Hospitals can sometimes seem overwhelming, especially when you are ill. The following resources were developed to help you prepare for your hospital stay, to inform you of all the services and facilities we offer and to make your stay with us as smooth and comfortable as possible.
Your Hospital Stay
Prepare for your visit
Admissions and Discharge
Before you are admitted to the hospital, an admissions counselor will call you to obtain preliminary information and provide important information.
We encourage all patients to complete an advance health care directive, which allows you to state your preferences for medical treatments. Find more information here.
Please do not use cellular phones in patient care areas. UCSF Medical Center is committed to protecting your medical information. Find more information here.
Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation
Recognizing the fact that organ and tissue donation/transplantation saves or improves thousands of lives each year. Find appointment information here.
We have both private and double occupancy rooms, which are assigned depending on availability and your medical needs. Find appointment information here.
While receiving care at UCSF Medical Center, your safety is our primary concern. Many procedures are in place to protect your well-being. Find more information here.