Join Chancellor Sam Hawgood, Mark Laret, president & CEO of UCSF Health, and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Dan Lowenstein for an update on UCSF's plans to revitalize the Parnassus Heights campus.
The Comprehensive Parnassus Heights Plan (CPHP) envisions a 21st century health campus that meets changing health care needs of San Francisco and beyond, as well as safety and seismic requirements and fosters collaboration to continue UCSF’s 120-year tradition of world-renowned innovation in research, education, and care delivery.
In the first decade of the 30-year plan, the CPHP includes construction of a new adult acute care hospital at the UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights, and a Research and Academic Building to replace UC Hall. Both will incorporate the technology, equipment, and space to advance cutting-edge science and education. The first phase also includes Alea housing and a new campus entrance at Irving Street.
The CPHP is entering a crucial phase. After years of planning, outreach and work with both the UCSF and the local community, an amendment to UCSF’s 2014 Long Range Development Plan to incorporate the CPHP’s proposals will go before the UC Board of Regents in early 2021 for approval.
Join the Town Hall to hear the latest updates and how you can get involved to make this vision a reality. If you are interested in showing your support for the project and letting people know how important these vital updates are to continuing UCSF’s world-class research, education and patient care, you can sign up here to learn ways you can participate.
Thursday, August 20 at 12:00pm to 1:30pmVirtual Event