Kaiser Permanente Southern California Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program

Los Angeles, CA — (323) 783-4585

There are board certified ACHD physicians at this location.

1526 N Edgemont Street
2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90027
United States

(323) 783-4585
(323) 783-4585
1-888-576-6225
paul.p.mejia@kp.org
Yes

Affiliations

Kaiser Permanente – Los Angeles Medical Center
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

Clinic Staffing

Medical Director

Daniel R. Sanchez, MD Professional ACHA Member
ACHD, IM, IM Card
5
100%

Medical Co-Director

Morris M. Salem, MD
ACHD, Peds, Ped Card
19
50%

Administrative Program Director/Manager

Paul P. Mejia, RN
BSN

2 Additional Cardiologists attend Clinic

Ronald Rosengart, MD
Peds, Ped Card
Tim Degner, MD Professional ACHA Member
Peds, Ped Card

Nursing & Other Staff

-
Paul P. Mejia RN, BSN

Care Setting

12
Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center
Yes
Yes
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
Yes
Yes - at age 18
Yes, 1-3 times per month
Yes

Training & Research

Yes
Formal ACHD rotation for general cardiology fellows (in Adult), Individualized long-term mentoring (or informal ACHD fellowship)
Yes
2018
Data valid at 2017

Director's Description

Kaiser Permanente members throughout all of Southern California are offered the opportunity to establish care at the Los Angeles Medical Center. Our program offers cutting-edge expertise in the field of adult congenital heart disease. We
perform congenital imaging including echo, transesophageal echo, CT, and MRI at our own facility. Almost all surgeries are performed in-house after thorough discussion at our regularly scheduled case conferences. We perform cutting-edge
catheter-based procedures and have some of the highest volumes in the country. Most arrhythmia management is performed without our center. Close collaboration with the Ahmanson/UCLA Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center
allows us to provide our patients with catheter-based and surgical interventions not readily available at our own institution. Lastly, regularly scheduled meetings with our perinatology group allows us to manage the highest-risk pregnancies with excellent outcomes.