Facilities and Directions
Precision Cancer Medicine Building (opening in 2019)
Patient Care and Laboratory Research are integrated throughout the UCSF campus system.
- Mission Bay in Potrero
- Mount Zion in the Western Addition neighborhood;
- Parnassus near Golden Gate Park
- Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital in the Mission neighborhood
- San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center in the Richmond district
Read more about UCSF hospitals and clinics.
Our newest campus, Mission Bay is home to UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital San Francisco, UCSF Betty Irene Moore Women's Hospital and UCSF Bakar Cancer Hospital, in addition to numerous outpatient services for both children and adults.
The addresses and directions below are for the hospital complex, but UCSF services are located throughout the Mission Bay campus; for directions to a specific clinic, check the clinic webpage.
1825, 1855 and 1975 4th St.
San Francisco, CA 94158
Laboratory Research: At the UCSF/Mission Bay campus, the Helen Diller Family Cancer Research Building is a state-of-the-art research facility that opened in June 2009. The five-story building houses researchers who focus on the basic biological mechanisms of cancer.
Mount Zion offers outpatient facilities for radiation oncology, breast care (including mammography), infusion, pediatric dermatology, and support services such as psychiatric oncology, psycho-oncology, and symptom management.
Other facilities at this campus include the Cancer Resource Center, a multimedia library and centralized hub for supportive services targeted to patients and caregivers; and Friend to Friend, a boutique that offers products and services for cancer patients.
The main entrance is at 1600 Divisadero St., between Post and Sutter. Paid public parking is at 1635 Divisadero St.; enter on Sutter between Divisadero and Broderick.
Paid valet parking is available at the main entrance. Auto drop-off is available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, and pick-up until 5 p.m. There is no service on weekends and holidays. For more information about valet parking and rates, call 415-514-4520.
Laboratory Research: At the UCSF/Mount Zion campus, The Cancer Center’s laboratory research building at 2340 Sutter Street includes more than 250 lab work stations and offices for 48 principal investigators.
UCSF/Parnassus is the center for patient care in neurologic oncology (brain and spinal cord tumors); leukemia, lymphoma, and other hematopoietic malignancies; bone marrow transplant.
Inpatient services are located at 505 Parnassus Ave., where a 600-bed main hospital comprises two adjoining buildings and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital. Outpatient clinics are in the Crede Ambulatory Care Center, across from the hospital at 400 Parnassus Ave.
Paid public parking is at 500 Parnassus Ave. with two garage entrances—one on the north side of Parnassus and another on Irving Street just east of Third Avenue.
Laboratory Research: At the UCSF/Parnassus campus, numerous Cancer Center member labs conduct both clinical and basic science research.
Since 1864, Zuckerberg San Francisco General and the UCSF School of Medicine have worked in close collaboration to provide health care services for the people of San Francisco. ZSFG is one of UCSF’s primary teaching hospitals, where medical residents train under UCSF faculty and City staff.
Today, more than 2,000 UCSF physicians and staff from all four UCSF professional schools work side-by-side at the hospital with 3,500 employees of the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
Laboratory Research: At ZSFG, numerous Cancer Center members conduct both clinical and basic science research on areas such as HIV/AIDS-related and blood cancers.
UCSF faculty, including many members of the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, serve patients at San Francisco Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center, a tertiary-care referral center operated by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The VAMC is also an integral part of the UCSF teaching and research programs. The hospital serves as the major referral center for outpatient VA clinics in Northern California and Nevada.
Laboratory Research: At SFVAMC, research is a key aspect of the VA Medical Service. Facilitated by a VA-based non-profit research organization, SFVAMC-based faculty members are supported by more NIH grants than any other hospital in the VA system.