Altogether, 40 ambulances will be involved in the big move, which started at 7 a.m. Sunday.
The $1.5 billion medical center consists of three hospitals. One is for children, another for women, and a third specializes in cancer patients.
Our nurses made special name banners to welcome each baby to our new intensive care nursery! pic.twitter.com/OzTJL56ku5— UCSF Benioff SF (@UCSFChildrens) February 1, 2015
Salesforce.com founder Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne donated $100 million for the hospital that now bears their name, but he says the entire tech community contributed.
"Whether it was giving money, designing technology, creating a patient solution," he said.
On Sunday, Benioff tweeted updates with photos of patients on the move.
Anniston (and her doll) have arrived at our new hospital! pic.twitter.com/JkjXnhiszz— UCSF Benioff SF (@UCSFChildrens) February 1, 2015
He also thanked San Francisco police for providing escorts to the new facility.