Clinic UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center in Santa Monica

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Founded in 1926 as Santa Monica's first hospital by local physicians Drs. William S. Mortensen and August B. Hromadka, the medical center has grown and evolved over the years to better serve Santa Monica and surrounding communities. In 1942, the hospital became part of the Lutheran Hospital Society, where it remained until 1988, when it joined UniHealth America. In 1995, the hospital was acquired by the University of California and became an integral part of UCLA Health's expanding network of medical services. UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center serves as the cornerstone of UCLA Health's Santa Monica medical campus. The 281-bed, full-service medical center provides the complete continuum of healthcare services, from prenatal and neonatal care to geriatric medicine, in a technologically advanced and welcoming facility. It combines the expertise of an academic medical center with the accessibility of a community hospital to offer patients the best of both medical worlds. The medical center features several outstanding programs and services on or near its 4.5-acre medical campus. These include: The Nethercutt Emergency Center, which treats more than 50,000 patients annually and serves as Santa Monica's only Emergency Department (ED) approved for pediatric care. The 22-bed ED features fastER, a fast-track service to treat minor injuries and illnesses within 90 minutes, an onsite CT scanner to minimize patient transport and all digital X-ray technology for improved diagnosis and treatment of a wide range injuries and of ailments. The BirthPlace, one of Southern California's most comprehensive maternity centers, where approximately 1,500 babies are delivered each year. The BirthPlace features comfortable, home-like labor-delivery-recovery (LDR) and postpartum rooms, exceptional nursing and physician care and a full complement of maternity classes to help expectant moms and dads make a smooth transition to parenthood. A 16-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit provides special care to premature infants and other newborns with life-threatening conditions. A 25-bed Pediatrics Unit, which operates as a unit of UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital and serves as Santa Monica's only inpatient unit for pediatric care. The unit also houses the Daltrey/Townshend Teen and Young Adult Cancer Program with its Teen Lounge, where teens can relax, play video games or music and just be themselves. UCLA Rape Treatment Center and its Stuart House facility for sexually abused children serve as national models for the treatment of rape victims and their families. UCLA Breast Health, Santa Monica, also located within the UCLA medical building, provides personalized, multi-disciplinary breast care in a compassionate and supportive environment. Unique to the center is our "one-day, one-team" approach, where patients are seen by our team of board-certified specialists in breast surgery, reconstructive plastic surgery and medical and radiation oncology during their first appointment. A patient navigator serves as the guide and single contact to assist with care coordination, planning, education and follow-up. The center brings the personalized-care model to a new level, delivering state-of-the-art care in a way that reduces the stress of a breast-cancer diagnosis. UCLA Radiology performs state-of-the-art imaging services in several locations throughout the Santa Monica campus. The Barbara Kort Women's Imaging Center provides mammography and other advanced imaging services in a comfortable, spa-like setting designed specifically for women. UCLA Spine Center in Santa Monica provides comprehensive medical and surgical treatment for all spinal disorders and strives to be at the forefront of research designed to bring medical advances to the clinical setting. Alliance with Orthopaedic Hospita Institute for Children UCLA and Orthopaedic Institute for Children, formerly known as "Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital," forged a strategic alliance in 1998 that led to construction of the Orthopaedic Institute as part of the new medical campus. The facility houses an outpatient clinic for adult orthopaedics, the Luskin Children's Clinic for pediatric orthopaedics, a physical-therapy gym, administrative and faculty offices and a historical display. The OIC also provides outpatient care at a clinic in downtown Los Angeles, but all of its inpatient care occurs in Santa Monica.

Certification
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization.
Prices

Cardiac surgery

  • Fractional flow reserve (FFR) — ≈ $6,250
  • Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with angioplasty — ≈ $27,218
  • Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with stent insertion — $90,365
  • Rotational atherectomy — ≈ $12,114

Thoracic surgery

  • Removal of a malignant tumor of the chest wall — ≈ $19,806
  • Rib cancer surgical treatment — ≈ $24,249

Neurosurgery

  • Benign peripheral nerve tumor removal — ≈ $15,001
  • Brachial plexus surgery — ≈ $32,144
  • Chiari decompression surgery — ≈ $18,375
  • Facial nerve repair — ≈ $8,820
  • Nerve decompression surgery — ≈ $17,334
  • Nerve graft repair — ≈ $18,425
  • Peripheral nerve repair — ≈ $17,873

Spine surgery

  • Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) — ≈ $45,247
  • Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF) — $135,485
  • Atlantoaxial fixation — ≈ $25,935
  • Cervical fusion — $132,870
  • Cervical laminectomy — ≈ $29,877
  • Corpectomy + Spinal stabilisation — ≈ $50,718
  • Device for intervertebral assisted motion (DIAM) — $0
  • Discectomy — ≈ $32,990
  • Extreme lateral interbody fusion (XLIF) — $0
  • Foraminotomy — ≈ $26,380
  • Hemivertebra excision — $0
  • Instrumented spine stabilization — ≈ $72,345
  • Interspinous fixation with implant — ≈ $46,606
  • Kyphoplasty — ≈ $32,499
  • Laminectomy — ≈ $77,270
  • Laminoplasty — ≈ $45,378
  • Lateral access lumbar fusion — $0
  • Lumbar fixation — $135,485
  • Lumbar laminectomy — ≈ $30,185
  • Lumbosacral plexus surgery — ≈ $40,760
  • Microdiscectomy — ≈ $33,133
  • Microscopic decompression laminectomy — ≈ $32,301
  • Microsurgical extraforaminal decompression — ≈ $28,128
  • Minimally invasive cervical laminoforaminotomy — $0
  • Minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) — ≈ $52,413
  • Nucleoplasty — ≈ $19,956
  • Occipitocervical fusion surgery — ≈ $63,785
  • Percutaneous endoscopic lumbar discectomy (PELD) — ≈ $38,267
  • Percutaneous pedicle screw fixation — ≈ $22,889
  • Posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF) — $135,485
  • Spina bifida treatment — $0
  • Spinal cord herniation surgery — $0
  • Spinal deformity correction — ≈ $75,729
  • Spinal synovial cyst removal — ≈ $1,481
  • Spine biopsy — ≈ $7,770
  • Spine dynamic stabilization — ≈ $27,503
  • Spine fractures surgical treatment — ≈ $65,886
  • Spine tumor surgery — ≈ $64,306
  • Surgery for spondylolisthesis — ≈ $98,331
  • Surgical spine procedures — ≈ $60,439
  • Tailbone removal — $0
  • Thoracic discectomy — ≈ $36,536
  • Thoracic laminectomy — ≈ $29,765
  • Thoracic spine fixation — $135,485
  • Total en bloc spondylectomy (TES) — ≈ $82,839
  • Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) — ≈ $54,272
  • Vertebroplasty — ≈ $24,097

Orthopedic surgery

  • Above-the-knee amputations (AKA) — ≈ $17,580
  • Achilles tendon repair surgery — ≈ $17,158
  • Acromioclavicular joint reconstruction — ≈ $19,351
  • Ankle arthrodesis — ≈ $22,497
  • Ankle fracture surgery — ≈ $17,564
  • Ankle ligament reconstruction surgery — ≈ $11,585
  • Ankle osteophyte removal — ≈ $6,236
  • Ankle osteotomy — ≈ $25,228
  • Arthrocentesis — ≈ $2,014
  • Arthroscopic adhesiolysis of the knee joint — $0
  • Arthroscopic arthrolysis — ≈ $13,354
  • Arthroscopic biceps tenodesis — ≈ $11,032
  • Arthroscopic capsular release of the ankle joint — ≈ $11,251
  • Arthroscopic chondroplasty — ≈ $17,490
  • Arthroscopic elbow debridement — ≈ $5,840
  • Arthroscopic jumper's knee surgery — ≈ $14,050
  • Arthroscopic knee debridement — ≈ $22,901
  • Arthroscopic labrum refixation surgery — ≈ $16,659
  • Arthroscopic loose bodies removal — ≈ $9,639
  • Arthroscopic meniscus repair — ≈ $22,540
  • Arthroscopic partial meniscectomy — ≈ $20,925
  • Arthroscopic reconstruction of the knee ligament — ≈ $26,990
  • Arthroscopic reconstruction of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) — ≈ $27,575
  • Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair — ≈ $23,831
  • Arthroscopic shoulder remplissage procedure — ≈ $18,095
  • Arthroscopic synovectomy of the knee joint — ≈ $15,428
  • Arthroscopic total meniscectomy — ≈ $19,062
  • Arthroscopic treatment of prepatellar bursitis — ≈ $10,811
  • Arthroscopic trochanter bursitis surgery — ≈ $10,975
  • Athletic pubalgia surgery — ≈ $14,442
  • Baker's cyst surgery — ≈ $10,386
  • Bankart shoulder repair surgery — ≈ $24,953
  • Below-the-knee amputation (BKA) — ≈ $17,582
  • Biceps tenotomy — ≈ $11,270
  • Bow legs surgery — ≈ $17,414
  • Carpal tunnel surgery — ≈ $6,307
  • Clavicle osteosynthesis — ≈ $18,384
  • Claw toe surgery — ≈ $9,573
  • Clubfoot surgical treatment — ≈ $11,638
  • Complex foot surgery — ≈ $23,196
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome surgery — ≈ $9,861
  • De Quervain's tendon release — ≈ $6,431
  • Delayed osteosynthesis — ≈ $31,913
  • Diabetic foot surgery — ≈ $31,258
  • Diagnostic arthroscopy — ≈ $12,686
  • Distal biceps tendon repair surgery — ≈ $16,561
  • Dupuytren's contracture surgery — ≈ $8,549
  • Elbow arthroscopy — ≈ $15,078
  • Elbow fracture surgery — ≈ $12,334
  • Elbow osteotomy — ≈ $16,353
  • Elbow replacement — ≈ $26,250
  • External fixation — ≈ $4,891
  • Fasciotomy of the lower limb — ≈ $12,732
  • Femoral osteotomy — ≈ $26,363
  • Finger reconstruction — ≈ $10,375
  • Finger/toe amputation surgery — ≈ $8,903
  • First metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis — ≈ $22,050
  • Foot and ankle arthroscopy — ≈ $15,839
  • Foot and ankle tendon surgery — ≈ $11,143
  • Foot arthrodesis — ≈ $19,219
  • Foot deformity correction — ≈ $16,656
  • Foot drop surgery — ≈ $19,110
  • Foot ganglion cyst removal — ≈ $7,423
  • Forearm fasciotomy — ≈ $14,904
  • Forearm fracture surgery — ≈ $10,698
  • Frozen shoulder surgery — ≈ $10,869
  • Guyon's canal release — ≈ $7,999
  • Haglund's deformity surgery — ≈ $12,405
  • Hallux rigidus surgery — ≈ $8,434
  • Hallux valgus surgery — ≈ $15,824
  • Hammer toe surgery — ≈ $7,357
  • Hamstring syndrome surgery — ≈ $12,688
  • Hand amputation surgery — ≈ $11,705
  • Hand ganglion cyst removal — ≈ $6,433
  • Hand rejuvenation with structural fat grafting — ≈ $11,371
  • Hand surgery — ≈ $23,027
  • Hand tendon surgery — ≈ $6,424
  • Heel bursectomy — ≈ $13,457
  • High tibial osteotomy — ≈ $29,916
  • Hindfoot fracture surgery — ≈ $27,302
  • Hip arthrodesis — ≈ $27,317
  • Hip arthroscopy — ≈ $12,600
  • Hip core decompression — ≈ $19,070
  • Hip debridement surgery — $0
  • Hip fracture surgery — ≈ $26,250
  • Hip osteotomy — ≈ $28,358
  • Hip revision — $185,185
  • Hip surgery — $90,005
  • Humerus fracture surgical treatment — ≈ $18,404
  • Interphalangeal joint arthrodesis — ≈ $16,446
  • Intramedullary nailing — ≈ $15,927
  • Joint dislocation reduction — ≈ $18,084
  • Kidner procedure — ≈ $5,882
  • Knee arthroscopy — ≈ $11,025
  • Knee osteotomy — ≈ $31,491
  • Knee revision — $185,185
  • Lapidus arthrodesis — ≈ $26,712
  • Latarjet procedure — ≈ $17,397
  • Mallet finger surgery — ≈ $7,210
  • Mallet toe surgery — ≈ $10,084
  • Morton’s neuroma surgery — ≈ $4,635
  • Mumford procedure — ≈ $15,495
  • Muscle transfer — $0
  • Open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) — ≈ $15,817
  • Orthopedic surgery for cerebral palsy — $0
  • Osgood–Schlatter disease (OSD) surgery — ≈ $8,853
  • Osteosynthesis — ≈ $21,440
  • Outerbridge-Kashiwagi procedure — ≈ $11,177
  • Partial patellectomy — ≈ $23,392
  • Patella fracture surgery — ≈ $14,321
  • Patella stabilisation surgery — ≈ $19,364
  • Pediatric arthroscopy — $0
  • Percutaneous pinning — ≈ $10,438
  • Piriformis syndrome surgery — ≈ $7,144
  • Plantar fasciitis surgery — ≈ $8,543
  • Polydactyly surgery — ≈ $5,040
  • Quadriceps tendon reconstruction — ≈ $31,919
  • Quadricepsplasty — ≈ $31,856
  • Radial head excision — ≈ $11,852
  • Radial head fracture surgery — ≈ $17,437
  • Removal of external fixator — ≈ $3,510
  • Removal of osteosynthetic material — $0
  • Revision Achilles tendon reconstruction — ≈ $39,910
  • Rotator cuff repair — ≈ $14,995
  • Running injuries surgical treatment — ≈ $7,268
  • SLAP repair surgery — ≈ $24,987
  • Scaphoid pseudarthrosis reconstruction — ≈ $12,459
  • Shoulder arthroscopy — ≈ $19,608
  • Shoulder disarticulation — ≈ $28,687
  • Shoulder osteotomy — ≈ $15,562
  • Shoulder stabilisation surgery — ≈ $14,298
  • Shoulder subacromial decompression surgery — ≈ $14,135
  • Sternal fracture treatment — ≈ $17,134
  • Surgery for hip impingement — ≈ $19,810
  • Surgical Treatments for Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease — ≈ $15,882
  • Surgical treatment of congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia — ≈ $79,955
  • Surgical treatment of elbow instability — ≈ $14,347
  • Surgical treatment of hip dysplasia — ≈ $16,149
  • Surgical treatment of non-unions — ≈ $11,844
  • Syndactyly surgery — ≈ $4,620
  • Tailor's bunion surgery — ≈ $16,306
  • Tarsal coalition surgery — $0
  • Tarsal tunnel surgery — ≈ $8,308
  • Tendon repair — ≈ $9,791
  • Tendon transfer — ≈ $12,400
  • Tennis elbow surgery — ≈ $6,618
  • Tenotomy — ≈ $6,950
  • Toe joint arthroscopy — ≈ $16,233
  • Toe shortening surgery — ≈ $7,589
  • Tommy John surgery — ≈ $9,744
  • Total hip replacement (Unilateral) — $93,535
  • Total knee replacement (Unilateral) — $437,760
  • Total patellectomy — ≈ $8,833
  • Total shoulder replacement — ≈ $26,250
  • Trapeziectomy — ≈ $13,434
  • Trigger finger release — ≈ $5,337
  • Upper limb amputation — ≈ $17,561
  • Weil osteotomy surgery — ≈ $10,216
  • Wrist arthroscopy — ≈ $15,213
  • Wrist fracture surgery — ≈ $14,307
  • Wrist ligament repair — ≈ $17,045
  • Wrist synovectomy — ≈ $3,275

Oncology

  • Abdominoperineal resection (APR) — ≈ $60,025
  • Chemotherapy for bone cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for colorectal cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for gallbladder cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for head and neck cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for leukemia — from $58,590
  • Chemotherapy for liver cancer — $0
  • Chemotherapy for lymphoma — $142,800
  • Chemotherapy for myeloma — $0
  • Chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer — $76,315
  • Chemotherapy for soft tissue sarcoma — $0
  • Chemotherapy for stomach cancer — $75,145
  • Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy — $0
  • Colon polypectomy — ≈ $4,927
  • Colorectal endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) — ≈ $9,027
  • Hartmann's operation — ≈ $36,244
  • Hemicolectomy — $163,500
  • Immune checkpoint inhibitors — $0
  • Intersphincteric resection (ISR) — ≈ $22,942
  • Intra-arterial chemotherapy (IAC) — $0
  • Low anterior resection (LAR) — ≈ $23,780
  • Monoclonal antibodies therapy (mAbs) — $0
  • Natural killer (NK) cell therapy — $0
  • Pelvic bone resection — ≈ $29,409
  • Proctocolectomy — ≈ $68,333
  • Rectum anterior resection — ≈ $39,743
  • Sigmoidectomy — ≈ $42,862
  • Small bowel resection — $163,500
  • Soft tissue tumor removal — ≈ $22,321
  • Surgery for bone cancer — ≈ $32,861
  • Total colectomy — $163,500
  • Total skin electron therapy (TSET) — $0
  • Transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEM) — ≈ $11,221

Prices for selected procedures, total
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Cardiac surgery
Price, USD
≈ $6,250
≈ $27,218
$90,365
≈ $12,114
Thoracic surgery
Price, USD
≈ $19,806
≈ $24,249
Neurosurgery
Price, USD
≈ $15,001
≈ $32,144
≈ $18,375
≈ $8,820
≈ $17,334
≈ $18,425
≈ $17,873
Spine surgery
Price, USD
≈ $45,247
$135,485
≈ $25,935
$132,870
≈ $29,877
≈ $50,718
by request
≈ $32,990
by request
≈ $26,380
by request
≈ $72,345
≈ $46,606
≈ $32,499
≈ $77,270
≈ $45,378
by request
$135,485
≈ $30,185
≈ $40,760
≈ $33,133
≈ $32,301
≈ $28,128
by request
≈ $52,413
≈ $19,956
≈ $63,785
≈ $38,267
≈ $22,889
$135,485
by request
by request
≈ $75,729
≈ $1,481
≈ $7,770
≈ $27,503
≈ $65,886
≈ $64,306
≈ $98,331
≈ $60,439
by request
≈ $36,536
≈ $29,765
$135,485
≈ $82,839
≈ $54,272
≈ $24,097
Orthopedic surgery
Price, USD
≈ $17,580
≈ $17,158
≈ $19,351
≈ $22,497
≈ $17,564
≈ $11,585
≈ $6,236
≈ $25,228
≈ $2,014
by request
≈ $13,354
≈ $11,032
≈ $11,251
≈ $17,490
≈ $5,840
≈ $14,050
≈ $22,901
≈ $16,659
≈ $9,639
≈ $22,540
≈ $20,925
≈ $26,990
≈ $27,575
≈ $23,831
≈ $18,095
≈ $15,428
≈ $19,062
≈ $10,811
≈ $10,975
≈ $14,442
≈ $10,386
≈ $24,953
≈ $17,582
≈ $11,270
≈ $17,414
≈ $6,307
≈ $18,384
≈ $9,573
≈ $11,638
≈ $23,196
≈ $9,861
≈ $6,431
≈ $31,913
≈ $31,258
≈ $12,686
≈ $16,561
≈ $8,549
≈ $15,078
≈ $12,334
≈ $16,353
≈ $26,250
≈ $4,891
≈ $12,732
≈ $26,363
≈ $10,375
≈ $8,903
≈ $22,050
≈ $15,839
≈ $11,143
≈ $19,219
≈ $16,656
≈ $19,110
≈ $7,423
≈ $14,904
≈ $10,698
≈ $10,869
≈ $7,999
≈ $12,405
≈ $8,434
≈ $15,824
≈ $7,357
≈ $12,688
≈ $11,705
≈ $6,433
≈ $11,371
≈ $23,027
≈ $6,424
≈ $13,457
≈ $29,916
≈ $27,302
≈ $27,317
≈ $12,600
≈ $19,070
by request
≈ $26,250
≈ $28,358
$185,185
$90,005
≈ $18,404
≈ $16,446
≈ $15,927
≈ $18,084
≈ $5,882
≈ $11,025
≈ $31,491
$185,185
≈ $26,712
≈ $17,397
≈ $7,210
≈ $10,084
≈ $4,635
≈ $15,495
by request
≈ $15,817
by request
≈ $8,853
≈ $21,440
≈ $11,177
≈ $23,392
≈ $14,321
≈ $19,364
by request
≈ $10,438
≈ $7,144
≈ $8,543
≈ $5,040
≈ $31,919
≈ $31,856
≈ $11,852
≈ $17,437
≈ $3,510
by request
≈ $39,910
≈ $14,995
≈ $7,268
≈ $24,987
≈ $12,459
≈ $19,608
≈ $28,687
≈ $15,562
≈ $14,298
≈ $14,135
≈ $17,134
≈ $19,810
≈ $15,882
≈ $79,955
≈ $14,347
≈ $16,149
≈ $11,844
≈ $4,620
≈ $16,306
by request
≈ $8,308
≈ $9,791
≈ $12,400
≈ $6,618
≈ $6,950
≈ $16,233
≈ $7,589
≈ $9,744
$93,535
$437,760
≈ $8,833
≈ $26,250
≈ $13,434
≈ $5,337
≈ $17,561
≈ $10,216
≈ $15,213
≈ $14,307
≈ $17,045
≈ $3,275
Oncology
Price, USD
≈ $60,025
by request
by request
by request
by request
from $58,590
by request
$142,800
by request
$76,315
by request
$75,145
by request
≈ $4,927
≈ $9,027
≈ $36,244
$163,500
by request
≈ $22,942
by request
≈ $23,780
by request
by request
≈ $29,409
≈ $68,333
≈ $39,743
≈ $42,862
$163,500
≈ $22,321
≈ $32,861
$163,500
by request
≈ $11,221
3.6
Overall rating: 4
October 30, 2023
Overall my experience was satisfactory. Dr. Peter was so professional and courteous. However, one of his assistants charged with cleaning up my facial wounds didn't read my chart and proceeded to push hard enough to wipe dried blood off of my nose before I winced in pain. Her response was "the stitches are up here, not on the side", to which my reply was "I have a fractured nose. Didn't you read my chart before you started treating me???". Everyone else was very professional and compassionate. Please teach the assistants to read the chart before they start pressing on fractured bones. It's not a big ask. Thanks, Dr. Peter and the rest of the staff!
Overall rating: 3
November 08, 2023
My wife is currently a patient. She flew from Our home in Mexico to get treated for cancer at supposedly one of the top 5 cancer hospitals in US. The friendly and efficient staff, good food service and spacious room are the only reasons for the 3 stars. But though she was found to have cancer in 6 areas of her body, she never saw an oncologist or any specialist for that matter during her stay. All they do here is diagnostic tests, that you have to repeatedly ask for results. All specialists are seen at clinics spread all over LA. :No treatment is done for in patients" one doctor said. So, now we have to waste precious days running all over the place to get a firm diagnosis which they were unable to do at UCLA Santa Monica. They said they did not do biopsies here. We have had experience at a number of smaller hospitals in various parts of the country and the specialist always came to the patient, and biopsies were done at the hospital. This hospital is a "gas guzzling" machine. Not at all patient centered. Really, really bad system. Look for another hospital. More...just saw a specialist at a clinic who said the hospital does do biopsies and not sure why it wasn't done. .
Overall rating: 2
November 29, 2023
ER -great Nurse-amazing Clean hospital -great One problem they are here to make money. All three doctors didn't review meds. I complained about side effects. They don't care. They take 10min and they run away. Complete fraud!!!! Doctors upstairs do not take time to study and you can't locate them. They hide!!! This is not right. doctors need to be available all the time on each floor!!!! All doctors are new. No experience
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