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International Relations Office

Welcome. Each year over 1000 patients travel to UCLA from other countries to seek care that medical experts agree is among the finest available in the world. Some come for our advanced treatment capabilities, while others seek the services of our Renowned Physicians. Patients receive unsurpassed medical care delivered with respect for their diverse cultures.

Our goal is to help international patients access services available at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, which range from coordinating special accommodations to arranging specialty care. We will assign an International Patient Coordinator to guide you through the process of becoming a patient at UCLA. The coordinator continues to serve as a representative throughout your stay with us. He or she can connect you to the Personalized Services you would expect from a world-class health system.

In order for the coordinator to have a good understanding of your medical needs, we require complete and current medical record information. This way, a coordinator can match your needs with the most appropriate specialist. Specialists review your medical records to help determine if we can offer a particular type of advanced or alternative treatment.

If you are interested in becoming a patient at UCLA, please review the detailed information provided within Become a Patient.

Again, WELCOME to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, considered one of America's Best Hospitals.

Please read our Patient Stories.


family on the beach -- Los Angeles, CAConveniently located on the Westside of Los Angeles, the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is close to many of the attractions that lure visitors to Southern California each year. It is about 15 miles (24 kilometers) from the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

Whether strolling on the beautiful beaches, shopping at the many specialty boutiques on Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive, visiting the world-famous Getty Center Museum, spending a day at Disneyland or Universal Studios, or simply relaxing and enjoying the good weather, you and your family can always find something pleasant to do.

Here are some Additional Resources for patients and visitors.


Contact Us

To initiate care, please call International Relations at +1 (310) 794-8759 and send your most recent medical record information by fax to +1 (310) 267-4810. You may also email us at: international@mednet.ucla.edu

International Relations Office
10920 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1800
Los Angeles, CA 90024