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"Thank you to Dr. Rastogi, UCLA CORE Kidney Health Program and all the panelists for a wonderful CORE Kidney Health Conference! As a fellow Bruin Bean member, being able to attend and help with the conference has been such a wholesome experience. BBHC and the CORE Kidney Health Program has allowed me to learn more about kidney health and partake in such wonderful events as the CORE Kidney Conference. I am so grateful to be a part of a club built off awareness, medical literacy and community knowledge. Through BBHC and the program, I have been allowed to spread awareness to my own community locally and internationally. I am looking forward to more of what the CORE Kidney Health Program has in store!"

"They attend very well to me. Was born. My baby is 10 years old (Original) Atienden muy bien ai. Nació. Mi bebe ase 10 años"

"Excellent service and quality of care (Original) Excelente servicio y calidad de atención"


"Well off the curb, sitting behind a large trailer, is a small building that serves as reception for four KAISER PERMANENTE (KP) LOS ANGELES MEDICAL CENTER's MRI systems. There are several more MRIs in KP's LA Hospital complex, across the street.¹ The "bungalow," as it is called, separates outpatients from inpatients; making it easier to find the MRI, without entering the multi-story campus. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Everything is well maintained and wheelchair accessible. A Covid-19 mask is required. Parking, in KP's multi-story, ADA compatible lot, is just south on Edgemont street. Parking cost $3 a hour to a maximum of $14 a day. When exiting, pay using the Pedestrian Entrance electronic cashier and retain the receipt. It will be needed when driving out. Street parking is very difficult. ¹ MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, a non-invasive diagnostic tool, using powerful magnets, to scan the inside of your body. There is no pain and very little discomfort. For safety, magnetic metals must be removed from your person. The powerful magnets can cause small metal objects to become dangerous projectiles. That includes hair pins, rings, belts, earrings, etc. I was asked, "Do you have medical implants." I showed a card, given to me after a previous surgery, showing that my implants are "MRI Compatible." I was cleared for the procedure. Removing my shirt, downing a hospital gown (open in the back), I left my personal property in a locked cabinet in a separate changing room. Credit cards, cellphones, and watches are not allowed, as they can be damaged by the magnetic field. Ear plugs are supplied to protect from MRI's loud, strange sounds. Then, laying on a padded table, covered with a light blanket, handed an emergency communication button, I was rolled inside the MRI's large electro-magnet ring. My head nestled in a formed pillow, as it must remain still during the procedure. I've told, time inside the machine will vary, depending on th..."

"During the beginning of my pregnancy I would have to go into the emergency room very often and every single time I’ve gone I’ve received amazing service. The nurses were so attentive and kind. Like any hospital they’re extremely busy, so time wait can be a little long, but nonetheless they do their job as efficiently as they can. Being new to the state and having gone to other hospitals I must say that they are far more superior to the ones I’ve been to."

"I can't believe there are no reviews of this place. This place is a joke. horrible treatment of people who need REAL help. They send you to a place that kicks you out after 24 hours. I feel real bad for people who have no support system and need help that last more than a day. :("

"All the times that we have visited the Neurology dept we have nothing but a great experience. The staffs and doctors are wonderful. We never have to wait long to be seen and they take their time in explaining everything to us."




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Thank you to Dr. Rastogi, UCLA CORE Kidney Health Program and all the panelists for a wonderful CORE Kidney Health Conference! As a fellow Bruin Bean member, being able to attend and help with the conference has been such a wholesome experience. BBHC and the CORE Kidney Health Program has allowed me to learn more about kidney health and partake in such wonderful events as the CORE Kidney Conference. I am so grateful to be a part of a club built off awareness, medical literacy and community knowledge. Through BBHC and the program, I have been allowed to spread awareness to my own community locally and internationally. I am looking forward to more of what the CORE Kidney Health Program has in store!

They attend very well to me. Was born. My baby is years old Atienden muy bien ai. Nació. Mi bebe ase años

Excellent service and quality of care Excelente servicio y calidad de atención

Great building with helpful people when you need it.

Well off the curb, sitting behind a large trailer, is a small building that serves as reception for four KAISER PERMANENTE (KP) LOS ANGELES MEDICAL CENTER's MRI systems. There are several more MRIs in KP's LA Hospital complex, across the street.¹ The "bungalow," as it is called, separates outpatients from inpatients; making it easier to find the MRI, without entering the multi-story campus. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Everything is well maintained and wheelchair accessible. A Covid- mask is required. Parking, in KP's multi-story, ADA compatible lot, is just south on Edgemont street. Parking cost $3 a hour to a maximum of $ a day. When exiting, pay using the Pedestrian Entrance electronic cashier and retain the receipt. It will be needed when driving out. Street parking is very difficult. ¹ MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, a non-invasive diagnostic tool, using powerful magnets, to scan the inside of your body. There is no pain and very little discomfort. For safety, magnetic metals must be removed from your person. The powerful magnets can cause small metal objects to become dangerous projectiles. That includes hair pins, rings, belts, earrings, etc. I was asked, "Do you have medical implants." I showed a card, given to me after a previous surgery, showing that my implants are "MRI Compatible." I was cleared for the procedure. Removing my shirt, downing a hospital gown (open in the back), I left my personal property in a locked cabinet in a separate changing room. Credit cards, cellphones, and watches are not allowed, as they can be damaged by the magnetic field. Ear plugs are supplied to protect from MRI's loud, strange sounds. Then, laying on a padded table, covered with a light blanket, handed an emergency communication button, I was rolled inside the MRI's large electro-magnet ring. My head nestled in a formed pillow, as it must remain still during the procedure. I've told, time inside the machine will vary, depending on the test performed. Mine took about minutes. I felt no pain and very little discomfort. A friend had warned me, that he experienced some claustrophobia during the examination, however, I had none. Test results, will be provided to me by my doctor.

During the beginning of my pregnancy I would have to go into the emergency room very often and every single time I’ve gone I’ve received amazing service. The nurses were so attentive and kind. Like any hospital they’re extremely busy, so time wait can be a little long, but nonetheless they do their job as efficiently as they can. Being new to the state and having gone to other hospitals I must say that they are far more superior to the ones I’ve been to.

I can't believe there are no reviews of this place. This place is a joke. horrible treatment of people who need REAL help. They send you to a place that kicks you out after hours. I feel real bad for people who have no support system and need help that last more than a day. :(

All the times that we have visited the Neurology dept we have nothing but a great experience. The staffs and doctors are wonderful. We never have to wait long to be seen and they take their time in explaining everything to us.

They deal with patients and their attitudes effortlessly

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