UCLA Health gives in-patient units at international hospitals the opportunity for direct video consultation with clinical experts at UCLA Ronald Reagan Hospital, one of the world's leading tertiary/quaternary centers.
UCLA Health physicians are available to provide collaborative care recommendations to English-speaking physicians via video-conference within 24 hours. The following are participating in-patient units:
For over 20 consecutive years, U.S. News & World Report has recognized UCLA Neurosurgery as one of the top neurosurgery programs in the nation.
At UCLA Health, you’ll find doctors who understand the finest details of the neurological system and offer you the most advanced paths to healing. Our neurosurgeons are committed to providing innovative diagnostic and treatment services for complex problems of the brain and nervous system. We care for people affected by a range of neurological conditions, including brain tumors, movement disorders, epilepsy, and aneurysms.
The physicians of UCLA Neurosurgery are pleased to discuss prospective referrals and to assist with the proper selection of a specialist. To learn more about our neurosurgery program.
An organ transplant offers great promise for a longer or fuller life after the disease has damaged an organ beyond repair. At UCLA Health, we offer world-class heart, liver, lung, cornea, bone marrow, and kidney transplant services — for patients facing some of the most complex situations.
People regularly cross borders and bodies of water to seek out our transplant team’s renowned expertise. We cater to the needs of people from diverse cultures, and we are committed to partnering with you on your journey to a new life after organ transplantation. To learn more about our transplant program.
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center provides state-of-the-art facilities to support the evaluation and treatment of organ transplant patients, with dedicated inpatient units and operating suites. UCLA Medical Plaza is a modern, full-service outpatient facility that provides clinical follow-up care for transplant recipients. An experienced staff dedicated to transplantation offers expert patient service from pre-admission counseling to post-transplant outpatient care.
For decades, people have turned to UCLA cardiologists and heart surgeons for our outstanding heart care for adults and children. U.S. News & World Report has rated our program among the top in the nation for cardiology and heart surgery.
Our renowned cardiologists treat heart and vascular disease using some of the most advanced cardiac treatments, such as minimally invasive heart surgery and heart transplant.
By working closely with other UCLA specialists, our patients consistently receive exceptional cardiac care. Our world-renowned cardiology care results in improved treatment outcomes and better quality of life for thousands of patients. To learn more about our cardiology program.
The UCLA Critical Care Center is a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, scientists and other health care providers that span the spectrum of medical specialties whose mission it is to enhance the clinical excellence, research, and education of treatments for the critically ill. We encompass the many diverse backgrounds of clinicians that come together to seek new knowledge and discovery of treatments for patients who have critical illnesses.
The Division of General Pediatrics emphasizes outstanding clinical care for patients across socioeconomic backgrounds and levels of medical complexity, cutting-edge health services research, and training of future academic leaders in the field of general pediatrics.
The UCLA Pediatric Surgeons are devoted to the surgical care of infants and children with birth defects and acquired illnesses. Working closely with primary care pediatricians, family physicians, and pediatric specialists, UCLA pediatric surgeons treat a wide variety of clinical problems in neonatology, gastroenterology, oncology, nephrology, non-cardiac thoracic surgery, and several other specialty areas. Our pediatric surgeons have extensive experience with the most complex of surgical procedures in children and are involved with cutting-edge research protocols. New technologies for minimally invasive laparoscopic and thoracoscopic surgery for infants and children are practiced routinely. The faculty also provide pediatric surgical support for the Pediatric Trauma Center at the UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital. Expecting parents can also make prenatal consults with the UCLA pediatric surgeons for known fetal anomalies through our UCLA Fetal Care Center.
UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital is a busy regional and international referral center for critically ill infants and children who require our pediatric surgical care. The hospital boasts state-of-the-art facilities, including the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and has an extensive array of pediatric subspecialists available. At all times, pediatric surgical patients are treated by personnel dedicated to the care of children. The private hospital rooms are designed such that parents can stay with their child in comfort while in the hospital. Special play areas and child-life specialists are available to provide a non-threatening and playful atmosphere for children during their stay. On the other hand, more routine procedures (e.g., hernias) can be treated frequently with a brief outpatient surgery at the UCLA Ambulatory Surgery Center.
A Child Life Specialist is available to consult with children admitted to UCLA. These professionals are an essential part of the healthcare team and work with pediatric patients to help them cope with their illness and hospitalization. They provide accurate and age-appropriate information to the patient and parents, identify potential sources of stress, and plan and practice coping strategies. Child Life Specialists also provide valuable information about developmental and psychosocial issues to the child's medical team.
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