Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Rating
480 reviews
4.1 Rating
480 reviews

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is a Los Angeles County hospital in Los Angeles, California. This hospital has an Emergency Department, Inpatient Surgery, Physical Therapy, Sleep Studies, and Speech Therapy departments. Our licensed professionals can request medical records on your behalf from any US healthcare provider (like Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center) with the convenience of online HIPAA-compliant communication.

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Special Care Services

  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Neonatal Intensive Care
  • Coronary Intensive Care

Emergency Services

  • Emergency Department


  • Arthroscopy
  • Spine Surgery


  • Cardiac Cath Lab
  • Cardiac Rehab
  • Cardiac Surgery
  • Coronary Interventions
  • Vascular Intervention
  • Vascular Surgery
  • Carotid Stenting
  • Electrophysiology

Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging

  • Computed Tomography
  • Computed Tomography-Angiography
  • Digital Mammography
  • Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Positron Emission Tomography
  • Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography


  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech Therapy

Oncology Services

  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiation Therapy

Surgery Services

  • Inpatient Surgery
  • Radiosurgery
  • Robotic Surgery

Organ Transplant Services

  • Heart Transplant
  • Kidney Transplant
  • Liver Transplant
  • Lung Transplant
  • Pancreas Transplant
  • Intestinal Transplant

Neuroscience Services

  • Electroencephalography
  • Sleep Studies


  • Obstetrics
  • Home Health
  • Hemodialysis

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Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
Control Type
  • Governmental
  • State
Total Staffed Beds 445
Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue


TPS Quality Score 38.17 Rating
480 reviews

Abby Malone

UCLA Emergency Department is terrific. You men are extremely good. A professional, hardworking, compassionate and being concerned group of medical doctors, nurses and different body of workers. Thanks

Char Hopkins

Best hospital, doctors and staff in the World!!! Went into hospital May 2018 very ill! Had a heart transplant, with the most amazing care. The doctors are exceptional and really caring, while the nurses and staff are always around for anything you might need or want. Always with encouraging words and advice from everyone. I could never express, in words, the gratitude I feel for the hospital and the transplant team of UCLA. I have been given a second chance at life from a “hero” I never knew and I want to honor that gift!

Tahseena Kahn

This is probably the best hospital besides Cedars Sinai I myself was never a patient but have either taken others there or visited people there. Doctors are world class! Nurses are probably the top in the country.


incompetent doctors and staff. they refused to run tests that were necessary for a medical diagnosis, and this ended up costing me more money in insurance billing and almost my life. The "head doctor" laughed at my symptoms and sent me home. went to an urgent care the next day and they referred me to another ER where they ran the necessary tests and discovered a serious health problem. This facility treats you like a number. If you're not visibly dying they don't care what's wrong with you. they just collect your insurance and send you out in hopes that you follow up with your primary care to get your actual problem solved. You'd think that because this is a campus with student doctors that they would treat their patients with more care, but to be frank this is nothing but a bandaid center. I hope they have great malpractice insurance.

Chris Bondra

The worst experience ever! Brought my mother 77 years old with severe abdominal pain. We came around 7pm. She was placed in the room for examination. She was checked by the doctor and the medical student. They had some idea of what it was, and left. Like I said we came there around 7pm and left around 6am the next day. During this time she was administered one dose of pain medication, ct scan and ultrasound. The attending physician never came back. She was left to be cared by medical student, who was nice but not a doctor yet. I understand, this is a teaching hospital, but there still should be room for compassion for people in general, and especially for someone who is older and in pain. Nurses- Sara Jean was just indifferent. She did not care, it was obvious she just wanted to be done with her shift. I have approached her several times, to tell her that my mother is in great discomfort and pain, she was eating some dry food on her station, and would just tell me she did not have any orders from the doctors, but would not even come to the hallway my mother was placed. Then she disappeared, apparently her shift was over. The next nurse, Calsy, was going back-in-force in the hallway but she would never came to introduce herself. We have learned it was her almost by the time we had to go home. When I was asking the personnel where our nurse was, one nurse told me that there was a trauma patient brought in, and everyone had to be there. I told her that my mother is a human too and in pain also to what she rudely told me that my mother is stable. I am not surprised that nurses don't have their last names on the badges. Test ordering- It took 2-3 hours between the time test was ordered to the time it was performed, and about 3-4 hours to tell us the result. In the end - we left the hospital exhausted, disappointed, and my mother felt the same, even worse. The tests been ordered were useless, we found out that the next day, in St. John's hospital where we had to go next day. No wonder, she was not cared by a doctor but by a student ( who was actually very caring and compassionate), and ignorant, rude and indifferent nurses. I am deeply disappointed and shocked. I never want to be cared in UCLA emergency ever, despite enjoying working for UCLA health system, and being proud of my job