Mount Zion Hospital was established in 1887 as a voluntary, nonprofit hospital to render “medical and surgical aid and service to the needy and distressed sick of the community without regard to race or creed.”
In July of 1990, Mount Zion Health Systems and the University of California approved an integration that made Mount Zion part of the UCSF family.
Today, UCSF Mount Zion is a hub for outpatient services, and is also known for being home to the following specialty care centers:
- UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
A center that has won the National Cancer Institute’s highest designation—“comprehensive”—for innovative research and cutting-edge inpatient and outpatient care. The center is dedicated to researching, diagnosing, and treating many forms of cancer. The complex includes a state-of-the-art, five-story outpatient center.
- UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health
Dedicated to providing comprehensive care for women at every stage of life—from pregnancy and childbirth, to parenting, to menopause and beyond. Primary care, obstetrics and gynecology, and fertility and reproductive health are among the specialty services offered through the Center.
- Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
Blends the best practices from modern medicine, alternative medicine, and healing practices around the world to best serve patients. Acupuncture, herbal consultation, and yoga and mindfulness classes are among the services offered by the Center.
Current Projects at Mount Zion Campus Include:
Mount Zion Parking Garage
UCSF is proposing a new parking garage at Mount Zion, located at 2420 Sutter Street, near Divisadero. This new garage parking structure would serve patients, visitors, and the general public. More
For information regarding UCSF Mount Zion please contact:
Damon Lew—Assistant Director, Community Relations
Tel: 415- 514-2651