Los Angeles hospitals include Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Ronald Reagan University of California Los Angeles Medical Center, and Keck Medical Center. Examples of children's hospitals include Children's Hospital Los Angeles and Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is a nonprofit academic hospital founded in 1902. As of 2015, this hospital has over 880 beds, 2,100 doctors, 2,800 nurses and thousands of support staff. Cedars-Sinai is recognized for its research and medical care in the areas of heart disease, cancer and brain disorders.
UCLA Medical Center was founded in 1955 and renamed Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in 2008. This hospital is a Level 1 trauma center with multiple rooms for patients with significant traumatic injuries. The Mattel Children's Hospital is located on the third and fifth floors of the UCLA Medical Center. This hospital was named after the Mattel Children's Foundation, which donated $25 million for its creation.
Keck Medical Center of the University of Southern California features one of the first comprehensive cancer treatment centers created by the National Institute of Health. It is nationally recognized for its innovation in ophthalmology, urology and cancer care.
Children's Hospital Los Angeles has over 350 speciality programs for pediatric treatment and provides care to over 107,000 children per year. It is affiliated with the Keck School of Medicine.