UCSF Marches in 2017 SF Pride Parade

Dhruv Kazi (left), MD, MS, an attending physician in cardiology, and Ashley McMullen, MD, a resident doctor, march as part of the UCSF contingent in the 2017 San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade on Sunday, June 25. Photo by Noah Berger.

Dhruv Kazi (left), MD, MS, an attending physician in cardiology, and Ashley McMullen, MD, a resident doctor, march as part of the UCSF contingent in the 2017 San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade on Sunday, June 25. Photo by Noah Berger.

With many wearing shirts to promote inclusiveness, participants from UC San Francisco turned out in large numbers for the 47th annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade and March.

Several hundred people from UCSF marched in this year’s parade, which was held on June 25 in downtown San Francisco.

The University’s contingent included a float from Ward 86. The HIV Primary Care Clinic, located at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, was the world’s first HIV/AIDS outpatient clinic. Today, Ward 86 serves as the largest clinic in the San Francisco Health Network exclusively serving HIV-infected patients and a world-renowned center of HIV clinical expertise, teaching, and research.

Participants from all across the University, including many from the UCSF Alliance Health Project, joined the UCSF delegation, which was organized by the UCSF LGBT Resource Center.

See more great photos from the 2017 parade.

Dhruv Kazi (left), MD, MS, an attending physician in cardiology, and Ashley McMullen, MD, a resident doctor, march as part of the UCSF contingent in the 2017 San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade on Sunday, June 25. Photo by Noah Berger.