Recognition keeps the hospital among an elite group of facilities across the nation
Nurse Nicole Chang – who has worked with COVID-19 patients since the start of the pandemic – was among the first to get the vaccine at UCLA Health
This prestigious recognition translates to better patient care and clinical outcomes.
Eunice Lee works in the cardiothoracic unit at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
A special tribute to celebrate Nurses Week and International Year of the Nurse and Midwife
Happy Nurses' Week and Year of the Nurse and Midwife everyone!
Thank you for all you have done this year for our patients, UCLA Health and each other. While the year has been full of milestones, accomplishments, and challenges, nothing has really compared to the past 7 weeks. COVID-19 has [...]
“I tell parents when I first meet them that they’re going to become experts in the heart,” smiles Kristen Ethridge, a pediatric nurse practitioner with the pediatric cardiac surgery program. Kristen (pictured second from left) poses with other cardiac nurses from the UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital. “Cardiac nursing has been [...]
Happy New Year! Did you know the World Health Organization has designated 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife? What a wonderful and esteemed recognition for nurses and midwives in the year of Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday.
You embody the essence of this profession. Your pride [...]
“Petting the dogs is very, very therapeutic,” explains Lindsay Kim, a registered nurse at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
“I hope that the staff or nurses who have put their poster presentations together understand the importance of their work and how they are contributing to making UCLA Health world-class,” reflects Karen Grimley, PhD, MBA, RN, FACHE, chief nursing executive for UCLA Health. “The 18th annual By • December 12, 2019