HIV/AIDS Treatment Center

The Pediatric HIV/AIDS Treatment Center provides comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and treatment to infants, children and young adults living with HIV. We also offer prenatal counseling and planning for pregnant women living with HIV, as well as testing and treatment for their infants.

We work closely with our patients' primary care physicians to deliver cutting-edge medical management of HIV infection. We also coordinate:

  • Neuropsychological evaluations
  • Nutritional assessments
  • Dental exams
  • Emotional and social support services

Please call the number below for information about making an appointment.

Getting Here

HIV/AIDS Treatment Center
Ron Conway Family Gateway Medical Building
1825 Fourth St., Sixth Floor
San Francisco, CA 94158
Phone: (415) 353-7337
Fax: (415) 502-2107

Hours: Thursdays, 1 - 5 p.m.

What to Bring

  • Health insurance information including authorizations or referrals
  • List of your child's prescription medications and dosages
  • List of medications your child is allergic to
  • List of questions you may have
  • Recent test results related to your child's condition
  • Paper and pencil to take notes

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Parking

Parking at Mission Bay

Public parking options at UCSF's Mission Bay campus include:

Weekdays: $3.75/hour
Daily Maximum: $30/day

More Information

Download a Mission Bay campus map

Public Transportation

UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay is accessible via the following Muni bus routes:

  • 22
  • 55
  • T-Third Street line

More Information

(415) 673-6864 (MUNI)
SFMTA website

UCSF Shuttles

Free UCSF shuttles connect the Mission Bay campus with our Mount Zion and Parnassus campuses as well as other UCSF locations and the 16th Street BART station.

More Information

Shuttle routes and timetables
Shuttle system map
Shuttle hotline: (415) 476-4646 (GOGO)

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Our Team

Theodore Ruel
Theodore Ruel, MD
Pediatric infectious disease physician
Diane Wara
Diane Wara, MD
Pediatric immunologist
Xin-Hua Chen
Sarianne H. Madsen