The UCLA Neurocritical Care Program's mission is to provide the highest quality critical care to patients with life-threatening neurologic disease, today, while building the tools, through research and education, that will enable future generations to cure these devastating diseases, tomorrow.
Neuro ICU Family Guide (click for details): At UCLA, we understand the needs of family members during critical illness. We have designed an open visitation policy, frequent physician updates, and a transparent policy that empowers families during this difficult time.
Our 24-bed Neurocritical Care Unit is designed to care of very sick patients. We accept transfers from our neighbor hospitals, as well as remote sites. Our transfer call center is manned 24/7 and can connect your doctors with critical care doctors to discuss your family member's condition.
February 01, 2018 to February 02, 2018
Neuroscience Research Building Auditorium (NRB)
Los Angeles, California
This is a two-day conference designed to discuss innovative strategies and controversies for the treatment of critically ill patients with trauma, sepsis, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), and brain injuries in the ICU of the future. We will provide updates on the fundamentals, but explore state-of-the-art controversies and late-breaking results from ongoing studies.
UCLA Neurocritical Care features a emergency response hypothermia consultation service for patients who have had cardiac arrest. We can provide hypothermia treatment at UCLA or provide consultation services to other facilities for patients with cardiac arrest. We feature advanced surface and vascular-based cooling catheters for rapid induction of hypothermia. Call 310-825-6301 for the on-call neurointensivist for details.
UCLA offers a UCNS Accredited two-year fellowship in neurocritical care