Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA
Mattel Children’s Hospital is located at the 3rd floor of UCLA Medical Center.
In 1995, Mattel Children’s Hospital became a member of the “National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions” and was classified as a "hospital within a hospital."
In 1998, the hospital was renamed the Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA in recognition of a generous pledge to the hospital by Mattel, Inc. By September 2007, the Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA will be housed in a new state-of-the-art medical facility UCLA plans to build to replace the current UCLA Medical Center. Construction of the new medical complex, designed by renowned architect I.M. Pei, began in 2000.
The outpatient Children's Health Center: serves more than 42,000 patients each year It includes an eight-bed procedure area for outpatient chemotherapy, medication infusions, and blood transfusions. The inpatient facility includes 120 beds:
- 20-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
- 23-bed level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- 77-bed refurbished ward