Curfews close some clinics; protest activity may delay patient travel times

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Clinic operations status update
June 4th, 9:00 am

UCLA Health continues to closely monitor developments related to civil unrest and curfews.

Operating hours at a small number of community clinics and travel times may be intermittently affected. Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and the Medical Plaza complex in Westwood, as well as UCLA Health - Santa Monica Medical Center, remain open. UCLA Health encourages patients to contact their medical office with questions about appointments and visit individual clinic websites.

Travel for the purpose of receiving medical care is permissible under curfew orders. If your appointment is in a jurisdiction where a curfew exists, please carry a printed verification of the appointment and photo identification.

UCLA Health COVID-19 testing sites are open; while operating hours may be impacted by curfews, UCLA intends to continue testing.

We are committed to providing high-quality patient care for our community.

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Clinic operations status update
June 3, 2020, 12:35 pm

For clinics in Beverly Hills, we have received an exemption to remain open during the curfew.

For clinics in Santa Monica, we have requested and anticipate receiving an exemption and remaining open.

The clinic inside Westfield Century City Mall remains closed.

UCLA Health encourages patients to contact their medical office with questions about appointments. If your appointment is in a jurisdiction where a curfew exists, please carry a printed verification of the appointment and photo identification.

UCLA Health continues to closely monitor developments related to civil unrest and curfews and proactively contact patients with appointments.

UCLA Health COVID-19 testing sites are open; while operating hours may be impacted by curfews, UCLA intends to continue testing.

We are committed to providing high-quality patient care for our community.

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Some clinics re-open following curfews
June 2, 2020, 10:52 am

UCLA Health clinics in Santa Monica and The Village at Westfield Topanga in Woodland Hills have resumed normal operating hours.

The clinic inside Westfield Century City Mall remains closed.

The following clinics are scheduled to close early to comply with curfews.

  • Beverly Hills (12:30 pm)

Patients with appointments are being offered telehealth visits or re-scheduled in-person visits.

UCLA Health continues to closely monitor developments related to civil unrest.

We encourage patients to contact their medical office with questions about appointments.

UCLA Health COVID-19 testing sites are open; while operating hours may be impacted by curfews, UCLA intends to continue testing. 

We are committed to providing high-quality patient care for our community.

Media Relations
310-267-7022
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June 1, 2020, 10:00 am

UCLA Health has received information that there may be protest activity starting at 2 pm on June 1 outside the Federal Building at Wilshire and Veteran. This may cause traffic congestion and delay travel times to UCLA Health facilities in Westwood and Brentwood.

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and the Medical Plaza complex in Westwood are open.

Due to city- and county-imposed curfews, various clinics closed early:

  • Beverly Hills (12:30 pm)
  • Brentwood (4 pm)
  • All Santa Monica clinics (4 pm)
  • Mall-based clinics in Woodlands Hills and Century City are closed

UCLA testing sites are open and while operating hours may be impacted by curfews, UCLA does not intend to stop COVID-19 testing.

Patients with appointments are being offered telehealth visits or re-scheduled in-person visits.

We encourage patients with in-person appointments to monitor the Los Angeles Department of Transportation and local Caltrans district websites, local news outlets and various traffic apps. Please plan accordingly and contact your medical office with questions.

UCLA Health is closely monitoring developments.

We are committed to providing high-quality patient care for our community.