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Emergency / Medical Services at San Francisco SFO Airport

Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) are located throughout SFO's terminals. Locations are marked by signage containing the AED symbol.
For emergency assistance, dial 911 from any Airport phone.
The SFO Medical Clinic offers travel and occupational medical services at the International Terminal Main Hall,  on Boarding Area A side at pre-security of Departures/Ticketing level. Tel: 650.821.5600.  For immunization, schedule an appointment at 650.821.5601

Harmony Pharmacy sells prescription and nonprescription medicines and personal care products. Terminal 3, Boarding Area F, at entrance to Gates 80-90, post-security. Open daily 6am-11pm. Tel: 650.821.1313

People With Special Needs / Persons With Disabilities

SFO is completely ADA-accessible, as well as its transportation system.

When making airline reservations, be sure to state your special needs, including wheelchair assistance.
Airline staff at Terminals 1, 2 & 3 can be approached at curbside and terminal check-in areas.
At International Terminal dial 16210 from marked phones at all terminal entry doors (or proceed to airline counter). 
Parking for persons with disabilities is available  in marked stalls in parking structures close to the terminals.
TTY phone services, accessible via coin & credit card, are located  on the Departures/ticketing  and the Arrivals/baggage claim levels of the International Terminal, & Terminals 1 & 3.

Helpful Tips For Airline Passengers

Being a providing hub for information about San Francisco Airport, iFly.com can help you get to, through, and between airports with ease. Here are some suggestions that can help you on your visit to the airport:

  • Seeking a place for religious prayer? Check here for location and hours.
  • Missing an item? Forget something at security? Please find the contact info for items lost in the airport here.
  • If you need money for your trip, you can find ATMs or currency exchangers in the terminal by checking here.
  • Are you an elite frequent flyer or traveling in business or first class, it is worth looking into where the airline lounges are located.
  • If you have a few minutes to spare before your flight leaves, why not grab a snack, sip a coffee, or take a look around the stores. See your options here.
  • Need a quick way to get to your destination from the terminals? Check out your public transportation options here.