About the Division


The Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases & Global Medicine, as the largest division within UC San Francisco’s Department of Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG), stands as a global leader in clinical care, education, public service, and research.

With a core mission to provide comprehensive care for patients affected by infectious diseases, particularly the vulnerable, the Division holds firm to the belief that ending epidemics of devastating infectious diseases like HIV, malaria, and TB is within reach. These efforts promise more than just health outcomes; they aim to foster wellness, prosperity, and social connectedness.

In pursuit of these ambitious goals and in response to the persistent threat of infectious diseases, the clinicians, researchers, and educators of the Division of HIV, ID & Global Medicine are dedicated to being catalysts for change. They provide local care for patients with HIV and other infectious diseases while simultaneously advancing international efforts to enhance infectious disease prevention, care, and community health.

Beyond their clinical and research endeavors, Division members play a pivotal role in training future medical professionals, collaborating with local, state, and federal governments, and partnering with community organizations, corporations, and international policy-making bodies.

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HIV, ID & Global Medicine Visionary Brochure

An overview of UCSF's Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases & Global Medicine at ZSFG.