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(818) 876-1888


23388 Mulholland Dr, Woodland Hills, CA 91364, USA
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Consumer feedback about Motion Picture &Amp; Television Hospital

Rating: 5 /5

Mark Lyon

Go to for folks in the entertainment industry. $10 copay for almost everything if your union insurance gets you in. Comfy waiting area with coffee. Plenty of free parking. If you arrive early, you might get called in before you finish the forms! Love it!

Rating: 5 /5

Anna Harrison Griessel

Beautiful campus and friendly staff. We had lunch here today with my mom and step dad. It’s a beautiful place to live.

Rating: 5 /5

Robin Miller

Friendly, comfortable; a great place for basic imaging and labs. Several good internists to keep track of you and refer to specialists as necessary. Highly recommend Dr. Axelrode. FYI only open to those in the entertainment buz and their families.

Rating: 5 /5

Tony V

They're helpful and we need them. They keep our hours right to add to our pension. They process our insurance. They make sure when it's time to retire, we're in good hands. Working in the industry is a hard. Above and below the line. Working long, hard crazy hours. Expected to do the unexpected, as a team. Every craft united. Bringing out laughter, with comedy. Crying from drama. Edge of your seat non-stop Action, stunts and thrills to entertain the world.

Rating: 4 /5

Ron Lombard

It's my hospital it was much better 20 years ago when it was the full service Hospital UCLA has just purchased it it is no longer full service hospital but that's not of their doing all the doctors are now out and bungalows in the back don't know what UCLA is going to do with the main hospital they are closing the pharmacy don't know what else is going to turn Spire there because they don't tell us the reason that's my hospital is because I retired from the motion picture industry