Primary Care Residency Program at ZSFG (SFPC)
The University of California San Francisco (UCSF), Internal Medicine Residency Primary Care Program at San Francisco General Hospital (SFPC) is devoted to training physicians to become leaders in the care of the underserved. We emphasize meeting the complex needs of poor and vulnerable patients and developing methods of primary care that are effective, efficient and accessible to all people. This track is fully integrated into the UCSF Internal Medicine Residency Program and is one of the three Internal Medicine residency tracks at UCSF, in addition to the Categorical and UCSF Primary Care tracks, and has its own match number.
Primary Care Research Fellowship at ZSFG
In conjunction with the Department of Family and Community Medicine, this fellowship program is designed to train physicians for careers in primary care clinical research and academic medicine.
UCSF CME: Medical Care of Vulnerable and Underserved Populations
A 3 day course to train doctors and allied health professionals in the care of vulnerable and underserved populations.
Champion Provider Fellowship
The Champion Provider Fellowship harnesses the passion of healthcare providers to improve the health of their communities beyond the clinic setting.
Dr. Leigh Kimberg, Clinical Professor at DGIM-ZSFG, is the Director of PRIME-US, a 5 year program to train medical students to become leaders in the care of urban underserved communities.