Asian Heart & Vascular Center

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The UCSF Asian Heart and Vascular Center is a cardiovascular care hub for the Asian community. In particular, we respect the cultural differences that distinguish the Asian population. Patients also can receive information and language-appropriate educational materials about heart disease and prevention. Additionally, the center participates in research to further understand the metabolic and genetic differences of the Asian community.

The Asian Heart and Vascular Center was established in 2006 to serve the Asian community, the fastest-growing segment of the San Francisco population. Cardiovascular disease and stroke are the leading causes of death among Asian Americans, according to the American Heart Association. In San Francisco, Asian Americans make up about a third of the population. As the Asian population increases, so does the need for cardiovascular specialists who can understand, communicate about and treat heart disease.

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In association with all of the clinics under the UCSF Heart and Vascular Center, the Asian Heart and Vascular Center offers:

  • Top-quality heart and vascular care tailored to the Asian community and communicated in patients' preferred language
  • Access to state-of-the-art technology from the UCSF Heart and Vascular Center
  • Language-appropriate outpatient eduation for patients on heart disease — what it is, what you can do if you suffer from it, and how to prevent it through lifestyle changes such as altering diet, smoking cessation and increasing physical activity
  • Provides the opportunity to take part in research studies that will help future generations of Asian Americans

    Languages spoken at the clinic include Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Korean and Japanese.

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Please call the number below to make an appointment.

Getting Here

Asian Heart and Vascular Center
1600 Divisadero St., Second Floor, Suite C-244
San Francisco, CA 94115
Appointments: (415) 885-3678
Events: (415) 885-3678
Fax: (415) 885-3676

What to Bring

  • Health insurance information including authorizations or referrals
  • List of prescription medications and dosages
  • List of medications that you're allergic to
  • List of questions you may have
  • Recent test results related to your condition
  • Paper and pencil to take notes

Access Your Health Information Online

This clinic uses UCSF MyChart, an online patient service. Message your provider, request medication refills, view some test results and more.

Learn more about UCSF MyChart

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Parking at Mount Zion

Public parking is available in two parking garages near our Mount Zion campus. One is a UCSF garage at 2420 Sutter St. and the other is a public garage at 1635 Divisadero St. Entrances to both garages are on Sutter Street, between Divisadero and Broderick streets.

The 2420 Sutter St. garage is open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday to Friday, and closed on weekends and UCSF holidays. The rate is $6 an hour with a $30 daily maximum ($12 daily maximum for patients with a valid disabled placard). If you have a valid disabled placard, you may have the parking fee reduced to $6 by obtaining a parking voucher from your clinic or the lobby information desk at 1600 Divisadero Street. Present the voucher, your disabled parking placard and your garage receipt to the cashier.

For more information about parking in the 2420 Sutter St. garage, call (415) 514-8935.

The public parking lot at 1635 Divisadero St. garage is open from 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Friday, and closed on weekends and major holidays. The rate is $2 each 20 minutes with a $28 daily maximum. UCSF parking vouchers are not valid at the 1635 Divisadero St. garage.

For more information about the public parking lot in the 1635 Divisadero St. garage, call (415) 441-5408 or visit

Other public parking garages are available nearby.

Metered street parking is rarely available.

Public Transportation

Mount Zion

UCSF Medical Center at Mount Zion is accessible via the following Muni bus routes:

  • No. 2*
  • No. 38*
  • No. 24

The No. 1 California bus route stops at the corner of California and Divisadero streets, which is three blocks north of Mount Zion.

For more information about Muni, visit

* Wheelchair accessible bus routes

UCSF Shuttles

Free UCSF shuttles travel between the Parnassus and Mount Zion campuses as well as other UCSF locations.

For more information about UCSF transportation, please call (415) 476-1511.

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