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Or go to your nearest emergency room.

Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center delivers world-class medical care in a compassionate, caring environment open to all San Franciscans, regardless of circumstance.

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  1. Meet with an Enrollment Specialist

    To receive care, you must be enrolled in one of our accepted insurance or financial programs. Call 628 206 7800 to schedule an appointment with a Certified Enrollment Worker.

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  2. Join a Primary Care Practice

    Great health care starts at your primary care clinic. You can choose a provider at the hospital or near where you live.

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  3. Be Referred to a Specialist

    To receive specialty care or take a diagnostic test, you’ll need a referral from your health care provider.

  4. Visit Our Campus

    We welcome you to our campus. Come for our great care, stay for our community programs and support. We offer free wellness, lifestyle, and fitness classes as well as interpreter, patient advocate, and crisis support services.

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Or go to your nearest emergency room.

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Our wellness experts will be happy to take care of you.

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Our Location

Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital & Trauma Center
1001 Potrero Avenue
(between 22nd and 23rd Streets)
San Francisco, CA 94110

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We’re here for more than just emergencies.

Whole Network of Care

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Your primary care doctor is connected and so are you. You have access to primary care, specialty care, dentistry, hospital services, skilled nursing, rehabilitation, behavioral health services, and more.

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Need Help?

If you’re not sure which type of care is right for you:

Call 628 206 8000 for assistance.

Did You Know?

We have nationally recognized Centers of Excellence, including those in Neurotrauma, Stroke, and Orthopedics.