New location

The F.I. Proctor Foundation has moved from our old location at 95 Kirkham Street to our new offices on the second floor at 490 Illinois Street in San Francisco.
Starting September 7, 2021, the parking lot outside our office at 490 Illinois St. will be closed for construction. Valet services will be available on Illinois St. in the driveway beside the building where signs will be posted. Valet staff will be at stations and they will issue you an e-claim check to show the valet when you want your car back. The valets will park your car at the 16th street Mission Hall lot. There is no additional fee for the valet service, but regular parking rates apply: $5/hour and $35 max/day. $7 max rate for ADA customers. The valets will have hand-held units and accept cash or credit card. The valets will send the claim ticket via text or email to your phone. For patients without phones, Valet will Issue patient plastic claim check. Payment is due when your car is returned to you; you don't have to decide ahead of time how many hours of parking to pay for.  There will be patient drop off area as well starting Sept 2021 for patients being dropped off by Uber drivers, family members, etc.

COVID-19

As concerns regarding COVID-19 remain, the health, safety, and well-being of our patients remains our priority. The Proctor Clinic is closely monitoring the situation and working with our partners at UCSF Health to provide ongoing eye care. The situation keeps changing daily and so are our efforts. Masks are required on all UCSF properties and during your entire examination.
If you have any questions please call (415) 476-1442. To receive a call back please LEAVE A MESSAGE AT THIS NUMBER. Your call WILL be triaged and returned. This line is checked several times during an hour.

The following website is also provided as a resource:
https://www.ucsf.edu/topic/covid-19

Francis I. Proctor Foundation for Research in Ophthalmology

 

The Francis I. Proctor Foundation for Research in Ophthalmology is an internationally renowned, privately endowed Organized Research Unit at the University of California San Francisco.  The Foundation is dedicated to research and training in infectious and inflammatory ocular diseases, and the application of this research to the prevention of blindness worldwide. It is recognized as the pre-eminent center in the world for this discipline.

The activities of the Foundation include fellowship training, faculty research, medical group practice, clinical diagnostic laboratory, and international research and training.