Events

Presence for the Patients

July 5, 2019

Presence for the Patients

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“You can feel the energy; there are so many people to spread the love to and support,” says Ashley Hagelstein, a UCLA Health employee who volunteered at the UCLA Health booth during the PRIDE Parade. “We’re giving out free gifts for people who spin the wheel. They can get fans, stickers, we have little hankies […]

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Tags: community engagement, featured, LGBTQ, LGBTQ community, Pride, Pride parade, UCLA Gender Health, volunteer


We Support U

July 3, 2019

We Support U

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“I’m honored to work at an organization that supports diversity and inclusion,” says David Fraqueli, director of IT administration for UCLA Health. David marched with fellow UCLA employees and students during the annual PRIDE parade. “It’s terrific and they mean what they say. I always feel supported at work. I love that UCLA’s presence is […]

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Tags: community engagement, LBGTQ, LGBTQ, LGBTQ community, Pride, Pride parade


'We Don't Feel Alone'

June 24, 2019

‘We Don’t Feel Alone’

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“We love coming back to see everybody who took care of Rose,” says Melody Curtis, mother to five-year-old Rose Curtis, who is enjoying the NICU Reunion. “At 14 weeks Rose was diagnosed with something called an omphalocele, which means her spleen, stomach and intestines were outside her abdominal wall when she was born. She was […]

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Tags: featured, NICU, NICU nurses, NICU Reunion, omphalocele, patient story, pediatric gastroenterology, pediatrics


Rape Treatment Center sponsors Clothesline Project

May 29, 2019

Rape Treatment Center sponsors Clothesline Project

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The Rape Treatment Center at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica sponsored The Clothesline Project at the Santa Monica campus in April in conjunction with Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The project featured a display of more than 150 T-shirts created by sexual-assault survivors or their loved ones as a voice against violence. The shirts were color-coded, […]

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Tags: Employee News, Rape Treatment Center, Santa Monica, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, The Clothesline Project, UCLA Medical Center


May 1, 2019

Healthy Tips for Ramadan

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Ramadan begins on Monday, May 6, 2019 and ends on Tuesday, June 4, 2019. Millions of people from around the world will be recognizing this Islamic holy day through prayer and dawn to dusk fasting. Fasting can be done safely if you take the necessary precautions— especially for those with certain medical conditions. If you […]

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Tags: breastfeeding, cardiac disease, complex carbohydrates, dehydration, diabetes, fasting, fasting for adolescents, fasting for children, fasting tips, heart disease, iftar meal, low blood sugar


Celebrate Doctor's Day

March 22, 2019

Celebrate Doctor’s Day

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*Doctor’s Day is March 30*

Celebrate and thank your UCLA doctor by sharing your story.

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Tags: doctors, Doctors Day, featured, patient stories, UCLA physicians


Beautiful Wedding

January 11, 2019

Beautiful Wedding

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“It was a really beautiful day, I didn’t expect it to be so grand,” says Tanyce Bush, who got married in the Intensive Care Unit at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica to long-time partner Christopher Johnson, who has stage 4 T-cell lymphoma cancer. “The nurses told me they were going to decorate, but I didn’t […]

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Tags: 3 Wishes, 4 T-cell lymphoma cancer, cancer, ICU, ICU Wedding, intensive care unit, lymphoma, UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica


Double Take on Eyes

November 20, 2018

Double Take on Eyes

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“I’ve been here since 7:30 am and it’s been great, we’ve had a stream of people from all different backgrounds and all different conditions coming through,” says Dr. Simon Fung, assistant professor of ophthalmology at the UCLA Stein Eye Institute and volunteer at the Care Harbor LA event. “Care Harbor LA looks after those who […]

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Tags: Care Harbor LA, cataracts, Dr. Simon Fung, glaucoma, ophthalmology, UCLA Stein Eye Institute


Proud of UCLA

June 14, 2018

Proud of UCLA

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“I always say Pride is my favorite holiday,” says Cathlin Rood, a clinical researcher in hematology and oncology at UCLA Health. “Pride celebrates everything that is good about humanity. When I got the email that UCLA was going to march in the parade, I immediately responded. Knowing that my workplace is supportive of every lifestyle […]

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Tags: CLA Gender Health Program, hematology and oncology, LGBTQ, LGBTQ community, Pride parade, researcher


June 14, 2018

EMPWR-ing LGBTQ Youth

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“We volunteered at the Pride fair last night and handed out a lot of swag at the UCLA Health booth,” says Dr. Natalia Ramos, pictured right, a child psychiatrist within the UCLA Department of Child Psychiatry. Liz Ollen, pictured left, a child psychology doctoral student adds, “We’re really excited that UCLA Health is part of […]

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Tags: child psychology, Dr. Natalia Ramos, LGBTQ children, LGBTQ community, LGBTQ young adults, LGBTQ youth, mental health, UCLA Department of Child Psychiatry