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Office1001 Potrero Ave
San Francisco, CA 94110Phone+1 415-206-8317Fax+1 415-206-8965
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- Dr. Elizabeth Imbert, MD is an internist in San Francisco, California. She is currently licensed to practice medicine in California. She is affiliated with Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center and is a Resident Physician at UCSF School of Medicine.
Education & Training
- University of California (San Francisco)Residency, Internal Medicine, 2012 - 2015
- Albert Einstein College of MedicineClass of 2012
Certifications & Licensure
- CA State Medical License 2014 - 2023
Publications & Presentations
- 11 citationsCOVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Acceptability Among Homeless-Experienced Adults: Qualitative Data from Two Samples.Kelly R. Knight, Michael R. Duke, Caitlin A. Carey, Graham Pruss, Cheyenne M. Garcia, Marguerita Lightfoot, Elizabeth Imbert, Margot Kushel> ;Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2021 Oct 26
- 5 citationsUsing a "Big Events" framework to understand emergency department use among women experiencing homelessness or housing instability in San Francisco during the COVID-19...Elise D. Riley, Maria C. Raven, Samantha E. Dilworth, Carl Braun, Elizabeth Imbert, Kelly M. Doran> ;International Journal of Drug Policy. 2021 Aug 3
- 6 citationsEvaluation of the POP-UP programme: a multicomponent model of care for people living with HIV with homelessness or unstable housing.Elizabeth Imbert, Matthew D. Hickey, Angelo Clemenzi-Allen, Elizabeth Lynch, John Friend, Jackelyn Kelley, Madellena Conte, Doyel Das, Jan Bing Del Rosario, Erin Colli...> ;AIDS. 2021 Jul 1
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- Where HIV Treatment Is Failing the Homeless in San Francisco, A New Clinic Steps InMarch 18th, 2019
- Homeless People with HIV Can Benefit from Person-Centred CareJuly 12th, 2020
- Improving Outcomes for Homeless People with HIV and Hepatitis CJune 23rd, 2021
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- Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma CenterSan Francisco, California