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By Ask the Doctors • November 10, 2021

Giving birth during COVID-19: “Birthing may be different, but different doesn’t mean something isn’t good,” says Dr. Sridhar.

By Jane Murcia • June 23, 2020

Not many people associate a hospital with Saint Patrick’s Day. Not many people have a close relative who was born on Saint Patrick’s Day. I will forever link UCLA Hospital with the Day of the Shamrock. That is because on that occasion my one granddaughter was born in UCLA’s new [...]

By grandmasue • April 4, 2013

My husband and I arrived at The Birth Place for our scheduled C-Section delivery and were greeted with warmth, caring and patience, even though we were 20 minutes late! Once settled in we experienced some technical difficulties but our attending nurse was quick to have it fixed. There was some [...]

By KerrBear • March 22, 2013

The level of care and the comfort UCLA has provided my family is second to none and will forever be part of our lives and etched in our memories. In 2005, our daughter was born into the caring arms of lovely nurses and amazing doctors. With almost no complications, mother [...]

By jaxanddoug • January 26, 2013

My wife and I delivered our twins at the birthplace in Santa Monica. The nurses and staff there were so helpful and knowledgeable. Dr. Tabsh is the best doctor. He took care of my wife and the babies all the way through. The hospital is beautiful and the rooms are [...]

By ProudDaddy • January 10, 2013   Compassionate care through every phase of your birthing experience As parents-to-be, Jacqueline Coit-Jablonski and her husband, Dan Jablonski, prepare for their first baby to arrive, they tour the new Labor and Delivery suites at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. They see first hand the new facility that [...]

By uclahealth • March 10, 2009