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Our hospital building, designed by world-renowned architect I.M. Pei and his son C.C. Pei, in conjunction with internationally acclaimed healthcare design firm Perkins+Will, emphasizes a light-filled approach to healing.  Patient bedrooms feature large windows, and each inpatient unit has an adjacent outdoor recreation deck. 

Our adolescent unit has a combination of private and semi-private bedrooms, each with a bathroom.  The adolescent units each have a "day room" (which has a dining area and areas for group therapy, watching television, playing table games, and other activities), conference room, staff office, laundry room and storage space.  Other hospital areas used by the inpatient programs include the school classrooms (for our adolescent patients), recreation decks and occupational therapy clinic.  The outside community, including the UCLA campus and Westwood Village, are often used for therapeutic recreational and social activities, as well as meal and snack outings.

Our partial hospital programs are located in one of our outpatient medical plaza buildings.  During partial hospitalization, patients from outside of Los Angeles often stay at the UCLA Tiverton House, a hotel specifically for UCLA patients and their families, or at one of the other hotels or temporary rental apartments within walking distance of the medical center.  




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