Lactation Accommodation Program
Register for UC San Francisco’s Lactation Accommodation Program, find lactation rooms on campus, and find lactation support services.
The UC San Francisco Lactation Accommodation Program is dedicated to helping lactating persons continue to comfortably provide milk after returning to work or school. Whether its access to clean, comfortable, private lactation rooms on campus, information on your lactation rights, policies and support services, or discounts on lactation supplies, find it here.
New! The Lactation Accommodation Program and the Department of Medicine has partnered to offer Dual Use Call Rooms/Lactation Rooms located at 505 Parnassus Avenue. Learn more here. Visit the Lactation Room page for the list of rooms.
New! UCSF Health Ambulatory Providers are eligible for Lactation wRVU credits. Learn more here.
Planning Your Return
Step 1: Locate lactation rooms by visiting our Lactation Room Page. Prepare your visits by locating 1-2 lactation rooms per campus. Please read access details and follow any instructions provided.
Step 2: Register for the Lactation Accommodation Program. Your sign-up helps us report program participation, and enables us to keep you informed of program changes and updates. Register >>>
Step 3: Some lactation rooms require reservations. Please visit the reservation page to find out if your preferred room requires reservations, and sign up for the EMS Scheduling System.
Step 4: Pick-up a free milk storage cooler bag from 3 different locations. Learn more>>>
Step 5: Pack like a pro! All of our lactation rooms are provided with an Ameda Elite hospital grade pump. Please note that Ameda Elite pumps are only compatible with Ameda products, such as the Ameda HygieniKit. Get info on obtaining Ameda or Medela collection kit systems at select UCSF campus locations here.
Supervisors and Managers
Visit the Policies and Information page to understand the value of supporting employees who are continuing to provide human milk, and how you play a roll in creating a more positive experience.
Caroline Wick, Lactation Program Coordinator