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International Patients
International Patients looking to become a patient at UCLA Medical Center:
 

Your International Patient Coordinator will facilitate the following process of becoming a patient at UCLA:

To contact Our International Patient Coordinator:

Phone: + (310) 794-8759
E-mail: international@mednet.ucla.edu
Fax: + (310) 267-4810 (preferably with medical records)

Mailing Address: 
International Relations Office
10920 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1800
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Note: To expedite your inquiry, please provide us with detailed information and return by email or fax: Patient Information Form.

Send Medical Records
Send complete and current medical records to UCLA International Relations including copies of any relevant radiology scans and test results.

Obtain Medical Acceptance
A UCLA physician may review your medical history. If treatment is recommend, a preliminary treatment option may be determined.

Obtain Financial Clearance
You will need to provide either an advance deposit of estimated charges or your insurance company must provide an authorization approved by UCLA that guarantees payment. Insurance authorizations can only be accepted for consideration through firms with verified contracts with UCLA Medical Center.

Schedule Appointment
Your International Patient Coordinator will help you schedule an appointment at a convenient time with the most appropriate UCLA physician. Your coordinator will help you complete all the necessary forms for appointment scheduling and registration.
Your International Patient Coordinator remains at your service from the moment you contact us and throughout your stay to coordinate any medical, financial, or service-related needs or inquiries that need to be addressed.
 

 


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