To improve patient safety and care at Zuckerberg San Francisco General, the campus is undergoing several major construction projects.
Zuckerberg San Francisco General is home to more than 125 years of health care architecture. Our campus facilities range from historic brick buildings constructed in 1887 and 1915, to our new inpatient hospital built in 2016. Our latest construction projects are funded through the city’s 2016 Public Health and Safety Bond.
The work will include a seismic retrofit of the 1976 concrete hospital facility, known as Building 5. For the retrofit, the building’s structural components will be reinforced to improve its seismic performance in a major earthquake.
Exciting renovations in Building 5 will relocate some clinical outpatient services from older buildings that may not perform as well during an earthquake. Ultimately, the moves will combine our clinical services into a safer, modernized building.
2018 Projects Underway
Renovations in Building 5
Adult Urgent Care Center
The Adult Urgent Care Center will be our first clinic relocation to Building 5 from Building 80. The project will improve patient care by bringing urgent care services closer to the Emergency Department in the inpatient hospital. Stay tune for updates on when the clinic will relocate.
Outpatient Dialysis and Rehabilitation relocation
Our Outpatient Dialysis clinic currently is housed in one of our oldest structures on campus, and we look forward to relocating the services in a newer and enhanced clinic on the 3rd floor in Building 5.
Our Rehabilitation program will relocate next to Dialysis, moving the clinic from the basement in Building 5 to a larger, updated space.
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