.

Parnassus/Mount Zion

The UCSF Medical Center’s Infectious Diseases Division provides outstanding care for patients with a wide range of infectious diseases, particularly providing care to patients with complex or unusual problems including those with compromised immune systems. We see many patients from our local community, but we also care for those travelling to us from around the country. Infectious Diseases at UCSF Medical Center comprises several distinct ambulatory practices and inpatient services.

Outpatient Clinics at Parnassus/Mount Zion

Zuckerberg San Francisco General (ZSFG)

Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center provides comprehensive patient care for the residents of San Francisco regardless of their ability to pay. UCSF has been affiliated with Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG) since 1884 and shares in the mission of providing quality healthcare and trauma services with compassion and respect. ZSFG is the only Level 1 trauma center in San Francisco and Northern San Mateo County and serves 1.5 million residents of the Bay Area. A new main hospital building was opened in 2016.

ZSFG has a long history as a major-academic tertiary care medical center. Infectious diseases has played an important role in shaping ZSFG. In the 1980s, some of the nation’s first AIDS patients were cared for at ZSFG, and the hospital became a model for AIDS and HIV care. Established in 1983 as one of the first HIV clinics in the country, the HIV clinic located at Ward 86 cares for nearly 3000 HIV-infected San Francisco residents.