Maria X Martinez Health Resource Center

Low-barrier urgent care & transitional primary care services for people experiencing homelessnes

Healthcare services provided @ 50 Ivy will close Sep. 23 and re-open @ 555 Stevenson on Sep 30, 2022

Getting here

Urgent Care and 50 Ivy services will close September 23, 2022. Services will re-open at the Maria X Martinez Health Resource Center at 555 Stevenson St. in SOMA by September 30th, 2022. 

Public transportation

Public transportation

Civic Center BART station – all lines; Van Ness or Civic Center MUNI train station - all lines; MUNI Bus stops

Parking

Parking

Metered street parking available in the surrounding neighborhood

Accessibility

Accessibility

ADA accessible via lift

Contact

San Francisco Health Network Call Center

Mayor's Office of Innovation

City Hall
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl
Room 498
San Francisco, CA 94102

Mon to Sat, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm

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Closed public holidays.

About

The new location of Urgent Care and Open Access Clinic is named in honor of Maria X Martinez. Maria was serving as the SF DPH director of Whole Person Care before she passed away from illness in July 2020. In partnership with other DPH leadership focused on improving care coordination for people experiencing homelessness and other vulnerable San Franciscans with complex health needs, Ms. Martinez initially proposed the idea to create a health resource center co-located with related services.

A tireless advocate and public servant, Maria devoted her career to developing programs to improve healthcare for people experiencing homelessness. The Health Resource Center was envisioned as a clinical hub for Whole Person Integrated Care. Here, co-located cross-departmental teams can work side-by-side to create low barrier access for people experiencing homelessness who are need health care, assistance with enrollment in benefits and help exploring housing options. Through an iterative human-centered design process involving members of the community and staff from the Department of Public Health, Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing and Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, this state-of-the-art resource center was designed.

Management Team