Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center delivers world-class medical treatment using cutting-edge technology in a compassionate, patient-focused environment. It is situated on four acres at the southwest corner of Westwood Plaza and Charles E. Young Drive South. The one million-plus square foot, 10-story structure (eight above ground) has 61 beds for short-term hospitalization and 520 large, sunny, private patient rooms. Maximum efficiency and flexibility of function is build into every patient room. Each has the capability to convert into an intensive care unit.
UCLA Medical Plaza 100, 200, 300 Buildings
Located next door to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, UCLA Medical Plaza consists of three buildings plus an adjacent parking structure. Most of the outpatient radiological services are hosted in the 100, 200 and 300 UCLA Medical Plaza buildings. Hence, UCLA Medical Plaza provides an outstanding source of training in outpatient radiology.
UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Located between UCLA Medical Center and the Pacific Ocean, this 315-bed facility exposed residents to both inpatient and outpatient settings and to the elevated standards of service and communication inherent to these environments. On a daily basis, residents interface with a full and diverse complement of general and subspecialty physicians. Approximately 7 faculty members interact with rotating residents on a regular basis.
West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Medical Center
The West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Medical Center is a tertiary referral center for the VA Healthcare system with over 700 beds and is located one mile from the UCLA Medical Center. The West Los Angeles VA Radiology Department performs over 80,000 diagnostic & interventional radiological procedures annually and has 11 full-time faculties.
Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
The core of this Los Angeles County hospital is a 250-bed acute care facility, located approximately 20 miles north of the UCLA Medical Center. Over 80,000 diagnostic and interventional radiological procedures are performed annually with 11 full-time faculties.
Children's Hospital Los Angeles Medical Center
Children's Hospital Los Angeles treats nearly 58,000 patients a year in its Emergency Department. It admits nearly 11,000 children a year to the hospital, and nearly 50% of those admissions are children under four years of age. There are more than 287,000 visits a year to its 29 outpatient clinics and laboratories; nearly 5,000 visits at community sites through its Division of Adolescent Medicine. Children's Hospital Los Angeles is able to offer the optimum in multidisciplinary care, with 33 pediatric subspecialties and dozens of special services for children and families.