The University of California, San Francisco is the only University of California institution dedicated exclusively to health sciences education. The midwifery program is based in the School of Nursing and has been in existence since 1977. The residency program is more than fifty years old and is based in the School of Medicine. There has been a longstanding collaboration between the two programs at San Francisco’s public hospital where the midwifery service has an independent practice and since 2016, we have been co-educating midwifery students and ob/gyn residents clinically on Labor and Delivery at the University Hospital as well as collaborating in a myriad of didactic and simulation activities.
The UCSF Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program is a fully accredited ACGME residency program that accepts 10 residents per year for four years. The residents rotate through many sites in the Bay Area in addition to Hawaii and international sites.
Program Director: Amy (Meg) Autry, MD
The UCSF Nurse Midwifery Program accepts 14-16 students per year for two years. Their clinical experience occurs at the public hospital, the university hospital, as well as various community sites across the Bay Area.