The new hospital will address the increasing demand for complex adult medical care. In recent years, the current adjoined hospitals at Parnassus Heights, Moffitt and Long, have had to turn away nearly 3,000 patients annually for specialty care, due to a lack of bed capacity. Much of this demand comes from referrals to UCSF from other health care providers and community hospitals for care in areas ranging from cancer to cardiology to neurology.
The demand for health care is only expected to increase. The Bay Area’s population is projected to grow by more than 750,000 in the next decade, with an increasing proportion of Medicare-age patients. The need for greater capacity is underscored by the fact that UCSF provides more days of inpatient care for Medi-Cal patients than any other hospitals in the County of San Francisco, at 39 percent. The new hospital will replace the inpatient care currently provided at Moffitt hospital, enabling UCSF to increase overall patient capacity by 42 percent, from 475 beds in 2020 to 675 beds.
UCSF will use a combination of funding sources, including debt financing and private support, to finance the new hospital. In 2018, UCSF received a $500 million commitment from the Helen Diller Foundation to support the planning, design and construction of the new hospital.
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