UCSF Medical Center ranked 8th in the latest America’s Best Hospital Survey. Our Gynecology practice ranked 6th overall in the Survey’s Specialty Rankings.

UCSF among first to pilot new iPhone app; researchers will collect genetic data from expectant mothers’ iPhones to study causes of premature birth

Deputy Asst. Secretary for Women’s Health shares tips for overcoming breastfeeding hurdles

Major Complications After Abortion Are Extremely Rare, Study Shows

UCSF Women's Health Primary Care physician discusses relieving menopause symptoms.



UCSF Women's Health Primary Care

Women's Health Primary Care Expands at Mount Zion and North Waterfront
in San Francisco

UCSF's Resource Allocation Program (RAP) Calls For Fall Cycle Applications

Dr. Alison Jacoby explains everything about fibroids and treatment options in this featured video – UPDATE

New services for LGBT patients at our Women's Health Primary Care practice

Centering Chronic Pelvic Pain Group

The Afterglow: A Postpartum Support Group For New Mothers


Annual SF Teal2Heal 5K to support gynecologic cancer – September 12th! Please join us!

Serenity Art Show

Women's Health Shortcuts


Gynecologic Cancer Awareness

Gynecologic Cancer Awareness

It’s September and the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health is placing a special focus on gynecologic cancer awareness, prevention, early detection, and expert treatment.

The fact is, all women are at risk for gynecological cancer: uterine, cervical, vulvar and vaginal, and ovarian. Every year, nearly 81,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with a form of gynecologic cancer, of which uterine cancer is the most commonly diagnosed (about half of all gynecologic cancer cases). Women can protect themselves from gynecologic cancer by understanding their risk factors and methods of prevention and early detection.

Learn more about Gyn Cancer risk factors here......>>

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Imagine a future in which every doctor who cares for you understands your unique female biology and values your preferences.

Imagine a future in which health care providers work in teams and share information with each other -- and you -- via the internet.

Imagine a brand new state of the art hospital in San Francisco devoted entirely to providing women a lifetime of reproductive health, where a woman can have a baby in a birthing center, receive the latest in breast cancer care, uterine fibroid treatment or incontinence all in a woman-centered environment.

That future is closer than you think thanks to the vision of lifelong women's healthcare advocate and expert Dr. Nancy Milliken. The Women's Specialty Hospital is part of a new $1.6 billion UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay that broke ground in October 2010.


UCSF Women's Health Resource Center Portal

UCSF Women's Health Resource Center Member Portal Now Open

Videos presenting a variety of topics in women's health today are available 24/7 on UCTV


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