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UCSF Health and MarinHealth

Working Together for the Health of the North Bay

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A Powerful Partnership for Enhanced Care

We believe in going above and beyond to provide our community with the best possible care. Sometimes, that means literally going beyond our existing service area to form powerful alliances that allow us to enhance our offerings, right here in our own community. That’s why we have established a strategic alliance with UCSF Health to deliver advanced care in key hospital programs, as well as in our MarinHealth Medical Network clinics.

At MarinHealth Medical Center, UCSF Health experts perform services onsite in neurosurgery, and gynecologic oncology. Benioff Children’s Hospital experts participate in multiple pediatric programs here, including outpatient surgery, pediatric diabetes, and neonatal care.

  • Neurosurgery
    Our relationship with the UCSF Department of Neurosurgery allows us to offer seamless patient care in Marin. UCSF Neurosurgeons provide exceptional expertise for spine and brain surgery on both an emergency and elective basis at MarinHealthMedical Center.
  • Gynecologic Oncology
    Our relationship enables Marin women to see a UCSF Gynecologic Oncologist locally and have surgery performed by a UCSF Surgeon at MarinHealth Medical Center using our da Vinci Xi® Robot.
  • Benioff Children’s Hospital
    Our relationship with UCSF’s Benioff Children’s Hospital allows Marin families to benefit from the resources and knowledge base of one of the nation’s preeminent pediatric hospitals. UCSF Perinatologists and Neonatologists work on site, monitoring difficult pregnancies and caring for fragile newborns in the Medical Center’s Level II NICU. A UCSF prenatal diagnostic center staffed with specialists in high-risk obstetrics located adjacent to the hospital enables Marin women with high-risk pregnancies to get the extra monitoring they need close to home, and deliver their babies at MarinHealth Medical Center.
  • Madison Clinic-Pediatric Diabetes
    As a satellite location of the UCSF Madison Clinic for Pediatric Diabetes, our Braden Diabetes Center’s Childhood Diabetes Program provides outpatient education and support for our young patients, including access to an Endocrinologist, Pediatric Nurses, and Registered Dietitian Nutritionists.

Great care for every part of you, in every part of the North Bay.

Our MarinHealth Medical Network clinics are also part of our UCSF Health alliance. We offer access to many excellent primary care and specialty providers in convenient locations near your work or home.

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Vascular Medicine
Cardiovascular Medicine Orthopedic Surgery Pediatric Care
Primary Care
Vascular Medicine
Adult After-Hours Care Cardiovascular Medicine
Cardiovascular Performance Center
Endocrine & Diabetes Care Family Medicine
General Surgery
Internal Medicine Neurology
Obstetrics, Gynecology & Midwifery
Primary Care
Vascular Medicine

Family Medicine
Pediatric Care
Primary Care
Breast Surgical Oncology Endocrine & Diabetes Care Gynecologic Surgery Internal Medicine
Men’s Care
Obstetrics, Gynecology & Midwifery
Orthopedic Surgery Psychiatry
Supportive Care
Vascular Medicine
Cardiovascular Medicine Critical Care & Pulmonology General Surgery Infectious Disease Internal Medicine
Pediatric After-Hours Care Primary Care Rheumatology
Internal Medicine
Primary Care

Patient Stories

MarinHealth Patient Story Rebecca Hermanski

Rebecca Hermanski - UCSF Health and MarinHealth Really Deliver

When Rebecca Hermanski had her first child, Graham, at MarinHealth Medical Center (formerly Marin General Hospital) , it was a relatively easy, natural birth. However, as often happens during delivery, some of Graham’s blood was naturally transferred to his mother. As it turns out, Graham had inherited a rare red blood cell protein called E Antigen, from Rebecca’s husband Greg. Because Rebecca’s red blood cells lack this protein, her body’s natural response was to produce Anti E antibodies. This became a problem two years later, when Rebecca became pregnant with her second child, Grace. 
Learn more about Rebecca’s story by clicking here.

MarinHealth Patient Story Rick Larson

Rick Larsen - After the Brain Tumor: Back on his Bike

Trim and 6’3”, 54-year old Rick Larsen is as athletic as he looks. He surfs, skis and hikes, but his daily workout is mountain biking on a trail he helped build, at the Camp Camarancho Boy Scout Preserve in Fairfax. Watching him zip down the hill on his bike, it’s hard to believe that in January of 2015, Rick was a repeat patient at MarinHealth Medical Center (formerly Marin General Hospital), including three visits to the Emergency Departmentsurgery, and overnight stays in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Step-Down Care Unit (SCU), and Cardiac Unit
Learn more about Rick’s story by clicking here.

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