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Current Projects

Building Our Future

To provide world-class patient care and safety 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 which began serving patients in 2016. Our latest construction projects are funded through the city’s 2016 Public Health and Safety Bond as well as other public and private sources, including the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation.

ZSFG is updating its campus to continue improving service for our patients now and for generations to come. Upgrades in facilities, buildings, and infrastructure will help ZSFG prepare for the future, improve access to coordinated health care, and provide a healing space for our staff and patients.

Current capital improvements include relocating services from older buildings that may not perform as well during an earthquake into safer more modernized buildings. Other work includes the ongoing and much-needed seismic retrofit of the 1976 concrete hospital facility, known as Building 5, formerly the main hospital. For the retrofit, the building’s structural components are currently being reinforced to improve its seismic performance in a major earthquake.