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General UCLA Physician Practice Information

What is UCLA Health System?
What is the UCLA Medical Group?
How do I get directions to UCLA?
How can I obtain my medical records?

 

What is UCLA Health System?


Comprised of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center and Orthopaedic Hospital, Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA, Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA, and the UCLA Medical Group with its wide-reaching system of primary-care and specialty-care offices throughout the region, UCLA Health System is among the most comprehensive and advanced healthcare systems in the world.


What is the UCLA Medical Group?


The UCLA Medical Group is the contracting entity for the UCLA Faculty Group practice, Clinical Affiliate practitioners and other providers in the community who have agreed to contract with us. The UCLA Medical Group contracts with HMO's and PPO's to provide health care services for their members. We also contract with other medical groups and IPA's throughout Southern California for UCLA specialists to provide tertiary care services to their referred patients.


How do I get directions to UCLA?


Visit our MAPS page for directions and parking information. For general parking questions you can also call (310) 206-PARK.


How can I obtain my medical records?


Send a written authorization request to have your medical records copied to:
UCLA Health System
UCLA Health Information Management Services
10833 Le Conte Ave., CHS - Suite BH265 - 177620
Los Angeles, CA 90095

You may also fax your request to: (310) 825-3356
For General Phone Inquiries during business hours (M - F 8:00am-4:30pm): (310) 825-6022
For General Phone Inquiries after business hours and on weekends (4:30pm-8:00am): (310) 825-6021 (voicemail)

UCLA Medical Group patients seen by UCLA Medical Group providers in private practice will need to contact those offices directly to obtain their medical records.