Primary Care

The 2 sites are less than a mile apart, convenient for back-to-back appointments.

What’s more frustrating than having to take off several hours of the workday to visit the doctor? For a lot of people, it’s having to schedule sometimes several appointments for tests or referrals that come after that initial [...]

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • November 16, 2020

UCLA Health primary and specialty care expanded into the Montecito area in August of this year, providing access to more than 180 medical practices across Southern California.

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • November 16, 2020

Located in the heart of downtown, the clinic opened earlier this year offering a range of specialties.

By Sandy Cohen • November 16, 2020

Tips for making smart choices as you renew or change your coverage – including a glossary of often-confusing terms

By Sandy Cohen • October 28, 2020

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By uclahealth • July 22, 2020

“I broke my wrist in high school, playing baseball. When I was getting my x-rays, I thought, ‘This is something I could see myself doing,’” says Nicholas Tonkinson, a medical assistant and x-ray tech at UCLA Health [...]

By uclahealth • January 30, 2020

“It’s so wonderful that UCLA Health was able to open up another clinic for those in this area,” remarks Vialva Steen, mother to four-month-old twins Epic Steen and Eikon Steen. Vialva is enjoying the convenience of the By uclahealth • January 30, 2020

“We all understand that we’re here for the patients, and we all want to help the patients,” explains Michelle Garcia Ortiz (pictured right), an administrative assistant UCLA Health Malibu with Michelle Aranda (pictured left). Aranda explains, “There’s [...]

By uclahealth • January 30, 2020

Three days after delivering at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Brittani Clark, a pediatric nurse practitioner, brought in her newborn daughter, Nia, for her first appointment with Dr. Allison Guimera in the By uclahealth • January 9, 2020

Men die an average of five years younger than women do. In addition, men generally suffer from more diseases and have higher suicide rates. Treating preventable diseases may be key to improving men’s overall health. An American Urological Association (AUA) men’s health checklist offers guidelines for both general and urologic health maintenance and screening. [...]

By uclahealth • November 19, 2019