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Southeast Health Center Expansion and Behavioral Health Integration Project

Southeast Health Center Expansion and Behavioral Health Integration Project 2020-04-17T15:51:15-07:00
Southeast Health Center expansion rendering
Southeast Health Center expansion rendering

Southeast Health Center is a primary care clinic at 2401 Keith St., serving the Bayview-Hunters Point in San Francisco. The clinic serves about 4,200 patients annually. Southeast provides: regular check-ups, prenatal care, women’s health services, behavioral health services, short-term counseling; access to resources for food, shelter, clothing, transportation; nutrition education, and other services. The facility also has a Dental Clinic.

About the project

In spring 2020, Southeast Health Center will embark on an expansion project to build a new primary care facility at the corner of Bancroft Avenue and Keith Street, next to the existing clinic. The 22,000-square-foot building will have two floors, 21 patient rooms, and enable the clinic to update and expand its health services. The $38 million project is mainly funded by the 2016 Public Health and Safety Bond, and is the second phase of the clinic’s improvements.

Patient and community benefits

  • 16 exam rooms (4 additional exam rooms)
  • 5 consultation rooms
  • A large family consultation room
  • 2 waiting rooms
  • More space for a laboratory, podiatry and optometry services
  • Large multi-purpose rooms
  • Offices for shared public use
  • Updated staff facilities (lounge, offices, showers, lactation room)
  • Extra space available in existing clinic (plans for use undecided)

Project timeline

  • Early 2020: The project is in the bidding stage for a general contractor
  • Spring 2020: Construction groundbreaking (may be delayed because of the city’s COVID-19 emergency response efforts)  
  • Spring 2022: Clinic relocates to new building
  • Summer 2022: All construction complete

All dates are subject to change.