Urgent Care walk in is open in the Jules Stein Building during this time and seeing TRULY URGENT patients. Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. They are limited in staff so patients may be turned away if capacity is reached. Faculty offices are open for patients with urgent problems and those who are in the postoperative phase of care. UCLA hospitals and clinics will remain open and fully operational; more information is available on UCLA Health’s website.
To protect you, other patients and our staff, visitors with fever, chills, cough, runny nose, sore throat or body aches should not visit at this time as they put you and our other patients at higher risk of infection. Add California COVID notify to your smart phone.vaccination progress dashboard. Please note that due to limited vaccine supply allocated by the state’s administrator, Blue Shield, we are not currently sending out many invitations. We encourage all patient’s to check the state’s My Turn website or their local public health department.
Los Angeles Magazine lists nearly two dozen Stein Eye Institute physicians as LA’s top doctors, based on the Profession Research Services survey. The names and practices of those who received the most nominations were crosschecked with the California Medical Board’s license profile database and the Department of Consumer Affairs to look for any major complaints or infractions.
UCLA’s global education program provides subspecialty training to ophthalmologists from throughout the world to further preserve and restore vision. Read more in the our latest edition of our EYE Magazine.
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