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UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland is a pediatric teaching hospital and maintains a Level-I Pediatric Trauma Center designation from the American College of Surgeons. The hospital provides comprehensive pediatric specialties and subspecialties to infants, children, teens, and young adults.

BCH Oakland by the Numbers

  • 675 physicians
  • 3,000 employees
  • 190 licensed beds

In a typical year, our work includes:

  • 230,000 Outpatient Clinic visits
  • 27,000 Specialty Care Clinic Visits
  • 9,000 Surgical Cases (Inpatient and Outpatient)
  • 9,500 Inpatient Admissions

Key Committees

Medical Staff Committees (VPN required):
For more information regarding these committees contact the Medical Staff Office at (510) 428-3334.

  • Best Practice
  • Continuing Medical Education
  • Credentials
  • Graduate Medical Education
  • Infection Control
  • Interdisciplinary Practice
  • Institutional Quality
  • Patient Safety
  • Medical Ethics
  • Medical Executive Committee
  • Medical Records
  • Medical Staff Professionals Committee
  • Multidisciplinary Peer Review Committee
  • OR Committee
  • Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee
  • Professional Practice Oversight Committee
  • Radiation Safety Committee
  • Research Committee
  • Patient Safety Committee
  • Sedation Committee
  • Transfusion Committee
  • Trauma Services Committee
  • Utilization Management Committee
  • Well Being Committee (Call 510-428-8356 to leave a confidential voicemail)

Privileges

For more information contact the Medical Staff Office at (510) 428-3334.

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Key Clinical Resources

Maintenance of Certification Approval Program: The UCSF Maintenance of Certification Approval Program (MOCAP) is an approved sponsor of the ABMS Multi-Specialty Portfolio Approval Program. UCSF’s MOCAP supports, monitors, approves, and reports institutional quality improvement (QI) efforts to meet Maintenance of Certification Part 4 Improvement in Medical Practice (MOC4) requirements across multiple AMBS specialty boards.