Monica Hahn, MD, MPH

Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Family & Community Medicine
Clinical Director and Principal Investigator, Pacific AIDS Education Training Center
Associate Medical Director, HIVE Clinic 


Dr. Monica U. Hahn is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCSF in the Department of Family & Community Medicine. She completed her BA in Molecular & Cell Biology and Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley. She earned her MPH at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health and her MD at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), and completed her residency in Family & Community Medicine at UCSF. She is an alumnus of the UCSF Programs in Medical Education (PRIME)-Urban Underserved Program, and currently serves as its Director of Inquiry and Evaluation, where she engages in training and mentoring of medical students. As Clinical Director and Principal Investigator of the Pacific AIDS Education Training Center, she leads a regional network responsible for advancing HIV care, capacity building, and healthcare workforce diversification, with the goal of eliminating HIV-related health inequities and stigma. Her clinical experience includes co-directing the Family HIV Clinic, a family-centered HIV primary care clinic at San Francisco General Hospital, and providing perinatal HIV care to people living with and/or affected by HIV in and around pregnancy as the Associate Medical Director at HIVE Clinic, also based at San Francisco General Hospital. Monica co-directs an HIV specialty concentration training program for the UCSF Family & Community Medicine Residency Program. In her role as a medical educator as Clinical Faculty at the UCSF School of Medicine and UCSF Family & Community Medicine Residency Program, Monica’s work centers on advancing anti-oppression and critical race theory frameworks in medical education and training programs.