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Family Care Care for every member of your family

From the newest new born to the oldest members of our community, we have compassionate care to meet your every need.

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Prenatal Care

CenteringPregnancy is a group prenatal program in which all your prenatal visits, breastfeeding and labor education are done in a group with a midwife and other pregnant women who are due around the same time. Many women enjoy this style of care.

Call 628 206 3409 or go to to learn more.

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Family Birth Center

We have the lowest C-section rate of any hospital in San Francisco. Our support for mothers, newborn babies, breastfeeding, and families has made ZSFG the only “Baby-Friendly Hospital” in San Francisco.

Call 628 206 3409 to schedule a tour or visit our web page to learn more.

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We provide excellent care for children and teens in our Primary Care clinics both on our campus and throughout our associated neighborhood clinics.

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Primary Care

Part of keeping San Francisco healthy is getting regular check ups to keep you well. We offer care for adults both here at ZSFG and also in our neighborhood clinics.

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Being well is about more than eliminating disease. Our Wellness Center provides many free activities to keep you moving, eating well, and nourishing your mind, body, and soul.

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Growing Older

As we age, we have specific needs. At ZSFG, we have specialists to work with you or a family member to ensure the best care is provided.

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

Are you new to Zuckerberg San Francisco General?
Call 628 206 7000 to get started.
Are you an existing SF Health Network Patient?
If you’re a member of the SF Health Network, you’ll need a referral from your primary care doctor. Otherwise, meet first with an enrollment specialist.