To Make an Appointment
Please contact our office at 310-794-1195 to schedule an appointment.
You will need to have your patient registration ID number ready.
Please have your physician fax the Neurology Consultation Form to 310-301-5391.
The general Neurology clinic provides care to patients with a broad spectrum of neurological problems. This clinic also manages the neurologic complications of comorbid medical conditions including rhematological disorders and endocrine disorders. Patients with headaches, neuropathy, and low back pain may be seen in this clinic.
Referral and Consultation
Physician Referral Required
Patients must be referred by a primary care physician or subspecialist within the community. If a patient needs to be seen the same day for an urgent problem, the patient can be seen by a core group of general neurologists who provide full-time coverage in the center. If a patient is physician-referred, a timely appointment will be scheduled for a general neurology consultation or for a second-opinion consultation in one of the subspeciality areas.
A UCLA patient registration number is required for each patient cared for at the UCLA Medical Center. If you have never seen a UCLA physician before, you are required to obtain a UCLA medical record number prior to your appointment. If you have not already done so, contact the Patient Pre-Registration Coordinator at 800-825-2631 and inform them of your upcoming appointment. To register, you will need the patient's insurance information, date of birth, social security number, home address and the referring physician's contact information. The patient will be assigned a permanent UCLA Patient ID number, records this number for your records. The Patient Registration number is needed to schedule all appointments.
How to Obtain Medical Records
- Send a written authorization request to have your medical records copied to:
UCLA Medical Correspondence
10833 Le Conte Avenue
Suite BH225 CHS 177620
Los Angeles, CA 90095
- You may also fax your request to: 310-825-3356
- UCLA Medical Group patients seen by UCLA Medical Group providers in private practice will need to contact those offices directly to obtain their medical records.
For more information regarding your visit, follow this link to the Your Visit page.