Monica Hahn, MD

Family practice physician

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.

Hahn believes in a comprehensive approach to wellness that integrates physical, emotional and social well-being, 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.

Hahn also specializes in HIV prevention and management, with a focus 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.

In 2006 Hahn completed her public health degree at UC Berkeley, 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.

Hahn speaks Spanish.


Women's Health Primary Care
2356 Sutter St., Third and Fourth Floors
San Francisco, CA 94143
New Patient Appointments:
(844) 727-8273 (PCP-UCSF)
Office: (415) 885-7788
Fax: (415) 353-2494

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

Academic Title

Assistant Professor

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University of California, Berkeley, Public Health 2006
University of California San Francisco School of Medicine 2011


UCSF Medical Center 2014

Selected Research and Publications

  1. Chong V, Um K, Hahn M, Pheng D, Yee C, Auerswald C. . Toward an intersectional understanding of violence and resilience: An exploratory study of young Southeast Asian men in Alameda and Contra Costa County, California. Aggression and Violent Behavior. 2009; 14(6):461-469.

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