It's now easier than ever to refer your patients to services at UCLA Health. No matter where you're located, our referral team will provide you with the personalized help you and your patients require, with just a phone call, fax or e-mail.
Patient referrals made easy. Our partnership with health professionals in the community is key to our success at UCLA Health. It is our goal to assist you with referring a patient to UCLA and getting access to our continuing medical education program. Referral team members are available to assist referring physicians and case managers access services at UCLA Health by calling the Physician to Physician Access Line (P2P) at 1-844-4UCLADR (844-482-5237).
Doctors and nurses can speak directly with our representatives and/or ask to speak to one of our nurses for medical related questions. Or, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and our representatives will respond.
Quick turn around time. When doctors fax a patient referral to (310) 301-5391, the physician referral representiatives will call your patient the same day or by the following morning to coordinate a referral.
If you are a referring physician and would like to add or update your information in our database, please contact Referring Physician Database Support by email at RPDS@mednet.ucla.edu.
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