Every day at Keck Hospital of USC , physicians, nurses and staff go beyond the science of exceptional medicine to bring patients breakthroughs in the art of caring.
Keck Hospital of USC, a 401-bed acute care hospital, is part of Keck Medicine of USC, the University of Southern California's medical enterprise. Its internationally renowned physicians care for patients, teach and conduct research at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, the region's first medical school.
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Our expert Korean-speaking physicians provide medical and radiation oncology care for a wide variety of cancers and blood diseases, using the most advanced technologies and state-of-the-art imaging capabilities to provide exceptional care. Treatment options include robotic surgery and advanced image-guidance for addressing complex tumors. Our team of medical and radiation oncologists offers a full range of personalized services, from diagnostic screenings to chemotherapy and surgical consultations, in a convenient location for residents of the Mid-Wilshire area.
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Dignity Health - California Hospital Medical Center is a hospital that offers many services, including cancer care, diagnostic imaging, and emergency & trauma services. Visit Dignity Health - California Hospital Medical Center located at 1401 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA. This Los Angeles hospital is one of the best in California. As part of the Dignity Health network, Dignity Health - California Hospital Medical Center is dedicated to delivering high quality, compassionate care and access to Los Angeles and nearby communities
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, please contact us. We will treat you with dignity and compassion as we treat your cancer as aggressively as possible.
Please call us for more information at 213.770.0276 .
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The J. Thomas McCarthy Center for Emergency Services at California Hospital is the only full service emergency room (ER) in Downtown Los Angeles open 24/7. We serve more than 85,000 patients each year and provide efficient and high-quality emergency care with state-of-the-art equipment.
Emergency Services include:
The J. Thomas McCarthly Center for Emergency Services Leavey Trauma Center is the only Level II Trauma Center in the downtown area. The Center's team of highly skilled surgeons, anesthesiologists and specialists provide critical care to patients around-the-clock. Learn more about our Trauma Services .
Quality of care matters – especially when operating one of the region's busiest ERs and trauma centers. Our Trauma Center has been recognized as having “zero deficiencies” since opening. We are one of the few hospitals nationwide to receive this distinction from the American College of Surgeons.
We are also Joint Commission certified as a Primary Stroke Center .
At California Hospital Medical Center, we are skilled in treating emergencies for adults and children. If you need emergency care but you are not experiencing a life-threatening condition, make your wait more comfortable by selecting an estimated hospital arrival time online with ER Waiting Service™. Select an estimated hospital arrival time that is convenient for you and simply wait at home until that time.
The ER Waiting Service should not be used for life-threatening emergencies or children under the age of three. Call 911 immediately for more serious conditions.
One unique aspect to our Pediatric Unit is the treatment room for children. A treatment room is one of the most important rooms on a pediatric unit because it helps keep the bedside a safe place for our Pediatric patients. Our treatment room has colorful, joyful walls and a coping kit that includes diversion/distraction tools to help with non-pharmacological pain management. Additionally, we encourage "Positioning for Comfort" in the treatment room, which allows children to feel secure in their parents' arms as opposed to being restrained.
A child's hospitalization can often be quite frightening. For many of our pediatric patients here at California Hospital Medical Center, this is their first time being in the hospital. Our hospital addresses the special needs of Pediatric patients, ensuring that we provide developmentally-appropriate care to children. Part of this care includes an environment that is child-friendly, comforting, and happy.
Good Samaritan Hospital is a world-class academic medical center affiliated with USC School of Medicine. Good Samaritan Hospital supports seven Centers of Excellence that focus on advancing the science of medicine while providing outstanding patient care with national and internationally renowned physicians. The centers include the Heart & Vascular Center, Comprehensive Orthopaedic Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, Tertiary Retinal Surgery, Pancreatico-Biliary Program, Transfusion-Free Medicine & Surgery Center, and the Davajan-Cabal Center for Perinatal Medicine.
Each year, Good Samaritan Hospital admits approximately 12,500 patients (excluding newborns) and handles more than 74,000 outpatient visits. More than 2,500 deliveries and 6,000 surgeries are performed annually in 32 surgical suites.
Good Samaritan Hospital completed its new 193,000-square foot Medical Pavilion featuring the Frank R. Seaver Ambulatory Surgery Center in 2018. The new medical pavilion features amenities such as a patient friendly lobby, radiation oncology, pharmacy, Women's Imaging, and Bistro Café on the first floor. The second floor includes 8 outpatient surgery suites and floors 3 to 7 houses ancillary services and physician offices. The Medical Pavilion offers Los Angeles a leading-edge facility where physicians, patients and family members will feel comfortable in a space designed to enhance the efficiency and convenience of acquiring advanced medical care.
Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery (CABS)
There are more than 500,000 coronary artery bypass surgeries performed each year in the United States. This open heart surgery procedure is performed on patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) that has caused a blockage in the patient's coronary artery. The CABS is performed to improve blood flow to the patient's heart when lifestyle changes, medications, and angioplasty are not appropriate or effective options for a patient.
Endoscopic Vessel Harvesting (EVH)
Endoscopic vessel harvesting is performed on patients who have coronary artery disease in conjunction with coronary artery bypass surgery. The harvested veins are used to add new vessels to assist the blocked vessels in circulating blood through the cardiovascular system. The vessels are harvested from legs (the great saphenous vein) and the arms (radial artery). EVH does not have a negative impact on the extremities blood vessel networks.
Good Samaritan Hospital's superb Physical Therapy programs have helped thousands of patients to regain their strength and function. Custom-made programs address each individual's needs, while a dedicated staff of therapists provides compassionate care in a state-of-the-art setting.
Our specially trained Physical Therapists offer comprehensive programs for spinal disorders, orthopedic conditions, neurological conditions, and wound care.
We also offer a Vestibular Rehabilitation Program that helps patients manage symptoms of vertigo, dizziness and balance dysfunction. The program has noticeably improved patient lives by decreasing vertigo or dizziness, improving balance, decreasing risk of falls and improving functional activities.
Good Samaritan Hospital offers an inpatient and outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation program to help patients following an acute cardiac even return to a healthier and more active lifestyle as safely and quickly as possible. The program also includes education and counseling by Exercise Physiologists to help patients make lifestyle changes.
Our Occupational Therapists work with individuals who need specialized assistance to regain independence. The focus is on adapting the environment to fit the person. People who are experiencing physical and cognitive changes can benefit from Occupational Therapy.
Speech pathologists at Good Samaritan Hospital evaluate and treat patients who have communication and speech problems. These problems may include difficulty in expressing thoughts and feelings, understanding what people are saying and/or inability to understand or remember what was read. Swallowing problems are also addressed.
Physical medicine hours are: Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
For more information about physical medicine services, please call (213) 977-2127.