Both metered street parking and a parking lot (on 24th Street) are available. However, as space tends to be limited, please give yourself extra time to find parking.
Our Noe Valley doctor's office on 24th Street is between Sanchez and Vicksburg.
Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Mon - Fri: 8am - 11am, 12pm - 3pm
Saya enjoys guiding patients on their journeys toward optimal health. She collaborates with patients, helps them establish clear goals, and supports them in making healthy lifestyle choices. In her free time, she enjoys relaxing with a mug of hot tea and a good book. She stays healthy by hiking and practicing yoga. Saya also volunteers as a fitness instructor for a local senior center and as a nutritionist with Cooking Matters, an organization that helps families shop and cook healthy meals on a budget. After attending Drexel University College of Medicine, she completed her residency at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland. She is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Note: sees patients age 18 and older.
Maria is a compassionate provider who is dedicated to creating partnerships with patients, encouraging open dialogue, promoting education and accessibility, and creating an approachable environment for office visits. Maria is fluent in Spanish and happy to speak it with patients. Outside of work, Maria loves to get lost in books and movies, and enjoys an active and balanced lifestyle by practicing yoga, walking, and preparing healthy meals. Prior to One Medical, she spent 10 years as a medical director and family practice doctor for a community clinic in Santa Cruz. Maria attended the University of Washington and completed her residency at Santa Monica UCLA Family Medicine residency. She is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
East coast native Sarah K. Vensel entered the primary care field in order to get to know her patients, build lasting relationships, and partner with each individual in his or her care. One Medical Group appealed to Sarah because of the longer appointment times, easy accessibility for patients, and the level of collaboration between various types of providers within the practice. Sarah listens intently to each patient and believes every person has a unique history and lifestyle that contributes to his or her health concerns. She also believes there are multiple, valid ways to approach healthcare management. She prefers to work collaboratively with her patients in order to discover what is best suited for each person. She values a well-rounded approach and welcome discussions about medications, lifestyle changes, integrative medicine, as well as combinations of all three. She particularly enjoys working with patients to manage diabetes, hypertension, lipid disorders, and digestive disorders, as well as working with patients in areas of integrative medicine, LGBT care, lifestyle modification, and preventive health and education. To stay fit, Sarah enjoys hiking, biking, and strength training, and in her spare time she loves traveling, camping, taking road trips, or just kicking back in her hammock, reading a book. Sarah attended Albany Medical College and is NCCPA-certified.
Andrea enjoys working collaboratively with her patients, taking the time to get to know them and coming up with proactive plans to promote well-being and prevent disease. She has a strong interest in women’s health issues and pain management. Andrea received her master’s of science in nursing at the University of San Francisco and is board-certified in Family Medicine.
Drawing on her osteopathic and integrative medicine training, Leah provides patient-centered medical care in a holistic manner, including offering osteopathic manipulations. She treats patients with a compassionate and open-minded attitude and is particularly interested in managing a broad range of women's health issues from family planning to prenatal care. After studying nutrition and sociology at the University of Vermont, Leah went on to earn her DO from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and received additional training at the Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy. She completed her residency in urban family practice at Beth Israel Medical Center along with a fellowship in integrative medicine through a joint program with Andrew Weil's Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. She is certified through the American Board of Family Medicine.
Joanne brings extensive experience, expertise, and a profound interest in emergency medicine to her delivery of urgent care. She consistently invests in building rapport and trust with her patients and firmly believes in the positive impact that education and clear communication can have on their health. Joanne was awarded the Commendation Medal from the Department of Health and Human Services for her service in public health. She graduated first in her class from The F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences where she received her MD, and she completed her residency at the Madigan Army Medical Center. Passionate about opera, Joanne has been a physician for the San Francisco Opera for over ten years and also serves as the Lead Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Instructor at Stanford University. She is board-certified in Emergency Medicine.
Steve is an experienced family physician who is dedicated to providing compassionate, thorough and evidence-based care to members of our community. He is a clear communicator, skilled in providing preventive care as well as treating chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and sleep issues. After earning his MD from Northwestern University Medical School, Steve went on to complete an internship at Deaconess Medical Center, and he completed his residency in Family Practice at Rush University Medical Center and Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago. Prior to joining One Medical, he spent over a decade practicing in Seattle where he honed his skills in primary care and integrative medicine. Steve is certified through the American Board of Family Medicine. Note: sees patients age 18 and older.
San Francisco native Emily Sullivan loves getting to know her patients and building trusting relationships, which is why she appreciates One Medical Group’s longer appointment times. She enjoys the variety that primary care offers, and believes her laidback approach allows patients to truly open up to her. In her spare time, Emily enjoys running, taking care of her daughter, and remodeling her house. She attended Hofstra University in Long Island for her undergraduate education, UCSF for her nursing degree, and George Mason University for her nurse practitioner degree. She is Family Nurse Practitioner-Board Certified.
As a licensed clinical psychologist, Christine approaches patient care with empathy and a listening ear. She makes mental health care accessible to One Medical's patients, bringing a strong understanding of both the mental and physical aspects of health issues, including IBS, chronic pain, weight management, disordered eating, insomnia, anxiety, stress, and depression. She has a broad base of experience in clinical psychology and research, having taught in various academic settings and published articles in several academic journals. After earning her master's in sociology from Stanford, Christine coordinated clinical research studies at the Stanford School of Medicine. She went on to complete an additional master's in clinical psychology and received her PhD in clinical psychology from Loyola University Chicago. She completed residency and fellowship at the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center and the San Francisco VA Medical Center/UCSF Center for Excellence in Primary Care. Christine is a board-certified psychologist.