UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay
An iconic landmark of health care, built from the ground up with care and compassion in mind.
UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay is our newest state-of-the-art hospital complex that has been designed to ensure that our facilities match UCSF's top-notch patient care. Our new hospitals were built with a focus on the patient’s experience every step of the way. Here at Mission Bay, you'll find the latest technology, including telemedicine, robotics and intra-operative imaging, as well as space to accommodate tomorrow's innovations. Built alongside UC San Francisco's vibrant research hub, our new hospitals bring together leading physicians and scientists to accelerate the translation of laboratory discoveries into actual treatments and cures. All of this is housed in a structure that incorporates the highest standards of patient safety, energy efficiency, seismic readiness and environmental sustainability.
Super Bowl Sunday marked the start of a new era for UCSF. As the rest of the nation prepared for the big game, hundreds of staff gathered at dawn to carry out a carefully orchestrated transfer of inpatients from our Mount Zion and Parnassus hospitals to their new beds at Mission Bay. They didn't rest until the last patient had been safely tucked in.19 photos
From the operating rooms to the rooftop gardens, each detail of the new UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital San Francisco has been carefully chosen to create an environment that soothes, entertains and supports the healing of our young patients.9 photos
When it comes to building a children's hospital that serves the whole family, what better experts to consult than families who've been there, done that? Our Family Advisory Committee showed us the touches, both big and small, that can help support parents during a hospital stay.8 photos
The Road to Mission Bay
From the groundbreaking ceremony to the placement of the last beam to the development of state-of-the-art patient rooms, watch the new UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay take shape.