To ensure the safety of our patients, we are asking for your cooperation in limiting your exposure to the general public.


Our office adheres to the recommendations outlined by the SF Department of Public Health

For any non-urgent visits, it is suggested that you reschedule your visit to a later time.

How to reduce the risk of getting sick and spreading disease:
  1. wear a mask
  2. wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Hand sanitizers containing alcohol may be used where soap and water is not available.
  3. cover cough and sneeze with arm, not hand
  4. avoid touching face
  5. avoid crowded places, closed spaces and close contact settings, whenever possible
  6. maintain social distancing (stay 6 feet apart)

For additional information, visit the CDC’s website for COVID-19 up-to-date resources.




OBGYN San Francisco

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Market Street, San Francisco – 1939

Since its founding in 1939, Golden Gate OBGYN San Francisco has been a leader in providing quality, personalized healthcare to generations of Bay Area women. Our practice was established by Dr. Lois Holmes Brock, one of California’s first female physicians.

In 2011, we continued our tradition of innovation by building a state-of-the-art facility in the North Waterfront neighborhood of San Francisco. This beautiful office also includes ancillary services such as the MonaLisa Touch for feminine rejuvenation and Antepartum Testing to expecting moms needing further evaluation.

It’s our mission to improve the overall health and wellness of our patients and to maintain the legacy of our founders. Please let us know how we can serve you.

Sign Up for Classes

We provide pregnancy and childbirth classes in our own state-of-the-art facility. Each program is designed with substantial input from our physicians and reflects the standards and philosophy of our medical practice.

  • Baby Care Basics: Learn about normal newborn activities and how to feed, bathe, change and protect your baby.
  • Breastfeeding 101: Learn the facts about breastfeeding, as well as how to position your infant, feeding routines and how to resolve common breastfeeding issues.
  • Childbirth Preparation: Learn how to prepare for labor and birth by understanding the stages of labor, relaxation techniques, pain medication options and guidance for partner support. This is a 3 hour class held at night and over the weekend..
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