Women face a special set of health needs. As primary care physicians, we are trained in many areas of women's health and can provide many of the same services as your gynecologist, which can help you reduce the number of doctors you see for routine issues. If your provider determines that you should see a specialist, he or she will refer you to the right specialist to match your specific needs.
Your primary care provider knows you best and can manage and treat most women’s health issues without the need for specialist visits
With our mobile app and 24/7 Virtual Medical Team, you can get treatment for common issues like UTIs and yeast infections without even needing an office visit
We are proud to offer same-day and next-day appointments that start on time, as well as easily accessible offices to make seeing a provider easy for you
In downtown San Francisco, our providers offer a wide range of women’s health services in-house, including prenatal care, non-surgical treatments for a variety of women’s health concerns, and common gynecological procedures. We have a close relationship with UCSF for both prenatal care and gynecology. One of UCSF’s specialists brings obstetrics and gynecology expertise to One Medical and is available to see patients by internal referral for more complex women’s health concerns. We also have great relationships with providers around the Bay Area, so we can provide referrals to leading specialists who we know and trust.
Our providers can help you with everything from Pap tests to guidance and counseling on birth control, breast cancer screening, and menopause. And of course we work closely with many of the best OB/GYN specialists in the area, should you ever need a referral.
To schedule a Pap test, get tested for STDs, discuss contraception options, ask questions about menopause, or address any other non-pregnancy-related women’s health needs, please book an appointment with your primary care provider. Your primary care provider (PCP) can assess if further care is needed and can refer you to one of our in-house women’s health experts or an outside specialist as necessary.
Please note that procedures and more complex consultations, including IUD insertions and removals, colposcopies, and prenatal care, need to be booked by a member of our administrative team, and some of these appointments are by internal referral only. If you’re not sure if you can book your appointment online, please feel free to give us a call at 415-523-6317. Our team is happy to help!
One Medical’s primary care providers are trained to manage many women’s health issues and answer common questions about topics such as preventative care, cancer screening, sexual health, aging, and pregnancy. Moreover, as your PCP, they understand your complete medical history and can approach your care from a broader perspective. And lastly, visiting your PCP is also frequently more cost and time effective than seeing a specialist. Of course, if you need to see a specialist, our providers will ensure that you get connected with the right person.
Learn more about how PCPs can more efficiently address many of your women’s health needs.
Ultimately, a family provider has a broad understanding of women’s health needs. Family doctors are trained in both obstetrics and gynecology, they can deliver babies and do most routine gynecological procedures. While most family doctors are not trained in cesarean sections, some may opt to receive additional training in this area.
The big difference is that OB/GYNs are trained in surgery (and are technically surgeons), so they can perform procedures like fibroid and cyst removals.
Absolutely! Feel free to submit a referral request to your provider through your online One Medical account. Your PCP will review your request and, if appropriate, can refer you directly to a specialist, bypassing the additional office visit.
Yes. We strive to create a safe, non-judgmental, and comfortable environment for all patients, regardless of gender and sexual identity. Some of our providers have particular interest and expertise in LGBT health. Feel free to read the bios on our website, or call and ask our administrative team for guidance when selecting your PCP. We’re happy to help you find the right provider.
"When you establish care with a PCP, you realize that you are not alone in your body. You finally have someone to help guide you through inevitable life changes, unexpected upsets and to support you in your health care goals. This person understands you and wants the best for your health."
Katie Wolf, PA-C
Meera, who grew up in the Bay Area, always puts the health and wellness of her patients first. She believes less is more when it comes to health care, preferring natural remedies and watchful waiting whenever possible. She carefully discusses all treatment options with her patients to help them achieve optimal health. Meera has volunteered her time providing medical services to victims of trafficking and sexual assault. She enjoys spending time with her family and finds balance by practicing yoga, running and reading. She attended the University of Vermont College of Medicine and completed her residency at George Washington University. Meera is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Note: sees patients age 18 and older.
Dedicated and kind, Longhang views office visits as opportunities to create partnerships with her patients and participate in their well-being. She studied neurobiology and ethnic studies at UC Berkeley and obtained a degree in English literature at Oxford before attending medical school at UCSF. She then completed her residency in internal medicine at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, where she later served as the Assistant Chief of Primary Care Medicine. Longhang is fluent in Spanish and Vietnamese and is board certified in Internal Medicine.
Note: sees patients age 18 and older.
Emily is a friendly, collaborative provider who aims to build strong relationships with each of her patients. She is interested in how social and cultural factors impact health and values a team-based approach to achieving wellness. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and stays healthy by swimming and dancing. After graduating from Brown Medical School, she completed her residency at the Swedish First Hill Family Medicine Residency Program. She is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Jennifer Wurz, PA-C
Given her adolescent and young adult medicine training, Stephanie Adrianse is particularly focused on caring for patients from age 14 - 40. She listens attentively to patients and collaborates with them on their care plans. Stephanie particularly enjoys treating conditions related to young women's health, including contraception and gynecology, mental health, teen health, and preventive health. To stay healthy, she loves walking, hiking, swimming, and eating plenty of fruits and vegetables. In her spare time, she loves traveling and reading, and she even credits two members of her book club for recommending she work at One Medical. She also volunteers with the Adolescent Health Working Group. Stephanie attended Rice University for her undergraduate education and University of Texas, Houston for medical school. She completed her internal medicine residency at Columbia University/Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, and completed the adolescent and young adult medicine fellowship at UCSF. She is ABIM-certified.
On extended leave, expected to return in August 2015.
Diana Coupard enjoys getting to know her patients over time, which is why she appreciates the relationships she’s able to form as a primary care provider. She believes One Medical Group has figured out how to put the patient and physician partnership back to the forefront of medicine, and she likes collaborating with patients to figure out which care plans work best for them. She values careful listening and her practice style is thorough, sensitive, and nurturing. Diana particularly enjoys treating issues involved in adolescent medicine and women’s health, and she believes in developing open, trusting relationships with patients that foster good communication. To stay healthy, Diana loves yoga, tennis, and hiking Mt. Tam with her dog. When she’s not in the office or keeping fit, she’s likely spending time with her three kids. Diana attended University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine and completed UCLA's General Internal Medicine residency and fellowship.
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.
Kyoko practices evidence-based medicine with an emphasis on empowering and encouraging her patients to take active roles in their health care. With expertise in women's health, including prenatal care, reproductive health, and menstrual disorders, she manages a broad range of health concerns. After receiving a master’s in public health from Boston University, Kyoko earned her medical degree from Temple University and completed her residency at University of Pennsylvania. She then went on to complete an obstetric fellowship at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center OB/GYN Residency in San Jose. Kyoko is board-certified in family medicine.