When you and your child arrive at the admissions office at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, you will be greeted by an admissions and registration counselor. To help the admissions process proceed as quickly and smoothly as possible, please bring:
Patient-owned medical equipment Patient-owned medical equipment necessary for providing patient care may be brought to the medical center only if:
If the patient meets one or both of the above criteria, the patient-owned equipment will be considered acceptable for use in the medical center, provided that:
Valuables, such as watches, jewelry and cash, should remain at home. If family members are not present to take your or your child’s valuables home, the items will be secured in the cashier’s safe. You will receive a receipt for any items stored in the safe. The medical center is unable to reimburse lost valuables other than those kept in the cashier’s safe.
If your child’s physician asks you to bring your child’s medications, or if your child is on an investigational drug that is not widely available, these medications will be secured in our pharmacy for safekeeping. In these cases, please notify your child’s nurse upon admission and they will assist you in safely storing the medications. You will receive a receipt for any medications placed in the pharmacy.
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