John Muir Health and UCSF Health partnership

Berkeley Outpatient Center





With urgent care, primary care, specialists and imaging/lab services in one location, choosing the Berkeley Outpatient Center for your healthcare needs gives you the unique combination of advanced medical expertise, personalized, professional treatment and convenience when you need it.

Our primary care physicians and specialists work in partnership to ensure your healthcare needs meet your personal healthcare goals. This is the Healing Power of Teamwork in action. 

For your convenience, we accept most insurance plans and provide free, off-street parking.

We offer easy online scheduling for primary care and cancer care. To schedule a specialty care appointment, please call (510) 985-5200.

Primarily staffed by physicians who have immediate access to onsite specialists, radiology and two laboratories, our Berkeley urgent care clinic is the ideal choice for most non-life threatening medical conditions with mild to moderate symptoms. Learn more >

Our primary care doctors and nurse practitioners are trained to care for each member of your family, no matter what the age. They listen to you, explain the treatments available and next steps, and discuss your options for a treatment plan that is right for you. Learn more >

We are committed to bringing world-class care to the East Bay. With access to renowned specialists in 16 different specialties, you can be assured of receiving the highest level of care in one convenient, easy-to-access location close to home. Learn more >

UCSF’s nationally top-ranked cancer care is now available in the East Bay. Surgeons and medical oncologists on our team have experience with most cancers, including those of the breast, gastrointestinal tract, head and neck, lung, thyroid and prostate, as well as uterine and ovarian cancers, multiple myeloma and sarcomas. Learn more >

On-site imaging services include x-ray, ultrasound (including breast ultrasound), mammography (2D and 3D digital breast tomosynthesis), biopsy (stereotactic and ultrasound). Learn more >