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Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center - Unit & Floor Information

The resources below provide unit-specific information unique to each floor in Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center to help our patients and visitors know what to expect during their stay.

Pediatrics Unit  

Acute Care Pediatrics Unit (3F Peds/5 West) | Read in Spanish

3F Peds Main Phone: (310) 267-7320
5W Main Phone: (310) 267-7530

We understand that this is a very difficult time for both you and your child. Rest assured that all of your child’s medical needs will be met by our staff towards a successful recovery. Please remember to take care of yourself. We understand that when children are in our unit, they need their families close by for support, comfort and encouragement. That’s why parents/legal guardians are always welcome.

Cardiac Observation Unit

Cardiac Observation Unit (7 North COU)

(310) 267-7760
Our 13-bed unit provides comprehensive cardiac care to individuals with congestive heart failure, cardiomyopathy, pre- and post-cardiac procedures, dysrhythmias, and individuals awaiting heart transplants.

7 ICU  

Cardiothoracic Intensive Care (7 ICU) | Read in Spanish

(310) 267-7740
Our 7 ICU provides care for patients requiring surgical treatment for cardiac and pulmonary diseases, including transplantation.

7 North CCU  

Coronary Care Intensive Care Unit (7 North CCU)

(310) 267-7765
Our 12-bed intensive care unit provides complex cardiac are to patients with multiple cardiac complications, such as myocardial infarctions, congestive heart failure, congenital heart defects, cardiomyopathies, dysrhythmias, patients waiting for heart transplants, post-heart transplant patients in acute rejection and many other specialized cardiac monitoring and procedures.

Discharge Lounge  

Emergency Department

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center: (310) 825-2111
UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica: (310) 319-4000

If hospitalization is required UCLA Health includes four hospitals on two campuses:


  • Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
  • Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA
  • Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA

Santa Monica:

  • UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Fetal Diagnostics  

Fetal Diagnostics Unit

(310) 267-7550

The Fetal Diagnostics Unit provides a range of antepartum diagnostic services, including biophysical profiles and amniocentesis. The most common tests performed are the non-stress fetal-heart-rate test (NST) and measurement of the amniotic fluid index (AFI). Procedures are performed by a nurse who specializes in fetal testing.

Gonda Observation Unit  

Gonda Diagnostic, Observation and Treatment (GOU)

(310) 267-9523

The GONDA Diagnostic, Observation and Treatment Unit (GOU) at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is a special short-stay unit for patients requiring observation for a specific symptom.

Hematology and Stem Cell Transplant Unit  

Hematology and Stem Cell Transplant Unit (6 East)

(310) 267-7610
A team of board-certified physicians and nurses operates our 26-bed Hematology and Stem Cell Transplant Unit, providing comprehensive care to individuals with leukemia, lymphoma and other hematologic malignancies.



Infant Security  

Infant Security — Perinatal Unit | Read in Spanish

(310) 267-7560  Labor and Delivery
(310) 267-7510  Maternity Unit

In addition to ensuring that you and your newborn receive the best medical care possible, UCLA Health diligently enforces strict security measures to protect your baby’s physical safety from unlikely events such as abduction.



 Medical ICU IL2  

Interleukin2 Medical Intensive Care Unit (4MICU)

(310) 267-7441
The Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) cares for critically ill patients in an intensive care environment, with nursing staff specially trained in the administration of Interleukin 2 therapy.

8 North  

Liver Transplant Service (8 North)

(310) 267-7860
8 North is a medical-surgical unit that provides care to adolescent, adult and geriatric patients. We specialize in the care of patients with liver or hepatobiliary diseases and/or those who are awaiting or have undergone a liver resection or a liver, small bowel, pancreas, or kidney transplant.

Maddies Room  

Maddie's Room (Surgical Waiting Area)  | Read in Spanish

It is our goal at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center to provide outstanding service to our patients, their families and visitors. As part of that commitment, we are pleased to offer you this bright and comfortable space to wait while your loved one is in surgery or undergoing an interventional procedure.

4 MICU  

Medical Intensive Care Unit (4 MICU)

(310) 267-7440

Thank you for trusting us with your loved one’s healthcare. The Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) is committed to providing excellent patient-centered care with teamwork and compassion.

Medical-Surgical Specialty  

Medical-Surgical Specialty Unit (6 West)

(310) 267-7630
6 West is a medical-surgical unit that provides specialized care to adult patients who require post-operative care following vascular, reconstructive plastic or orthopaedic surgery. Our 20-bed unit is also the only inpatient facility at the hospital where patients can receive state-of-the-art seizure monitoring. We use cutting-edge medical science, nursing and technology in a compassionate environment to provide patients with high-quality acute care around the clock.

4 MICU  

Medical Telemetry Unit (7E/5EMS)

7East: (310) 267-7710
5EMS: (310) 267-7515
Our mission in the Medical Telemetry Unit is to utilize and engage all available resources to provide the best possible care to our patients and families. Our 7 East 26-bed unit and 5EMS 13-bed unit provide complex medical care to our patients with multiple medical conditions, including renal and liver disease, respiratory and cardiac disease, and diabetes.

We are committed to providing a caring and healing environment by establishing a partnership between patients, families and caregivers. This brochure will inform you about the services and key personnel in our unit.

1 West  

Neurological Rehabilitation and Research Unit (1 West)

(310) 794-6556
The Neurological Rehabilitation and Research Unit, also called 1 West, is an 11-bed inpatient, acute rehab unit that specializes in patients with a neurological injury, surgery or illness.

6 North  

Neuroscience and Stroke Unit (6 North)

(310) 267-7660
The 26-bed Neuroscience and Stroke Unit provides comprehensive care to individuals with neurological symptoms associated with stroke, neurological diseases, and postneurosurgical intervention for neurological and cardiac observation.

6 North  

Neuroscience/Trauma Intensive Care Unit (6ICU) | Read in Spanish

(310) 267-7641
Our 6ICU is a 24-bed facility organized according to guidelines established by the Society of Critical Care Medicine. It is operated by a team of board-certified physicians and nurses. UCLA is a recognized leader in the field of neurointensive care.


Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)

(310) 267-7540
The staff in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA understands that this is a very difficult time for both you and your child. Rest assured that all of your child's medical needs will be met by our staff. We understand that when children are in the PICU, they need their families close by for support, comfort and encouragement. That's why parents/legal guardians are always welcome. Child Life Specialists are also available to help your child cope with his or her stay.

Perinatal Testing Unit  

Perinatal Testing Unit

(424) 259-8297
Our Perinatal Testing Unit provides outpatient fetal diagnostic tests to help referring physicians determine your baby’s well-being. Registered nurses who specialize in fetal testing and have labor and delivery experience perform these tests. Our professional registered nurses are committed to meeting the needs of patients and their families and work in partnership with physicians, support staff and the entire healthcare team to provide you with compassionate, patient-centered care.


Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU)

(310) 267-8693
After surgery, you will be transported to the Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) to monitor vital signs (blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, respiratory rate, and pain). You will probably feel sleepy and confused due to the effects of the anesthesia and pain medications. The PACU nurse will be in constant watch until the effects of anesthesia diminishes. Patients typically remain in the recovery room for approximately two hours, although this time can vary from patient to patient due to their condition and bed availability.

Surgical Observation Unit  

Surgical Observation Unit (SOU)

(310) 267-9880

The Surgical Observation Unit (SOU) is a specialized area designed for patients to receive additional post-operative or post-procedural care, with stays ranging from one to 24 hours. Whether you have had a surgical operation, a cardiac catheterization or other cardiac interventional procedure, or an interventional radiological procedure, our staff is trained and ready to assist you in the important first hours after your surgery or procedure to start you on your way to a successful recovery.

Surgical Unit  

Surgical Unit (8 East and 8 West)

(310) 267-7810 8 East
(310) 267-7830 8 West
Our 52-bed unit provides specialized care for adult surgical patients. We will do everything we can to make your stay as comfortable as possible by providing personalized care in a healing, community-oriented environment with a multidisciplinary healthcare team committed to providing exceptional patient care.

Surgical Unit  

Transplant Surgical Intensive Care Unit (8ICU)

West ICU (Rooms 8411–8433): (310) 267-7840
East ICU (Rooms 8435–8457): (310) 267-7841
The 8ICU provides care for patients requiring hand and organ transplantation, such as liver, kidney, pancreas, simultaneous kidney/pancreas and small bowel. We also provide care for patients requiring head and neck, vascular, urological, plastic and general surgery.