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Mission Statement

The Mission of USC University Hospital is to be a nationally respected provider of the highest quality, specialized acute inpatient and outpatient health care services and translational research in collaboration with the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California.


USC University Hospital is a private research and teaching hospital staffed by the faculty of USC's renowned Keck School of Medicine. Here, in the heart of Los Angeles, USCUH brings together the caring atmosphere of a private hospital with the advanced skills, experience and research capabilities of a prominent medical school. As a teaching hospital, USCUH provides specialized medical and surgical services, including bariatric surgery, cardiovascular medicine, cardiovascular surgery, general surgery, multi-organ transplantation (cadaveric and live donor), neurology, neurosurgery, ophthamology, orthopaedics, plastic and reconstructive surgery and transfusion-free medicine and surgery.

Named by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's best hospitals, USCUH provides technological sophistication such as robotic surgery, Gamma Knife, sterotactic radio surgery and 3 Tesla MRI, with whole body, neuro and cardiac capabilities. USCUH is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.



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by Cynthia Z. from Los Angeles, CA (2009-09-01 09:28:21.0)
Volunteering at the USC University hospital was a very educating experience for me. I volunteered there for one and a half years and during my time there I met many of the hospital staff and personally attended to many patients whether it was walking with them or even just talking to them. The staff there are the sweetest and most hardworking people I've ever met. They were all passionate about their jobs and were always on task. Personally, I volunteered in about 6 different areas. The things I did varied in all the areas: setting up for big events, paperwork, flower deliveries and birthday wishes, data input on the computer, and walking patients around the hospital. If you like to help people whether they need you like the patients might or the staff that are always looking for an extra pair of hands then this place is for you.