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Women's Health Primary Care Expands at Mount Zion and North Waterfront in San Francisco
With the loud buzz of the Mission Bay Hospital opening in the background, Women's Health Primary Care (WHPC) has quietly doubled its size and patient capacity. As part of the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health, WHPC has resided on the fourth floor of the Women's Health Center since its 2002 opening, which conveniently brought together many health services for women in one building at Mount Zion. WHPC has now expanded into a remodeled third floor and enhanced its space on the fourth floor, improving patient services at 2356 Sutter St.
In addition to the expansion at Mount Zion, Women's Health Primary Care has opened a new practice site co-located with UCSF Women's Imaging at the newly built outpatient offices at 1725 Montgomery St., where patients can receive primary care, mammograms, ultrasounds and bone density screening in one place. Located in the Telegraph Hill/North Waterfront district of San Francisco, this beautiful new clinic is one block from The Embarcadero and accessible via Muni's "F" train.
Women's Health Primary Care has three new doctors and two new nurse practitioners, and is accepting new patients at both the Mount Zion and Montgomery Street locations. Information about the new providers is available below in our directory. Patients wishing to establish primary care with WHPC should call (844) PCP-UCSF.
Our Women’s Health Primary Care practice includes internists and nurse practitioners with a special interest and expertise in caring for women. Our practice provides comprehensive care with an emphasis on prevention, education and patient participation. When needed, patients are referred to our network of specialty providers.
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For our established patients, please continue to make an appointment at (415) 885-7788, option, 2, option 2.
Anne Chang, MD, Internist, Medical Director, Women’s Health Primary Care
Dr. Anne W. Chang is an internist and medical director of Primary Care for UCSF Women’s Health. Dr. Chang came to the UCSF Medical Center from Buffalo General Hospital in Buffalo, N.Y. She graduated from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston in 1990 and completed residency training in internal medicine at the University of Texas in 1994. She earned board certification in internal medicine in 1995. Closed to new patients
Deborah Chen, MD, Internist
Dr. Chen is an internist in Women's Health Primary Care at UCSF Medical Center. As a primary care doctor, she provides health education and comprehensive care to help her patients achieve and maintain optimal health. Her interests include preventative medicine and chronic disease management. She believes in building strong provider-patient relationships and guiding her patients through lifestyle and health care decisions.
Chen graduated from Princeton University with a concentration in molecular biology, attended University of Connecticut School of Medicine and completed her internal medicine residency in Boston at Tufts Medical Center. She is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at UCSF and earned board certification in internal medicine in 2014. Accepting new patients.
Maddie Deutsch, MD, Family Medicine, Transgender and LGB Healthcare
Dr. Deutsch's interests include prevention, dietary and lifestyle approaches to improving health outcomes, and taking an overall patient-centered, collaborative, and individualized approach to prevention and care. Dr. Deutsch specializes in transgender, gender non-conforming, and LGB primary care health services. Her experience includes being a program director at a large LGBT-oriented primary care clinic. She is on the Medical Advisory Board and is the Clinical Lead at the UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health, and was instrumental in developing the UCSF Primary Care Protocol for Transgender Patient Care. Accepting new patients.
•Please click here for Frequently Asked Questions about transgender primary care at Dr. Deutsch’s office.
Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD, Internist
Dr. Fayola Edwards-Ojeba is a primary care physician and an assistant clinical professor of medicine at UCSF Women’s Health. She has a strong interest in creating a welcoming clinical practice that encourages all aspects of diversity. She is active in the UCSF medical community in promoting improvement in minority, African-American, and women’s health, as well as diversity within the medical community. She values being a member of a community dedicated to helping patients achieve their goals of health and well-being.
Dr. Edwards-Ojeba earned her bachelor’s degree from Harvard College in 2005, medical degree from the Yale University School of Medicine in 2012, and completed residency in internal medicine at UCSF in 2015. Accepting new patients.
Monica U. Hahn, MD, Family Medicine
Dr. Monica Hahn is a family physician and assistant clinical professor at UCSF Women’s Health Primary Care. She sees herself as a health navigator empowering her patients with the knowledge and tools to create and realize their personal health goals. She believes in a comprehensive approach to wellness that integrates physical, emotional and social wellbeing, while emphasizing prevention. Her interests include sexual and reproductive health, family planning, immigrant and refugee health, athlete and dancer health, and chronic disease prevention and management. Dr. Hahn also specializes in HIV prevention and management, and focuses on integrating HIV care into primary care. Her experience includes directing a family-oriented HIV primary care clinic at San Francisco General Hospital and directing an HIV specialty concentration training program for UCSF residents.
Dr. Hahn completed her public health degree at UC Berkeley in 2006, focusing on reproductive health and global health. She earned her MD/MS at UCSF School of Medicine in 2011, and completed her residency in Family & Community Medicine at UCSF/San Francisco General Hospital in 2014. Her research interests include STI/HIV prevention, health disparities in reproductive health, community-based participatory research, health and social justice policy/advocacy, and youth empowerment and resilience. Dr. Hahn speaks Spanish. Accepting new patients at our new clinic at 1725 Montgomery Street.
Molly Heublein, MD, Internist
Dr. Heublein is an internist with a special interest in chronic disease management and education. She views a primary care physician as a wellness advocate who is able to listen to each patient's comprehensive health needs. Her practice focuses on sharing her knowledge of medicine to help patients make informed decisions and lifestyle choices. She graduated from the University of Vermont College of Medicine in 2009, and completed her internal medicine residency in Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania Heath System in 2012. Closed to new patients.
Jo Marie Munnich, MD, Family Medicine
Dr. Munnich's interests include preventive care, women's health, stress reduction, anxiety and depression management, and chronic disease management. She sees herself as a coordinator helping patients navigate the health care system and make informed decisions. Before joining UCSF, she was a family medicine specialist in private practice in Albany for 10 years. She is a graduate of UC Irvine School of Medicine and completed a residency at the University of Pennsylvania. Munnich is an associate clinical professor of medicine at UCSF. Closed to new patients
Christina B. Pham, MD, Women’s Health Primary Care
Dr. Christina Pham is an internist focusing on women’s health primary care, with a particular interest in maternal health, holistic disease prevention, health promotion, and effective behavior change – especially in chronic disease management. Dr. Pham graduated from Stanford University, concentrating on international health; completed medical school at the UCSF School of Medicine; and did her residency in Internal Medicine at Harvard Medical School / Cambridge Health Alliance in a focused primary care training program. Her research interests include maternal health primary care, shared medical appointments, and graduate medical education. Dr. Pham speaks Vietnamese and is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCSF. Accepting new patients.
Judith M. Walsh, MD, Internist
Dr. Judith Walsh is a primary care internist with special interest and expertise in disease prevention and health promotion. She is fluent in Spanish and has many Spanish-speaking patients. Dr. Walsh completed her medical and public health training at the University of California, Los Angeles. In 1987, she moved to San Francisco to complete an internal medicine residency at UCSF and a fellowship in clinical epidemiology at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center of UCSF. She was board certified in internal medicine in 1990. Dr. Walsh holds a faculty position at UCSF where she is actively involved in teaching medical students and residents. Additionally, Dr. Walsh does research in the area of disease prevention. Closed to new patients
Linda Dulong, Nurse Practitioner
Linda Dulong is an adult nurse practitioner. She is a graduate of the Master's program at the UCSF School of Nursing. Coming from a background in massage and physical therapy, Ms. Dulong is focused on tailoring patient care to best facilitate each individual’s wellness and disease prevention. Accepting new patients.
Rebecca Lew, Nurse Practitioner
Rebecca Lew is a board certified family nurse practitioner. As a San Francisco native, she has worked as a nurse in various women's health clinics throughout the Bay Area, as a high school nurse with the San Francisco Unified School District, and as a clinician serving the Chinese community. She believes in a collaborative approach to patient care, and demonstrates this by providing patients with the tools and education to make informed health decisions. Her interests include reproductive health, family planning, chronic disease prevention and management, and nurse practitioner training and mentorship. Rebecca graduated from the family nurse practitioner program at UCSF in 2012. Along with being a FNP, she is also a Certified Diabetes Educator. She is available to provide lifestyle and self management counseling on diabetes care. Rebecca is fluent in Cantonese. Accepting new patients.
Xiomara (Patty) Turok, Nurse Practitioner
Patty Turok is a board certified nurse practitioner with a subspecialty in women’s health at the UCSF Primary Care Clinic at the Women’s Health Center. Ms. Turok joined this practice in 2006. She is fluent in Spanish and has several Spanish speaking patients. She graduated from the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at the University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing in 2004. She has an interest in emphasizing health promotion, health maintenance, and disease prevention. Accepting new patients.
Rachel Wheeler, Nurse Practitioner
Rachel Wheeler comes to Women’s Health Primary Care with a strong nursing background in women’s health. She worked since 2006 at the UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center as a triage nurse in a variety of oncological specialties including breast cancer and gynecologic oncology. She graduated from UCSF Adult Nurse Practitioner Program in 2009 and has a special interest in disease prevention and chronic disease management. Accepting new patients.