As Laguna Honda Hospital transfers vulnerable patients as far away as San Mateo County — with multiple patients dying soon after the moves — advocates, health care officials and families again […]
After years of complaints from healthcare providers and patients on the extremely long waits to see a mental health practitioner at Kaiser Permanente, a San Francisco Board of Supervisors committee […]
Mayor London Breed says she has doubled down to improve conditions in the Tenderloin, but the city continues to withhold some $3 million allocated in 2021 to implement a new team of workers to respond to homelessness.
Sabrina Chaumette is usually apologizing on Martin Luther King, Jr., day, but not this year. A therapist for 14 years in Kaiser Oakland Medical Center’s adult psychiatry unit, she typically […]
More than 100 people packed a community meeting at the Salvation Army site at 22nd and Valencia streets Thursday night to discuss converting the nonprofit space into a Hummingbird neighborhood-based […]
With the long-awaited state vaccine mandate scheduled to kick in at midnight, hundreds of employees at the already short-staffed Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital stand to be fired. Some 234 […]
Ariel, a longtime Mission resident currently living in a tent on 19th Street between Capp and Mission streets, was transported to a safe sleeping site and offered services following a […]
Dr. George Rutherford gives an update of covid-19 numbers across the globe, while a panelist of three experts discuss vaccine hesitancy, passports, and incentives as the Bay Area returns to a state of normalcy.
Update, 08/04: Some eviction notices recorded in HSH and MOHCD data do not appear to match records of eviction notices held by property managers. Some “eviction notices” may have been […]
Linette didn’t plan on getting vaccinated that day in early June. She came out to Family Day, an annual block party in Sunnydale, to groove to the DJs blasting hip-hop and to […]
Frustrated neighbors packed Monday’s community meeting to discuss a proposal to convert the vacated Salvation Army location on Valencia Street into a Hummingbird Place, a 24-hour behavioral health respite center […]
Neighbors of 1156 Valencia St. said they are waiting to hear more at Monday night’s community meeting, before making up their minds about plans to convert the Salvation Army property […]
Crystal Meth is ravaging San Francisco. What is the City and the community doing to help those who may need it and what exactly is going on? Crystal Meth has […]
Today, moderator Dr. Bob Wachter kicked off Grand Rounds with two questions that for months have preoccupied everyone from the world’s top epidemiologists to the humble grocery store clerk: How […]
Like the boulders of Clinton Park being rolled off the sidewalk, put back on, taken off again — and now perhaps replaced with bigger boulders — the political tug-of-war between a faction of the Board of Supervisors and Mayor London Breed over reforming San Francisco’s mental health system draws on, as people continue to suffer on the street.