2/26/20 Who we are 2 UCLA Health 3 UCLA Health 4 UCLA Health Physician practices and clinics Physicians provide primary and specialty care in over 180 clinics: Alhambra Arcadia
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Santa Monica Westlake Village Westwood Woodland Hills 5 UCLA Health Locations where UCLA faculty provide clinical care Owned and operated by UCLA Health Community partnered 6 Westwood campus
7 Santa Monica campus 8 UCLA Health By the numbers Nearly 600,000 unique patients per year 2.5 million outpatient clinic visits 80,000 Emergency Department visits 2,700 clinical faculty 600 basic science faculty 1,200 residents and fellows
4,000 registered nurses 20,000 employees 40,000 hospital stays 3,300 total faculty 9 David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Since opening in 1951, the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA has grown into an internationally recognized leader in research, medical education, patient care and public service. 760 medical students 490 doctoral students 2,700 clinical faculty NIH research dollars (2017):
$327 million 600 basic science faculty 3,300 total faculty More than $677 million annually in research funding 1,200 residents and fellows 470 postdoctoral fellows 10 21st century centers of healing 11 Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
12 Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Home of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, UCLA Mattel Childrens Hospital and Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA Opened in June 2008 Designed by celebrated architects I.M. Pei and C.C. Pei, the 1,050,000-square-foot hospital blends science and technology with the art of healing One of the first total replacement hospitals built to meet the latest California seismic safety standards 13 Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Interventional floor: 25 operating rooms 6 cardiac catheter laboratories
8 interventional radiology procedure rooms 4 medical procedure rooms Equipped with sophisticated diagnostics, robotics, imaging systems and advanced audio and high-resolution video conferencing capabilities Modular configuration for expansion and flexibility in the future Overall design concept of any care in any room 14 UCLA Mattel Childrens Hospital 15
UCLA Mattel Childrens Hospital Separate entrance with multimedia Welcome Wall 90 inpatient beds, including 44 in Pediatric Unit, 22 in Neonatal ICU, 18 in Pediatric ICU, 6 in Pediatric Cardiac ICU Large, private patient rooms with sleep-in beds so that families can spend time in room comfortably Dedicated clinical areas allow procedures to happen away from sleeping area UCLA Mattel Childrens Unit at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica is the only inpatient pediatric unit in Santa Monica 16 UCLA Mattel Childrens Hospital 100,000 square feet of space uniquely designed for children Age-appropriate playrooms and family resource room extend to large outdoor play terrace with ocean views
Specialists from the UCLA Chase Child Life Program address social and emotional needs of patients and their families 17 Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA 18 Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA Psychiatric hospital ranked #8 in the country (by U.S. News and World Report) Independently accredited and licensed hospital, with its own entrance and address 75,020-square-foot hospital with 74 inpatient rooms with abundant natural light and
inspiring views Outdoor terrace features space for group therapy sessions 19 UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica 20 UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica State-of-the-art medical center opened in 2012 265 inpatient beds; 525,000 square feet of new and existing space
Elegantly designed patient rooms with natural light and family space Alliance with Orthopaedic Institute for Children to provide pediatric orthopaedic care 25 percent of new medical campus devoted to green and open spaces
Built to latest seismic standards 16 operating rooms 21 UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica Provides a broad range of academic medical services in a convenient, accessible community setting Barbara Kort Womens Imaging Center
Oncology services Cardiology Orthopaedic/spine surgery General and specialty surgical services Pain management
General medicine Radiology Geriatrics UCLA Breast Center, Santa Monica Internationally known Rape Treatment Center and its Stuart House facility
for child victims UCLA Mattel Children's Unit Maternity services Neurology - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - Pediatrics - Daltrey/Townshend Teen and Young Adult Cancer Program
22 UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica The 16,000-square-foot Nethercutt Emergency Center treats 50,000 patients per year Designated the only Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics in Santa Monica Designated as a STEMI receiving center for heart-attack patients Primary stroke center FastER service for minor injuries 22 emergency room beds with better privacy and greater versatility for diagnosis and treatment Onsite CT scanner Digital imaging technology 23 UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica Award-winning UCLA Outpatient Surgery and Medical Building opened in 2012
UCLA Healths first LEED-Gold building for sustainability 8 operating rooms and post-anesthesia care unit Also houses: Radiation Therapy, UCLA Breast Center Santa Monica, Department of Medicine medical offices and a pharmacy 24 California Rehabilitation Institute Opened on July 21, 2016 as a joint-venture partnership among UCLA Health, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and Select Medical
138-bed physical medicine and rehabilitation hospital in Century City managed by Select Medical Largest inpatient rehabilitation facility on the West Coast Dedicated care and leading-edge technology for individuals with spinal-cord and brain injury, stroke, cancer, amputation, neurological disorders and musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions Serves the growing needs of the extended Los Angeles community for inpatient rehabilitation; expected to serve as a center for treating complex rehabilitation cases nationwide 25 UCLA Health Clinical Partnerships Clinical Care Provided by UCLA Faculty Venice Family Clinic
The largest free clinic in the nation, providing health care to 25,000 patients a year Staff are all UCLA employees Harbor-UCLA Medical Center A public teaching hospital and Level I Trauma Center located in Torrance, California Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
A 377-bed acute care hospital serving the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys 26 UCLA Health Clinical Partnerships Clinical Care Provided by UCLA Faculty VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System A hospital serving the veterans in Los Angeles Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital
A 131-bed community hospital serving residents of south Los Angeles UCLA faculty supporting select services 27 Comprehensive research and clinical centers UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center Stein Eye Institute and Doris Stein Eye Research Center
UCLA AIDS Institute Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA Jane and Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute
UCLA Institute for Precision Health 28 Leading health care for more than 60 years AIDS: UCLA physicians identify first cases Brain mapping: Our neuroscientists advanced promising field PET scanner: UCLA researcher is co-developer
Nobel Prize: Dr. Louis Ignarro wins for work with nitric oxide Innovative therapies: Our laboratory works advances Herceptin, Gleevec and Sprycel Stroke: Gugliemi coils, MERCI retriever among our contributions Brain cancer: Vaccine now in clinical trials 29
Powerhouse of research National Institutes of Health awarded the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA with funding totaling $327 million in 2017. The school is consistently among the top in the nation in research funding awarded. The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA has made numerous research breakthroughs that serve the public by advancing health care. National Cancer Institute in 2017 designated the brain cancer program at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer and the UCLA Brain Tumor Center as a Specialized Program of Research Excellence (SPORE) site to honor and support exemplary achievements in research and patient care.
National Cancer Institute in 2013 renewed the SPORE designation for the prostate cancer program at the cancer center and the David Geffen School of Medicine Department of Urology. 30 Awards & recognitions U.S. News & World Report has ranked UCLA Health on its Best Hospital Honor Roll recognizing the nations top 20 hospitals for 30 consecutive years. We are: #1 in Los Angeles #1 in California #6 in the U.S. 31
Awards & recognitions U.S. News & World Report has ranked David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA: #5 among medical schools in primary care #6 among medical schools in the U.S. for research 32 UCLA Health Innovative Patient Engagement/Care Delivery Patients provided with multiple access points
If you already have a UCLA doctor: During normal office hours, call your doctors office. After hours, call your doctors office. Some offices may offer the Nurse Advice Line, where a nurse can answer medical questions, guide you to the appropriate care, schedule an appointment, or direct you to a UCLA Urgent Care location. If you are new to UCLA, call 1-800-UCLA-MD1 for a referral to a UCLA doctor. Send a non-urgent message: Contact your doctors office
through my.uclahealth.org, your electronic health record, for advice or to request an appointment. Dont have an account? Request one today at uclahealth.org/mychart/signup Same-day appointments: Call your doctors office or 1-800-UCLA-MD1. For locations, visit uclahealth.org Urgent Care: Visit our Urgent Care offices when your primary care physician is unavailable and it cant wait. These offices
have extended evening and weekend hours. For locations, visit uclahealth.org/urgentcare You can also visit a CVS Minute Clinic near you. Go to cvs.com/minuteclinic for a list of services. True Emergency, call 911 or go to your closest emergency department. 33 Continued focus on excellence in patient care Listening to our consumers/patients
Patient Family Advisory Councils (PFACs) Facilitates partnership between families and UCLA Health for providing superior patient and family-centered care UCLA Mattel Childrens Hospital Parent Advisory Group
Patient-focused Technology Council Recommends ways to improve pediatric patient care, both in the Medical Home program and at UCLA Health Serves as a customer-focus group and advisory resource to our information technology teams CICARE An evidenced-based six-step process for interactions with patients, families and colleagues
All UCLA Health employees practice CICARE with everyone on every encounter 34 Community engagement UCLA Health is an engaged member of the broader community, and takes responsibility for community service very seriously. Examples include: UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind Dedicated to fighting childhood obesity through state-of-the-art fitness programs in middle and high schools UCLA Operation Mend Provides advanced medical and surgical treatment and psychological support for injured post-9/11-era service members
and veterans Care Harbor Los Angeles UCLA physicians, dentists and ophthalmologists volunteer to provide free medical care to about 3,500 patients at the Care Harbor Clinic in Los Angeles each year 35 2/26/20
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