UCSF Health has introduced a number of new medical center buildings over the past few years.
The $1.5B, 289-bed, 878,000-square-foot high-tech Medical Center at Mission Bay, opened in February of 2015, was created as an optimum healing environment for children, women and cancer patients. From the world’s largest fleet of robotic couriers to 60,000 square feet of rooftop gardens, and from all single patient rooms to the city’s only operating hospital helipad, the medical center is designed with patients and families at top of mind.
Click here to learn more about the Medical Center at Mission Bay.
The most recent development within the existing Mission Bay hospital is our Precision Cancer Medicine Building, adjacent to the Ron Conway Family Gateway Medical Building for Outpatient Services. Groundbreaking took place on April 14, 2017, and the new facilities opened in 2019.
Click here to learn more about the Precision Cancer Medicine Building.
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