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UCLA Health System jobs will change you

UCLA Health System may be the most exhilarating professional experience you will ever take on. In no uncertain terms you will know what it means to work at your absolute best. And you will be equally sure of the support, training and mentoring that UCLA gives you so that you build your confidence by building your skills. Here, you will work with, learn from and stand alongside the most accomplished professionals in their fields.

Behind all the programs, awards, technology and facilities, the driving force of UCLA Health System is human life. The passionate desire to save lives and improve lives is at the core of all of UCLA's achievements. It sets our priorities and guides our decisions. That will always be.

When we talk about training, support and guidance, it is because we know that the more we give to the healthcare professionals who have entrusted their careers to us, the more they can give to the people who have entrusted their lives to us. If you are looking for a culture that puts service to human life above all things, UCLA defines it.

UCLA Health System is part of the University of California system, whose reputation for excellence and stability is solidly established. As we are part of a greater whole, so are we also made up a series of institutions, departments, branches and services that comprise one of the most accomplished and broad-based healthcare systems in the country.  University of California jobs come with a prestigious pedigree, just consider these facts:

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is consistently ranked by U.S. News and World Report as among the top ten on its Best Hospitals Honor Roll.

We are known worldwide for our research and expertise in complex procedures. Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is ranked among the leaders in critical specialties year after year by U.S. News and World Report's Annual Honor Roll.

As a world renowned health care innovator, UCLA attracts physicians from across the nation and more than a hundred of them are cited in 'The Best Doctors in America,' based on a poll of thousands of medical specialists.

UCLA Professor Louis J. Ignarro won the Nobel Prize in October 1998. This professor in the Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology at the UCLA School of Medicine was one of three recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine whose research led to the discovery that nitric oxide is used as signal molecule by the cardiovascular system.                

  • Company Industry:Health Care / Social Assistance
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