Cedars is a full-service, acute tertiary care hospital and the largest nonprofit hospital in the western United States. Cedars is located on a 24-acre site, which includes a 1.6 million square feet main complex and 12 other structures, for a total of more than 4.1 million square feet. This tertiary care facility contains 915 licensed beds for Internal Medicine, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Pediatrics and Surgery; a 133-bed community surgical hospital in Marina Del Rey; a 138-bed rehabilitation center as part of a partnership with UCLA Health and Select Medical; a Skilled Nursing Acute Rehabilitation Unit; and the 150-bed Saperstein Critical Care Tower. Cedars is a major teaching facility of the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. Biomedical research is an integral function of Cedars commitment to developing excellent patient care. Translational and clinical research at Cedars falls under the purview and oversight of the Burns and Allen Research Institute, which ranks among the nation's top non-university hospitals for competitive research funding from the National Institutes of Health and currently has more than 2000 active research projects. It includes over 270,000 square feet of laboratory and laboratory support space, including the seven-story, 216,000 square foot Barbara and Marvin Davis Research Building adjacent to the main hospital. The Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion includes 2 full floors of research space, including the Board of Governors Regenerative Medicine Institute, as well as office and clinical spaces. Specialized core facilities are shared resources servicing the entire Medical Center’s research community.
Cedars serves the diverse Los Angeles community, serving more than 1 million people each year in over 40 locations, with more than 4,500 physicians and nurses and 2000 research projects in motion, and thousands of other healthcare professionals, staff and volunteers. In FY21-22, Cedars cared for more outpatients and inpatients than ever before, with 1,797,455 outpatient visits, occurring at over 250 primary and specialty care locations throughout Los Angeles County, and had 50,132 admissions and 124,844 emergency visits for a total of 309,744 patient days within the Cedars medical network. Greater geographic expansion in southern California including Marina del Rey Hospital, affiliate Torrance Memorial Medical Center and Huntington Health, and partner Providence St. Joseph Health has created new opportunities for the coordination of care and shared expertise that benefits patients.

For more information, please visit the Cedars-Sinai website.

Last updated
January 19, 2024