UCSF Medical Center at Mount Zion

Mount Zion
A Tradition of Excellence
Photo © Susan Merrell

Mount Zion Hospital was established in 1887 by the San Francisco Jewish community as a non-profit hospital to render "medical and surgical aid and service to the needy and distressed sick of the community ... without regard to race or creed."

Today, Mount Zion continues its involvement in teaching, research, and patient care as a campus of the UCSF Medical Center. It is a hub for ambulatory care, and home to the Department of General Internal Medicine, the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, the UCSF Patient Health Library, Women’s Health and more.


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Map

By Car

From the East Bay and Oakland

  • Cross Bay Bridge ( I–80 West), stay in second lane from right
  • Exit right on 101 North / Golden Gate Bridge
  • Get in left lane and exit Octavia Blvd. / Fell St.
  • Turn left on Fell St.
  • Turn right on Divisadero St.

From Marin

  • Cross Golden Gate Bridge, stay in far right lane
  • Exit 19th Ave. / Golden Gate Park onto CA–1 South
  • Turn right on Clement St.
  • Turn right on 14th Ave.
  • Turn right on California St.
  • Turn right on Divisadero St.

From the Peninsula (I-280 North)

  • Take  I–280 North toward San Francisco, stay left
  • Exit Civic Center / Bay Bridge onto US–101 North
  • From left lane, exit Octavia Blvd. / Fell St.
  • Turn left on Fell St.
  • Turn right on Divisadero

From the South Bay (Highway 101 North)

  • Approaching San Francisco, stay left
  • Exit left on 101 North / Golden Gate Bridge
  • From left lane, exit Octavia Blvd. / Fell St.
  • Turn left on Fell St.
  • Turn right on Divisadero St

By Bus

Mount Zion is accessible via the following San Francisco MTA (MUNI) bus routes.

Route  2 Clement
Route  24 Divisadero
Route  38 Geary

Further MUNI information can be obtained by calling 311 (outside San Francisco: 415.701.2311)