The Division of General Pediatrics provides primary care for children on a consultative or routine basis. Care is provided for infants, children, and adolescents from birth to 19 years of age. Children are seen by appointment. A member of the faculty group practice is available 24 hours a day for telephone consultations. In the event your patient is hospitalized at Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA, members of the General Pediatrics faculty are available, upon request, to case manage your patient. A designated faculty member will coordinate consultations and provide direct feedback and progress reports to the referring physician. For a list of our multiple locations, please visit the link below.
(310) 825-0867 Appointments
Primary Care physicians
- Adolescent Center - Teenagers from 12 to 19 years of age with medical, social, or emotional concerns are seen in the adolescent suite. Doctors and nurses with specialty training in adolescent medicine are available to provide primary care in addition to sports examinations and treatment of injuries, gynecologic evaluations, dermatology consultations, nutritional advice, birth-control counseling, and psychological counseling.
(310) 825-9346 Information and referral
(310) 825-0867 Appointment Center
(310) 825-6185 Pediatric Physician Relations Liaison
- Child Health Policy and Community Pediatrics - The Child Health Policy and Community Pediatrics Program conducts training, demonstration projects, and policy and analysis research on issues related to outcomes and effects on quality of care, health care finances, and the epidemiology of childhood health conditions including chronic disabling medical conditions and those that result from environmental risks. The program is actively engaged in developing new measurement tools for use with individuals, populations, and communities.
(310) 825-5996 Information and referral
(310) 312-9210 Fax Number
- Pediatrics Transition Care Program
The UCLA Med-Peds Transition Care Program helps children with chronic conditions make a smooth transition to adult healthcare.
- Nutrition - This service is provided to children with dietary problems, including those who have a poor diet, those on special diets , and those who are over- or underweight. Appointments are made with a nutritionist for an initial evaluation and ongoing consultation and management.
(310) 825-0867 Information