First-year medical students enrolled in Doctoring 1 join in hospital chaplain rounds.
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
The milestone is a national record and it highlights the growth of the 32-year-old transplant program.
It’s important for medical professionals to understand that one’s gender identity as man, woman or trans is different from one’s sexual identity as gay, bisexual, lesbian or heterosexual.
During the Muslim holy month, dates and water are provided for celebrants to break the fast each evening, and prayer services are offered on Wednesdays and Fridays.
A charge nurse at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Vandegrift oversees an ongoing stream of patients and the doctors and nurses who care for them.
Statement on behalf of the UCLA community from Chancellor Gene Block and Dr. John Mazziotta, Vice Chancellor, UCLA Health Sciences, and CEO of UCLA Health.
A new training program is teaching pediatric residents how to balance their passion for helping children and families with the difficult realities of their profession.
Two UCLA experts on end-of-life issues talk about California’s new physician-assisted suicide law that will give terminally ill patients and their doctors a legally sanctioned process to talk about difficult choices.
Your gifts go to the Chase Child Life Program, which serves patients at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA.
Heart and lung transplant patients at UCLA have a lot to celebrate during the holiday season. So staff at UCLA's heart and lung transplant programs help them celebrate life by hosting two spectacular annual holiday parties — one for adults and another for children.
Ever since she was a young girl growing up in Belize, Rose Perriott has loved to sew.
The voluntary credentialing program for hospitals recognizes excellence in professional nursing practice.
Dr. Mario Deng writes about a new smaller artificial heart that could holds promise for smaller-sized people, including children.
Annual fundraiser has helped the center increase blood donations needed by UCLA patients
Until doctors filled a tiny hole in her inner ear, Rachel Pyne suffered from superior semicircular canal dehiscence, which made her suffer through the sounds of her heart beating, her food digesting and even the shifting of her eyes.
Window washers dressed as Batman, Captain America, Spider-Man, the Hulk and Wonder Woman entertained and posed for photos with young patients and their families at the third annual Superhero Day at Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA.
Located in a courtyard next to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, a fountain was dedicated to honor those who become organ, eye and tissue donors at the time of their deaths.
Best Hospitals Honor Roll recognizes excellence in treating patients who need an especially high level of care.
Dr. Edward Zaragoza, UCLA clinical director of imaging informatics and chief of acute care imaging, practices aerialist acts of derring-do several nights a week at the Cirque School in West Hollywood.
UCLA patient is first to receive successful heart transplant after using experimental 50cc Total Artificial Heart
New version of device, designed for smaller patients, provides mechanical support until a donor heart can be found.
The report assessed health care systems’ tools for delivering better patient experience and better population health, as well as overall affordability.
Charles Gold was rescued by Los Angeles Fire Department personnel and treated by staff at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center when he collapsed during March’s race.
The large-scale disaster drill ensures that UCLA medical professionals would be ready if needed.
The new vice chancellor, dean and CEO spoke about his new roles and how he wants to make UCLA’s medical enterprise a John Wooden-like dynasty of excellence in health science.
Triathlete Greg Parks and actor Larry Miller recently appeared at the Reagan UCLA Medical Center to share the experience of recovering from a major brain injury.