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.
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.
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.
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.
Alice ChenChief Medical Officer, San Francisco Health Network
Alice Huan-mei Chen, MD, MPH, is the chief medical officer for the San Francisco Health Network (SFHN), co-director of the Center for Innovation in Access and Quality at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH), and a professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).
As chief medical officer, Dr. Chen is responsible for providing effective clinical leadership, vision, direction and expertise in the oversight and operations of the SFHN, with a focus on clinical integration; access, quality and cost of care; patient satisfaction and retention; and strategic initiatives and programs for enhancing clinical effectiveness. Prior to assuming the role of SFHN chief medical officer, Dr. Chen spent a decade at SFGH in a variety of roles, including as core faculty for the UCSF/SFGH Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program. A graduate of Yale University, Stanford University Medical School, and the Harvard School of Public Health, Dr. Chen’s training includes a primary care internal medicine residency and chief residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, and the Commonwealth Fund Harvard University Fellowship in Minority Health Policy. She is an alumna of the California HealthCare Foundation Leadership Fellowship, and is an inaugural fellow of The Aspen Institute’s Health Innovators Fellowship.