COVID Vaccines: UCSF Medical Center Says 10,000 Frontline Staff Received Vaccine; Begins Distributing 2nd DosesUCSF Medical Center announced Wednesday that they have vaccinated nearly 10,000 frontline staff from COVID-19 and have begun distributing second doses.
UCSF Seeks To Rebuild Hospital, Add 1,200 Homes On Parnassus Campus In Proposed Agreement With CityOfficials with UCSF and the City of San Francisco announced Monday a proposed community benefits package, which includes new housing, as it seeks to rebuild the aging hospital on its Parnassus Heights campus.
COVID-19 Surge: Bay Area Hospitals Facing Critical Shortage Of Nurses, Medical ProfessionalsAs the winter coronavirus surge puts increasing pressure on California's healthcare system, the state is now worried about a possible shortage of medical professionals.
5 COVID-19 Infections Reported At UCSF Medical Center; Dozens QuarantinedTwo patients and three workers at UCSF Medical Center have tested positive for COVID-19 over the past week and the hospital is working to determine the source of the infections and others who may have been exposed, the hospital said.
UCSF: 3 Workers, 2 Patients Test Positive For Coronavirus, Dozens QuarantinedHealth officials have confirmed at least five cases of coronavirus were transmitted within UCSF's Helen Diller Medical Center, in Parnassus Heights.
San Francisco COVID-19 Patient Recovers From Coma, Reunites With Family After 2 Months In HospitalA San Francisco family had a big reason to celebrate Wednesday as a beloved member was finally able to leave UCSF Medical Center after a two-month battle with a severe case of COVID-19.
Coronavirus Update: UCSF Sets Up COVID-19 Ward At Mount Zion ComplexUC San Francisco Health began accepting patients Wednesday at a new Mount Zion medical center ward reserved for COVID-19 coronavirus patients.
UC Berkeley, UCSF Researchers Post Preliminary Results Of Joint COVID-19 Antibody Test Kit StudyResearchers at UC Berkeley and UCSF launched a joint study of antibody test kits to examine potential immunity, temporary or otherwise, to COVID-19. Preliminary results can be found at covidtestingproject.org.
25,000 UC Medical Center Workers Staging One-Day StrikeWorkers at the University of California's five medical centers will stage a one-day strike Thursday to protest what they say is the university's move to outsource union jobs to private sector companies.
Legal Battle Over Warriors' San Francisco Arena Project Heats UpThe legal battle over the proposed Warriors arena in San Francisco heated up Friday as a judge heard arguments for and against the construction of the Mission Bay complex.
California Allows HIV-Infected Liver TransplantCalifornia lawmakers have approved emergency legislation that would allow a man with HIV to receive part of his HIV-positive husband's liver before the surgery becomes too dangerous, possibly within weeks.
UCSF Medical Center Suspends Kidney Donations After Death Of Living DonorThe donor had provided a kidney to a recipient at UCSF in October.
UCSF Suspends Kidney Transplants From Living Donors After DeathUCSF Medical Center announced Thursday that it has voluntarily suspended kidney transplants from living donors, following the recent death of a donor.
No Complications So Far During Rare 9-Way Kidney Swap At UCSF Medical Center & CPMCA nine-way kidney transplant chain that began Thursday in San Francisco is set to finish on Friday. So far, doctors said there are no reports of complications and all of the patients are doing fine.
Doctor Nearly Killed By Ebola Shares Story Of Survival At UCSFA few months ago, Dr. Ian Crozier was in Sierra Leone, working with the World Health Organization, in the fight against Ebola. He never dreamed the virus would nearly kill him.