San Francisco General Hospital Richard H. Fine People's Clinic (RFPC), formerly known as the General Medicine Clinic
Faculty in the Division of General Internal Medicine at ZSFG provide care at The Richard H. Fine People's Clinic (RFPC). RFPC is the adult primary care clinic at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG). It is a vital part of both San Francisco's safety net system and the University of California, San Francisco's (UCSF) School of Medicine. The mission of RFPC is to provide comprehensive, high quality primary care services to adults in the San Francisco safety net, and to provide an excellent teaching environment for UCSF students and residents.
Richard H. Fine (1940 – 2015)
Charting New Paths
Richard H. Fine, MD practiced medicine at ZSFG for 40 years. In 1970, he created one of the first outpatient clinics at a public hospital in the U.S., and then helped found a primary care residency program to train doctors to work with poor and vulnerable patients.
Working Tirelessly for the Underserved
Known for his strong social conscience, Dr. Fine worked tirelessly and passionately caring for the poor, the homeless, those with AIDS in the early days of the epidemic, and the incarcerated. Today, his legacy lives on in this clinic that bears his name.