The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Emergency Department (ED) is a comprehensive emergency facility staffed to provide 24-hour response to the emergency care needs of the community.
The ED provides care to over 50,000 patients per year and is a Level 1 Trauma Center and a Pediatric Critical Care Center. We are also a designated Stroke and STEMI receiving center.
- 41 bed ED
- 2 trauma rooms
- 24/7 valet parking
- Level 1 Trauma Center
- Pediatric Critical Care Center
- Stroke Receiving Center
- STEMI (heart attack) receiving center
- Board certified emergency physicians
- Emergency and Trauma trained nursing staff
What to Expect:
Immediately upon arrival you will check-in at the registration counter. Once registration is complete, you will first see a nurse who will conduct an initial evaluation known as triage. This means that each patient is evaluated to determine the level of medical emergency. This allows us to keep every patient’s wait time as short as possible, as well as provide prompt appropriate care to all patients. After triage is complete, you will be brought to a patient room or asked to take a seat in the waiting room until a room is ready. If your condition changes while you are in the waiting room, please notify the triage nurse immediately. https://www.uclahealth.org/emergency-department/for-patients
757 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095
For hospital information, you can call the main operator at (310) 825-9111.