The Mission of San Francisco General Hospital is to deliver humanistic, cost-effective, and culturally competent health services to the residents of the City and County of San Francisco by:
- Providing access for all residents by eliminating financial, linguistic, physical, and operation barriers;
- Providing quality services that treat illness, promoting and sustaining wellness, and preventing the spread of disease, injury and disability;
- Participating in and supporting training and research;
- The commitment to community involvement in healthcare needs.
San Francisco General Hospital is a licensed general
acute care hospital within the Community Health
Network, which is owned and operated by the City and
County of San Francisco, Department of Public
The SF General Hospital has a Level 1 Trauma Center.
There is no State of California regulation or American College of Surgeons [ACS] standard requiring a medical helipad
at a trauma center.