Emily Richie, MD

Family Practice Physician

Dr. Emily Richie is a family practice physician at Primary Care at Laurel Village. Her areas of special interest include chronic kidney disease, diabetes, HIV and hepatitis B and C.

Richie attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and completed her family medicine residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia.

After her residency, Richie served on the faculty at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital for four years. She then practiced primary care in Boston for three years, followed by a move to Baltimore, where she practiced and taught residents at Franklin Square Hospital.

Richie then spent six-and-a-half years in Indonesia conducting research on an oral cholera vaccine, pediatric vaccines and diarrheal diseases at the Naval Medical Research Unit in Jakarta. In 1998, she undertook to learn HIV medical care and developed this practice over the next 18 years while working at community health centers in Baltimore. She is happy to be in San Francisco, providing primary care to UCSF patients and living close to her children.


Primary Care at Laurel Village
3490 California Street, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94118
New Patient Appointments:
(844) 727-8273 (PCP-UCSF)
Office: (415) 514-6200
Fax: (415) 514-6410

Hours: Monday to Friday
8 a.m. – noon, 1 – 5 p.m.

Academic Title

Associate Professor

More about Emily Richie


University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine 1978


Thomas Jefferson University Hospital , Family Medicine 1981

Selected Research and Publications

  1. Punjabi NH, Richie EL, Simanjuntak CH, Harjanto SJ, Wangsasaputra F, Arjoso S, Rofiq A, Prijanto M, Yela U, Herzog C, Cryz SJ. Immunogenicity and safety of four different doses of Haemophilus influenzae type b-tetanus toxoid conjugated vaccine, combined with diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine (DTP-Hib), in Indonesian infants. Vaccine. 2006 Mar 10; 24(11):1776-85.

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