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New Location for Adult Urgent Care From Building 80 to Building 5

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Adult Urgent Care Moving

In early 2019, the Adult Urgent Care Center at ZSFG will relocate to Building 5 from Building 80.

Adult Urgent Care will be the first clinic to relocate to Building 5 as part of campus-wide effort to centralize outpatient clinics. Relocating Adult Urgent Care will improve safety for our patients, staff and visitors. In addition, expanding the clinic space will improve access to care for patients, and help decrease wait times.

More than 19,000 patients visited the Adult Urgent Care Center in 2018. Adult Urgent Care provides same-day urgent medical care for illnesses or injuries that are not life-threatening. If possible, patients should try to make an appointment with their Primary Care Health Center before visiting Adult Urgent Care.

Learn more about Adult Urgent Care services at ZSFG.

Other outpatient clinics, located in Building 80 on the ZSFG campus, will soon be relocating to Building 5, which will become an Ambulatory Center. The projects are funded through the 2016 Public Health and Safety Bond (Prop A).

San Francisco voters approved the measure by 80%, allocating $222 million to capital projects at ZSFG. The largest project will be seismically retrofitting Building 5 to make the infrastructure safer in an earthquake.

Learn more about our campus building projects at ZSFG.

The Adult Urgent Care Center construction project will be complete in February 2019. The clinic will begin transitioning into the new space at that time. Check back for an exact date for the relocation opening and other updates.

Adult Urgent Care relocation map

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