Enjoy freedom and respect to develop innovative care plans that meet the complex needs of patients.
Reach beyond the limitations. Transform the healing process.

Our rehabilitative professionals practice the most progressive methodologies, many of which were discovered and pioneered right here, in our own UCLA departments. Part of a world-class teaching and research center, we cultivate a passion for continuous development. Here, you’ll be encouraged to publish and participate in clinical education programs, conferences and clinics.

Physical Therapy
Our range of clinically challenging programs will provide you with the broad exposure you expect and enhance your growth potential. Practice areas include outpatient, acute care and neuro rehab. Plus, outpatient Physical Therapists see a combination of ortho and neuro patients.

Occupational Therapy

Our team of Occupational Therapists apply their expertise to acute, outpatient, NICU and neuro rehab practice areas. Some of our professionals specialize further through our outpatient Hand Therapy Clinic. As part of UCLA Health and David Geffen School of Medicine, you’ll also enjoy opportunities to collaborate with physicians in specialized clinics, such as Low Vision Rehab and Hand Surgery.

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At UCLA Health, we achieve excellence in patient care consistently by following the steps outlined in CICARE.

CICARE is an acronym that describes specific behaviors that are guaranteed to result in excellent communication with patients, families and colleagues.

Every UCLA Health employee, physician and volunteer holds themselves and their colleagues accountable for practicing these six steps with everyone on every encounter.

Click on the above to learn more about CICARE.


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Connect with the patient and their family members by addressing them as Mr./Ms., or by the name they prefer.

Introduce yourself and your role.

Communicate what you are going to do, how long it is going to take, and how it will impact the patient.

Ask permission before examining the patient and anticipate patient and/or family needs, questions or concerns.

Respond to patient and/or family questions and requests with immediacy.

Exit courteously and/or with an explanation of what will come next (or when you will be back to check on them).