I was transferred here from Cedars Sinai because I have medi-cal and they don't take medi-cal patients. I arrived in the middle of the night. My bed was ready, I was admitted, vitals taken, and immediately hooked up to a heart monitor, an IV. , and blood was drawn. In the morning at "rounds", it was as if my Doctor had been treating me for years . He knew everything regarding my condition. Which surprised me, considering the fact that he had done no exams or asked me any questions about my reason for being there. I did not like his over- confidence (he often used the phrase "I'm a good Dr.".) And while that may be true, I never heard another Dr. say it out loud. My nurses were fabulous, my food was good, my entire time there was comfortable and I always felt like I was in good hands. By the time I was transferred to a nursing home I'd had a chance to get to know my Dr. better. Bedside manner aside he was a good doctor. Thanks again to all great staff members who attended to me at Los Angeles Community Hospital, you saved my life.