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150 years of booms, busts, and a whole lot of newborns.

The heart of San Francisco beats to its own rhythm, and it always has.

Through baby booms, housing booms, and even tech booms, we’ve seen it all.

 

And yet, this city can still surprise us. Its resilience. Its love. Its pride.

 

We were here, through natural disasters, pandemics, and plagues. For the birth of new ideas, new communities, and of course, newborns. And today, we are still here, providing compassionate care for the whole person, and the whole city.

 

And now, Zuckerberg San Francisco General is planning for the next 150 years. 

 

150 years keeping the heart of San Francisco beating strong.

A Legacy of Care


On August 28, 1872, the City of San Francisco opened the doors to the City and County Hospital at 23rd and Potrero Streets, making an investment in public health that would withstand plagues and earthquakes, population booms and great inventions. 150 years later, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital still stands, keeping the heart of this city beating strong. 

 

We are proud to celebrate ZSFG’s 150th anniversary of providing essential health care to all San Franciscans. As the only Level 1 trauma center in the City and County, ZSFG is always prepared to care for this city in times of crisis, but also as we work towards a healthier future.

 

Learn more about this 150-year legacy.

Help prepare us for the next 150 years.


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Join us as we celebrate our past and plan for a more equitable future.

 

150 years keeping the heart of San Francisco beating strong.