Mount Zion History
Mount Zion Memories
Selected videos produced by the Fishbon Memorial Library.
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Mount Zion Chronicles
A summary look at the history of Mount Zion Hospital from 1887 to the present day.
Click to play: Windows format
Run time: 10 minutes
File size: 19MB
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Run time: 10 minutes
File size: 24MB
Harry Weinstein, MD
A visit with Dr. Harry Weinstein, long time Mount Zion physician, at his home (August 2004).
Bernard Kaufman, MD
Dr. Bernard Kaufman first began practicing medicine in the 1930's - listen to some of his stories (February 2005)
Herman Uhley, MD
A visit with cardiologist, Dr. Herman Uhley, who has been treating patients and conducting research at Mount Zion for fifty years (February 2006).
Ernest Rosenbaum, MD
We visit with Ernest H. Rosenbaum, M.D., cancer specialist and author, who's been with Mount Zion since 1964 (June 2006).
John Kerner, MD
A visit with John Kerner, M.D., former Chief-of-Staff and Director of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Mount Zion (November 2006).
Kenneth Woeber, MD
A visit with Kenneth A. Woeber, M.D., long-time Mount Zion physician and a UCSF Master Clinician (March 2008).
Leonard Rosenman, MD
A visit with Leonard Rosenman, M.D., former Chief of Surgery at Mount Zion (December 2008).
Eugene Morita, MD
A visit with Eugene Morita, M.D., former Chief of Nuclear Medicine at Mount Zion (January 2010) .
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Services at the UCSF Medical Center at Mount Zion are centered around 1600 Divisadero Street.
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