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             Harbor Master Plan Meeting
                   June 22, 2011
  The mission of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is to
 provide high quality, cost-effective, patient-centered
care through leadership in medical practice, education,
   and research. Services are provided through an
integrated health care delivery system to residents of
   Los Angeles County regardless of ability to pay.
Harbor-UCLA strives to meet the needs
of the surrounding community
Income and health insurance status
Household income < 100% Federal Poverty Level

Adults who lack health insurance

Source: LACDPH, Key Indicators of Health
Education & employment
 Employment status

  Level of educational attainment

Source: LACDPH, Key Indicators of Health
Chronic disease burden
Percent of adults with specific diagnoses/ conditions

 Diabetes                                      High blood pressure

 Obesity                                       Frequent mental distress

Source: LACDPH, Key Indicators of Health
Communicable disease burden
Incidence of communicable diseases
Annual new cases per 100,000 population

 HIV (age 13+)                             TB

 Chlamydia                                 Gonorrhea

Source: LACDPH, Key Indicators of Health
Harbor-UCLA Physical Site is dedicated to
clinical, educational, and research activities
Acres: 72
Total Building space: ~1,000,000 square feet equally divided into:
• Eight-story acute care facility completed in 1963
• Complex of one-story building trailers and wooden; many of which pre-date
   the hospital and are used primarily as research laboratories and clinics

Los Angeles Biomedical Research
Institute (LA BioMed)

 •   Leading independent, nonprofit biomedical research institute
 •   Research partnership with Harbor-UCLA since 1952
 •   950 employees; 700 on the Harbor Campus
 •   Partnership has generated novel diagnostic tests, vaccines,
     pharmaceuticals, and delivery system innovations
 •   Provides community services, including childhood immunization
     and nutritional assistance
 •   Participates in training of MD and PhD scientists
 •   Affiliated with the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
 Harbor offers a full range of medical and
 surgical services
Admissions by service

Source: Harbor 2009-2010 Coastal Cluster Profile
Hospital admissions have increased by
11% over the last five years

Source: Harbor 2009-2010 Coastal Cluster Profile
 Ambulatory care services are also
 Number of outpatient visits                   Visits by Service

Source: Harbor 2009-2010 Coastal Cluster Profile
 Emergency and surgical service volume
 is also trending up

Source: Harbor 2009-2010 Coastal Cluster Profile
  The Surgery/ER Replacement Project is
  critical to improving Harbor’s clinical
  services and structural amenities

• Adds 190,300 square feet to the hospital

• 1st Floor – ER/Trauma treatment area

• 2nd Floor – 16 operating room suites with surgical support space

• New 8 story elevator tower

• 3 level, 544 space parking structure

• New vehicle entrance at Carson Street

• Opens Mid 2013
Surgery/ER Replacement Project Status

  Completion of Steel Installation      Concrete Deck Pours and Pumps
           March 2011                             May 2011

         Roof Deck Poor              First Floor Slab Preparation of ER Lobby
           May 2011                                  May 2011            15