- SFGH-based Primary Care Residency Program
The University of California San Francisco (UCSF), Internal Medicine Residency Primary Care Program at San Francisco General Hospital (SFPC) is devoted to training physicians to become leaders in the care of the underserved. We emphasize meeting the complex needs of poor and vulnerable patients and developing methods of primary care that are effective, efficient and accessible to all people. This track is fully integrated into the UCSF Internal Medicine Residency Program and is one of the three Internal Medicine residency tracks at UCSF, in addition to the Categorical and UCSF Primary Care (UCPC, see below) tracks, and has its own match number.
- UCSF-based Primary Care Residency Program
The UCSF Primary Care/General Internal Medicine Residency based at Mt. Zion is a three-year program designed to train internists in both ambulatory and hospital care. As a part of the Department of Medicine Residency Program at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), it combines intensive in-hospital training with structured training in ambulatory medicine in a general internal medicine group practice, in internal medicine subspecialties, and in non-internal medicine specialties essential to the practicing general internist. The primary care residency is fully integrated with the Department of Medicine's other internal medicine residency programs. The primary care residents and the general internal medicine faculty participate in all Department of Medicine teaching and service activities.