Dr. David T. Feinberg

Dr. David T. Feinberg is the President of UCLA Health System and Chief Executive Officer for the UCLA Hospital System

Dr. David T. Feinberg - Associate Vice Chancellor and CEO for the UCLA Hospital SystemDavid T. Feinberg, M.D., M.B.A.
President, UCLA Health System
Chief Executive Officer, UCLA Hospital System
Associate Vice Chancellor, UCLA Health Sciences

Dr. David T. Feinberg has been CEO of UCLA's hospitals and associate vice chancellor of UCLA Health Sciences since 2007. In July 2011, he assumed the position of president of UCLA Health System, overseeing its four hospitals - Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA and Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA and UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica - and the UCLA Faculty Practice Group. Each year, UCLA's hospitals treat more than 40,000 patients, and 1.5 million patients are seen in UCLA's 150 community offices. Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica, are ranked No. 5 in the nation by U.S.News & World Report, and Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center has been ranked "Best in the West" for 25 consecutive years.

Modern Healthcare named him among the "50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders" in the United States for 2014. Dr. Feinberg is a clinical professor of psychiatry in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

Along with his dedication to upholding the highest clinical standards for patient care and safety, Dr. Feinberg is committed to enhancing the patient experience. Under his leadership, patient-satisfaction scores have reached the 99th percentile in many areas.

More on Dr. Feinberg

To Serve Patients is our Greatest Privilege - 2014
Patient Experience Journal: Vol. 1. Iss.2, Article 2

Healing Humankind One Patient at a Time - April 2012
In this Institute of Medicine commentary, David Feinberg, Molly Coye, and Eugene Washington's discussion of work at UCLA to transform the care culture touches on several issues and lessons central to the delivery of care that is effective, efficient, and continuously improving. Learn more about the set of six communications behaviors that we refer to as CICARE.

Partners in Care Foundation - February 2012
Dr. Feinberg was awarded the 2012 Mathies Award for Vision & Excellence in Health Care Leadership

Interview with Dr. Feinberg on Healthcare Reform - August 2011
KNX Radio - Interview: Dr. David Feinberg (mp3)

TEDx Conference - May 2011
Dr. Feinberg talks about healing one patient at time


Leaders on Leadership
UCLA Anderson School of Management - interview with Dr. Feinberg


Prescription for Excellence: Leadership Lessons for Creating a World-Class Customer Experience from UCLA Health - May 2011
Read the book - www.uclahealth.org/excellence


UCLA Hospital System CEO's prescription for success: Put patients first - May 2011
Los Angeles Times - http://articles.latimes.com/2011/may/13/business/la-fi-hospital-ceo-20110513

Becker's Hospital Review - September 2010
Dr. Feinberg was named to 256 Hospital and Healthcare Industry Leaders to Know

Becker's Hospital Review - April 2010
Dr. Feinberg was named as 60 Physician Leaders of Hospitals and Health Systems

March of Dimes March for Babies
Dr. Feinberg was the chair for the 2010 Los Angeles Division March of Dimes March for Babies. Premature birth is the leading cause of newborn death and many lifelong disabilities. You can help the March of Dimes fight prematurity by taking steps in March for Babies. Join Dr. Feinberg on Saturday, April 24, 2010 at Exposition Park for the March of Dimes March for Babies.

Becker's Hospital Review - January 2010
Dr. Feinberg is included on Becker's Hospital Review's annual list of
30 of the Best Physician Leaders of Hospitals and Health Systems

Becker's Hospital Review - November 2009
CEO Spotlight: Q & A with Dr. David Feinberg of UCLA Hospital System

UCLA Medicine Magazine - Spring 2009
Conversation: Dr. David T. Feinberg

Smart Business Los Angeles - February 2008
Cultural Revolution - How David T. Feinberg leads the charge for a better culture at UCLA Hospital System