Current staffing by campus
Pacific Campus: 24 FTEs
Davies/Cal Campus: 14 FTEs
Mission Bernal Campus: 8 FTEs
Novato Campus: 5 FTEs
Santa Rosa Campus: 9 FTEs
Unique Hospitalist program culture
Recruitment of high-level graduates from UCSF, Johns Hopkins and CPMC residency programs, with varied backgrounds and different levels of experience
Languages spoken: Spanish, Japanese, French, Romanian, Mandarin, German, Taiwanese, Cantonese
Emphasis on quality and cost-effective care
High level of teamwork and camaraderie
Active member involvement in ongoing program improvement
Sense of ownership of Hospitalist program amongst members
Long-term Hospitalist retention
Minimal staff turnover since program's inception
Excellent morale and teamwork
Outstanding role models for resident trainees
CPMC Mission Bernal Campus, 3555 Cesar Chavez St., San Francisco 94110.
Mission Bernal Hospital is located at 3555 Cesar Chavez Street at the corner of Valencia Street. A parking lot is available at around the corner on San Jose Avenue.
Daniel Ames, M.D. graduated from University of Washington with a bachelor degree in Biochemistry and a minor in Biology. During his time in undergrad, Dr. Ames went on a medical mission in Guatemala for an organization called Hearts in Motion, whose mission is to provide care and medical treatment to communities. Dr. Ames also volunteered in the Emergency Department at Seattle Children’s Hospital. In 2012, Dr. Ames graduated with his medical degree from the University Of Washington School Of Medicine. In 2015, Dr. Ames completed his residency in Internal Medicine at California Pacific Medical Center. He currently works as an overnight hospitalist at the skilled nursing facility at CPMC and serves on the ACP Doctor’s Dilemma Team and the CPMC Curriculum Committee. In February 2015, Dr. Ames traveled to Haiti to Albert Schweitzer Hospital for a new global health elective to serve and assist in medical care. Dr. Daniel Ames hobbies include traveling and is an avid soccer fan, player and coach. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine.
Gabriella Bartos, M.D. received her medical degree from Semmelweis University and completed her residency at Highland Hospital. Dr. Bartos is Board Eligible in Internal Medicine.
Jessica Evert, M.D. graduated from Ohio State University with recognition in public health and health equity. She completed residency at University of California, San Francisco and the Global Health Clinical Scholars track and Medical Education fellowship. She has worked as a hospitalist for 10 years and achieved special recognition in Hospital Medicine. Dr. Evert is also Board Certified in Palliative Care and Hospice. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCSF in the Department of Family and Community Medicine and has received the Christopher Krogh Award for commitment to underserved care domestically and internationally. Dr. Evert is a leading scholar in Global Health Education and resource-conscious care having authored multiple books, chapters, and articles.
Lauren Friedly, M.D. graduated from Stanford University in 1990 with an A.B in Human Biology. She received her Doctor of Medicine in 2000 from the University of California, San Francisco. She then completed her residency program at CPMC in 2004 and continued as Chief Resident in 2005. Dr. Friedly has been a hospitalist since 2005 working as a Subspecialty Hospitalist at CPMC and as a Hospitalist at Marin General Hospital. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine.
Claudio Gallina, M.D. graduated from Santa Clara University in 1990 with a B.S. in Biology. He later attended Louisiana State University where he obtained a M.S. in Molecular Biology in 1993. He graduated from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in 1999. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine from the University of California San Francisco-Fresno in 2002. Dr. Gallina has been a hospitalist at St. Luke's Hospital since 2003. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine.
Dan Goodman, M.D. is well known within CPMC and St. Luke’s Hospital where he has been an Infectious Disease Consultant since 2003. He graduated from Amherst College in 1993 with a B.A in Political Science. He attended the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine receiving his Doctor of Medicine in 1997. He then completed his residency in Internal Medicine at University of Vermont, Fletcher Allen Health Care Center in 2000. Afterwards, he completed a Fellowship in Medicine and Infectious Disease in 2002 at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Joan and Sanford Weil Medical College. Dr. Goodman is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease.
Casey Jackson, M.D. received his B.A in Integrative Biology from the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. He then attended Georgetown University of Medicine graduating in 2003. He completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at California Pacific Medical Center 2006. Dr. Jackson is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. Prior to joining our team at St.Luke’s Hospitals, Dr Jackson practiced medicine at the Health Loop in Memphis Tennessee.
Elaine Toy, M.D. graduated from University of California, Berkeley with a B.A in Molecular and Cell Biology in 1998. She then attended Ohio State University School of Medicine where she graduated from Medical School in 2003. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine in 2006 at the University of California, Davies. Since her graduation from residency, Dt. Toys has worked as a Hospitalist at Kaiser Permanente, UCSF and North Bay Hospital. Dr. Toy is Board Certified in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Wendy Tseng graduated from University of California Los Angeles with a combined B.S. and M.S. in Physiological Science. She received her medical degree from University of California San Francisco and completed her residency at Oregon Health & Science University. She has worked on issues of homelessness, intimate partner violence, and completed a global health rotation in Botswana. Dr. Tseng is Board Certified in Internal Medicine.