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HIV/AIDS

We’ve been a global leader in HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, research, and education since 1983.

At the Forefront
We’ve been here from the beginning, providing compassionate, innovative care based on our “all in” and “care for all” ethos. Today, our San Francisco Model has spread throughout the world, becoming the standard in HIV/AIDS care.

A Community of Care
Our Rapid ART Program Initiative for HIV Diagnoses (RAPID) serves as the lifeline linking our patients to our care centers. We’ve built an integrated care model, in which community-based organizations work on site to help provide the care our patients need.

HIV/AIDS Care at ZSFG

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HIV/AIDS Clinic (Ward 86)

Integrated primary medical, urgent, and HIV specialty care with mental health and other support services.

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HIV/AIDS Specialty Medicine

Top-notch specialty health care in the areas that most affect patients with HIV/AIDS.

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Community & Support

Support to help you manage the disease within a welcoming, embracive community.

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Patient-Centric Care

Our expert team of physicians, counselors, and educators deliver a holistic, patient-centric approach to treating HIV/AIDS.

  • UCSF doctors provide the best HIV/AIDS primary and specialty care in the Bay Area and beyond
  • Innovation and world-leadership in HIV/AIDS prevention, research, and education
  • “Medical Home” model bring care to you
  • Culturally-sensitive programs for HIV-infected women, African-Americans, Latinos, and adolescents
  • On-site education, support group, and treatment for hepatitis C infection
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HIV/AIDS Clinic (Ward 86)

HIV/AIDS Clinic
Zuckerberg San Francisco General
995 Potrero Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94110
Building 80, 6th Floor, Ward 86

 

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  • Hours
    Appointments
    Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri
    8am – 5pm
    Wed
    9am – 5pm
    Urgent Care Drop-Ins
    Mon – Fri
    8am – 11:30am
    1pm – 4:30pm
    SF City Holidays
    Closed
    Clinic is closed 12 to 12:45 p.m. daily
    Clinic opens at 1 p.m. on the first Friday of the month

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  • Contact
    Phone
    Appointments
    Phone
    Questions/Concerns
    Phone
  • Directions

    The clinic is located at 995 Potrero Ave at the corner of 22nd Street in a brick building. Follow signs for Building 80. Take the elevator to the 6th Floor. Register in Room 601. If you have Medi-Cal insurance only, you can go directly to the check-in window.

  • Public Transport

    Muni

    Our Main Campus is served by Muni routes 9, 10, 33, 49, and 90.

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    BART

    The closest BART stop is the 24th Street Mission station.

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    Free Shuttles

    UCSF Shuttle

    Free shuttle to UCSF locations in the city, including our Main Campus.

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    ZSFG Shuttle

    Free shuttle to the 24th Street Mission BART station during peak commute times.

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  • Parking

    On Campus

    Enter hospital campus driveway and turn right into the surface lot.

     

    23rd Street Parking Garage

    Enter from 24th Street (during the day) and 23rd Street (in the evening).

“We meet people where they are, and we work with them to get them healthy and stable. Our team has the best and brightest people I have ever worked with. They care for our patients with the highest level of commitment and compassion.”

Dr. Diane Havlir
Chief

HIV, Infectious Diseases, and Global Medicine Division

Did You Know?

Today, almost 37 million people are infected with the HIV virus globally.

Source: WHO