UCSF is committed to providing equitable access and reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities for all programs and services.
Patients and visitors to the UCSF Health system may request accommodations through their healthcare team or applicable location staff. If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Patient Relations:
Faculty and staff
Disability Management Services (DMS)
Phone: (415) 476-2621
Website: Disability Management Services
To request accommodations, contact the event organizer or department.
Accessibility barrier reporting and grievances
Generally, the fastest way to obtain access at UCSF is to contact the program in which the access barrier is located.
If you can't access website or web application content or use a feature with assistive technology:
- Report an accessibility issue: Fill out and submit our online form.
- See our accessibility complaint investigation and resolution process.
UCSF facilities and grounds
UCSF Medical Center facilities
Phone: (415) 514-3570
Website: UCSF Medical Center Facilities
Chief Accessibility and Inclusion Officer Wendy Tobias
Phone: (415) 696-4604
Email: [email protected]
Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination
OPHD supports the university policy prohibiting discrimination and harassment of any person based on their membership in a protected category.
Phone: (415) 502-3400
Email: [email protected]
Website: Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD)
Digital accessibility statement
Under the Information Technology Policy, all UC locations must:
- Adhere to the UC IT Accessibility Requirements, including the establishment of an IT accessibility program.
- Develop, purchase and acquire, to the extent feasible, hardware and software products that are accessible to people with disabilities.
- Promote awareness of this policy to all members of the university community, particularly those in roles responsible for creating, selecting or maintaining electronic content and applications.
Technology products purchased, used or supported by the campus should be reviewed for accessibility before purchase via University of California Guidelines for Purchasing Accessible IT Products or Services. Such reviews may include extensive testing and collaboration with vendors as appropriate. Equally effective access plans are created for technology products that are not fully accessible.