World Class Care

We are a community of top-rated clinics, hospitals and programs that connects San Franciscans to quality health care. We provide world class care near you, for you, regardless of immigration status or lack of insurance.

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Primary Care

Our Network provides primary care in 14 locations throughout the City. We also have 11 clinics that focus on medical care for San Franciscan youth. Five of our locations provide dental care. Patients have urgent care options too.

Specialist doctor or diagnostic test

Your primary care doctor or provider may refer to you Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital to have a diagnostic test or see a specialist doctor.


Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center is the only level 1 trauma care center in San Francisco. Our emergency department serves over 75,000 patients every year. Urgent care options are available for children and adults. If you are planning to have surgery at Zuckerberg San Francisco General, you will be referred to our Anesthesia Pre-Operative ClinicLaguna Honda Hospital is our Network’s skilled nursing and rehabilitation center.

Behavioral health treatment

Our network provides treatment during mental health crisis. We also provide mental health and substance use services to adults and youth younger than 18 years.

Contact us at (415) 206-7800 to find out how to sign up for care with us.

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Meet Our Clinical Leaders

Get to know us and read essential information about our clinical leaders and where they work. At the San Francisco Health Network, we strive to be every San Franciscans first choice for health care and well-being. We do this by providing high quality health care that enables all San Franciscans to live vibrant and healthy lives.

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Roland Pickens
Roland PickensDirector, San Francisco Health Network
Roland Pickens brings a wealth of experience to the San Francisco Health Network from his 20-plus years at Zuckerberg San Francisco General. His most recent role at ZSFG was as Chief Operating Officer, where he oversaw a nearly $1.3 billion budget and over 3,000 employees. Roland received his undergraduate degree in Public Health from Dillard University and his Masters of Health Administration from Tulane.
Marcellina Ogbu
Marcellina OgbuDeputy Director, San Francisco Health Network
Marcellina Ogbu, DrPH, has been with the San Francisco Department of Public Health for over 28 years, and brings with her a wealth of public health experience. She received her Masters of Public Health Planning, Policy and Administration and Doctorate in Public Health Education from the University of California at Berkeley. She has been the director at Maxine Hall Health Center, the COO of Primary Care, the Director of Community Health Care and is now the Deputy Director of the San Francisco Health Network.