Three UCSF faculty will be featured speakers at TEDMED 2015, an annual gathering of 1,500 leaders and innovators from all sectors of society to explore the promise of technology and innovation in health and medicine.
Representing a new era in its patient care, the University is introducing UCSF Health, a health care system that expands the delivery of innovative, high-quality and high-value care to people throughout the Bay Area and beyond.
Health care providers must have detailed discussions with their older adult patients to better determine their true life expectancy, according to researchers at UCSF and San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
In Mali, a new approach to patient care aims to decrease the nation's childhood mortality rate.
In 1975, UCSF started a medical training program in Fresno to provide medical training and care to the Central Valley. Now, in its 40th anniversary year, it is established as the region's largest provider of graduate medical education.
UCSF Imaging Center and UCSF Women’s Health Primary Care launched a new Montgomery Street clinic on September 2.
Medications commonly used to treat dementia could result in harmful weight loss, and clinicians need to account for this risk when prescribing these drugs to older adults, a new UCSF study says.
Recognizing that patients’ experiences of childhood and adult trauma are common and have a direct impact on their health, UCSF clinical researchers and Positive Women’s Network-USA have developed and are reporting a new primary care model.
Carla Perissinotto, MD, MHS, is a Geriatrician who helps people live longer, more comfortable, more fulfilling lives. She works with elderly patients through UCSF Care at Home, which provides medical care to home bound older adults.
As UCSF celebrates the successful opening of UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, there's excitement also brewing at its other clinical care campuses.