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Of the many reasons UCLA Healthcare receives such high international ranking, one critical factor stands out. That difference is the staff and Allied Health professionals of UCLA Nursing. Working in a network of premier healthcare facilities, our staff enjoys an incomparable range that covers acute care cases, an excellent learning environment, and pioneering research. Not to mention choice of facility and career path.

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
Ranked year after year on the U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Hospitals Honor Roll”, the Medical Center has specialized intensive care units, state-of-the-art operating suites for in- and outpatients, a Level I Trauma Center and a Level III NICU. Add the latest diagnostic technology and a staff of more than 3,500 and it’s clear why UCLA Medical Center has achieved such an excellent standing. The construction of the new one million square foot UCLA Westwood Replacement Hospital is well under way. With 525-beds, this promises to be one of the most advanced, patient-friendly hospitals in the world.

Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center
The very first hospital in Santa Monica is soon to be its “newest”. Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center, serving the Westside for more than 70 years, has embarked on a major new construction program. By 2005, nearly the entire hospital and campus will have been rebuilt. The Medical Center is a full-service community teaching hospital. Our Rape Treatment Center has achieved international recognition, and our comprehensive Maternity Center welcomes some 1,750 new babies annually.

UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital (NPH)
UCLA NPH offers treatment programs for a broad range of illnesses including depression, childhood and adolescent disorders, genetic syndromes, schizophrenia, eating disorders, mental retardation, neuro-behavioral problems, autism and substance abuse, among others.

The UCLA NPH staff members are role models for affiliating nursing students, and involved in multidisciplinary training programs.

Mattel's Children's Hospital at UCLA
Offering a full spectrum of care for all childhood diseases, this "hospital within a hospital" is further proof of UCLA's commitment to excellence in specialized fields. The clinical research conducted at this facility contributes a vital resource to our Department of Pediatrics, thus ensuring optimal care to a regional and international patient population.

Other aspects of UCLA Healthcare featuring excellent opportunities include David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, UCLA Medical Plaza, and UCLA Primary Care Clinics and Cancer Centers in communities throughout Southern California.

Volunteering at UCLA
We want you – to become one of our treasured volunteers. If you're a student considering a rewarding career in health care, we invite you to explore the exciting volunteer assignments offered at our medical center. Our TEEN program is designed for high-school students ages 15 to 18. You're asked to make a commitment of 80 hours over a one-year period. Please note that we do NOT offer community service hours to students wanting to do less than this requirement.

We offer students many interesting positions in both the clinical and administrative sides of the hospital. The program creates a win-win situation because our hospital benefits from the student’s energy and enthusiasm while the student gains valuable experience working alongside our hospital professionals. The program also provides students with a firsthand glimpse at the health-care field and helps them define career goals as they prepare for college.

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