Ahmanson/UCLA Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center

Los Angeles, CA — (310) 825-9011

There are board certified ACHD physicians at this location.

100 UCLA Medical Plaza Dr.
Suite 630 east
Los Angeles, CA 90095
United States

(310) 825-9011
(310) 825-9011
(310) 825-9011
achdc@mednet.ucla.edu
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Yes

Affiliations

Ronald Reagan Medical Center
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
David Geffen School of Medicine

Clinic Staffing

Medical Director

Jamil Aboulhosn, MD Professional ACHA Member
ACHD
15
100%

Administrative Program Director/Manager

Andrew Yuen
BA

5 Additional Cardiologists attend Clinic

Jeremy Moore, MD, MS Professional ACHA Member
ACHD, Peds, Ped Card, Ped EP, Cardiac Device

Nursing & Other Staff

4
Katrina Whalen RN, MSN, NP
Vanessa Kalis RN, DNP, NP
Caroline Moh RN, MSN, NP
David Highfill LCSW
Jennifer Doliner RN
Veronica Olmedo Clinical Coordinator
Adriana Magallanes Insurance Specialist

Care Setting

14
UCLA Cardiovascular Center
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
UCLA Cardiology Sattelite Clinics
Yes
Yes
Adult Hospital
Adult Hospital
Adult Hospital
Yes
Yes - at age 18
Yes, weekly
Yes

Training & Research

Yes
Formal dedicated ACHD fellowship (2 year)
Yes
2020
2020

Satellite Clinics

Data valid at 2019

Director's Description

Welcome to the Ahmanson/UCLA Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center, the first and one of the largest facilities of its kind in the United States. Founded in 1980, the Center is a national and international tertiary care resource that provides services to the growing number of patients with congenital heart disease who reach adulthood.

In addition to its emphasis on the highest quality of patient care, the Center is a major training and research facility, focused on preparing our next generation of adult congenital heart disease healthcare providers and advancing our understanding of the long- term issues and risks confronting adults with congenital heart disease. The Ahmanson/UCLA Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center provides state of the art care to adult patients with congenital heart disease.