Medical Clinic

St. Anthony’s Medical Clinic provides primary and specialty care to 4,625 patients through more than 14,000 visits a year. Every day more and more families are moving into the neighborhood, and as the only clinic providing of pediatric care in the Tenderloin, St. Anthony Medical Clinic is there to meet their healthcare needs. Over 30% of the patients served in the Clinic are children and nearly all (80%) of our patients live below 100% of the Federal Poverty Level ($23,550 for a family of four). 

Many of the children we treat are already struggling with chronic disease: diabetes, obesity, and even high blood pressure. With Tenderloin hospitalization rates for diabetes and complications associated with the disease five times the city average, the Clinic has made chronic disease management and prevention a priority. Through individualized care plans, support groups and education, patients learn to effectively manage their chronic conditions. Our range of primary care, preventive and ancillary services support all patients in building healthy lifestyles for themselves and their families. 

In addition to primary care for adults and children, the Clinic also provides an array of specialty and mental health services including nutrition education, individual and group therapy, psychiatry, podiatry, Allergist, Ophthalmologist  and acupuncture.

Interested in supporting our Medical Clinic at St. Anthony’s? We often have opportunities for specialized volunteers to use their skills to give back. Learn more about specialized volunteering here!

Services Provided:

Primary Care
Urgent Care
Chronic Disease Management
Pregnancy Testing
Health Education & Outreach
Mental Health Services
Therapy Services
Smoking Cessation
Diet & Nutrition Counseling
Spirometry Testing
Asthma Education and Medication Counseling
Diabetes Education, Self-Management, and Medication Counseling
Healthy Lifestyle Classes
Fitness Classes
Inspiramos Salud – healthy eating, nutrition, exercise, and cooking classes

Medical Clinic

150 Golden Gate Ave, 2nd floor
(415) 241-8320


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
8:00 am – 4:30 pm

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Our team’s dedication to fighting diabetes has been recognized by the Diabetes Hands Foundation for its work in building a healthier community for our patients. Check out this video featuring our staff and patients as they prepare for to take the Big Blue Test:

serves 2,400 hot, nutritious meals
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