Department of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Care: School of Medicine: University of California, Irvine
Education

Teaching Hospitals

UC Irvine Medical Center

UC Irvine Medical Center photo

UC Irvine Medical Center maintains inpatient and outpatient services in virtually every medical specialty and is fully accredited by The Joint Commission on accreditation of hospitals. UC Irvine has invested large capital improvements in the past decade to upgrade its facilities, expand its medical capabilities and support the myriad of clinical research endeavors of the faculty.

The 411-bed acute care hospital is the designated Level I trauma center for Orange County and is the principal clinical facility for the UC Irvine School of Medicine teaching and research programs. It is nationally recognized for the UC Irvine Health Regional Burn Center and the faculty’s expertise in the surgical reimplantation of severed limbs. UC Irvine Medical Center has state of the art facilities for the care of the critically ill and serves as a major referral center for neonatal medicine and high-risk obstetrics. The Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center is a national cancer institute designated facility. The Center for Pain & Wellness at Gottschalk Medical Plaza provides a wide range of state-of-the-art tests and treatments to diagnose the cause of pain and improve the quality of life of patients.

Children's Hospital Los Angeles

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Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) center provides the highest quality healthcare for children who are the sickest and most seriously injured in our region and beyond. Each year, we treat over 93,000 children who need care that is so complex, it can only be provided by medical experts.

The majority of CHLA patients come from Los Angeles County. However, because of our reputation, we receive patients who are referred from the seven counties surrounding Los Angeles, from across California, and around the world.

CHOC Children's

CHOC Children's facilities

CHOC Children's has a state-of-the-art 289-bed main hospital facility that is located in the City of Orange. CHOC offers many primary and specialty care clinics, a pediatric residency program and more than 100 additional programs and services. Since opening, CHOC has led the way in many areas of pediatric healthcare and is devoted in providing the best care exclusively to children in Orange County. CHOC and the University of California, Irvine have a strategic affiliation where the commitment is to training the next generation of pediatric experts.

Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center photo

Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center is a 464 bed surgical and medical hospital in Los Angeles. This medical center is a referral center for all the complicated patients for the Southern California Kaiser Permanente System. They performed 10,853 annual inpatient and 9,530 outpatient surgeries. Our residents rotate at Kaiser and do an average of 40 open heart cases during their four week CA-2 rotation.

Long Beach Memorial Medical Center

Long Beach Memorial Medical Center photo

Long Beach Memorial Medical Center is an 816 bed, voluntary, nonprofit facility encompassing four separate hospitals: Memorial Hospital of Long Beach, the Earl and Lorraine Miller Children's Hospital, the Women's Hospital and Memorial Rehabilitation Hospital. The Department of Rehabilitation serves inpatients and outpatients of all four hospitals and maintains a total of 84 beds in the rehabilitation hospital: 42 acute rehabilitation beds and 42 skilled nursing facility (SNF) beds.

VA Long Beach Healthcare System

Long Beach Memorial Medical Center photo

VA Long Beach Healthcare System is a 237 bed hospital that provides for the health care needs of Veterans in the Southern California region. This healthcare system provides a wide range of services including traditional hospital-based services such as surgery, critical care, mental health, orthopedics, pharmacy, radiology and physical therapy. Our residents will rotate through the LBVA during their Clinical Base Year in rotations in internal medicine and in the surgical intensive care unit (SICU).

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