Dr. Monica Hahn is a family medicine doctor who takes a comprehensive approach to care that integrates physical, emotional and social well-being, while emphasizing prevention. She sees herself as a health navigator, empowering her patients with the knowledge and tools they need to determine and realize their personal health goals.
Hahn's interests include sexual and reproductive health, family planning, immigrant and refugee health, and athlete and dancer health. She is also interested in preventing and managing chronic disease.
Hahn particularly specializes in HIV prevention and management, with a focus on integrating HIV care into primary care. Her experience in this area includes directing a family-oriented HIV primary care clinic at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center as well as directing an HIV specialty training program for UCSF residents.
Hahn's research interests include prevention of sexually transmitted infections, disparities in reproductive health, community-based participatory research, social justice policy and advocacy related to health, and youth empowerment and resilience.
Hahn earned a master of public health degree at the University of California, Berkeley, focusing on reproductive health and global health. She earned her medical degree and master of science degree at UCSF School of Medicine and also completed her residency in family and community medicine at UCSF.
UC Berkeley, MPH, 2006
UCSF, Family and Community Medicine, 2014