Faculty



Facility

USC University Hospital (UH) is a private, 411-bed acute care hospital staffed by The Doctors of USC, also faculty at the USC Keck School of Medicine. Opened in 1991, this modern facility, which has been continually updated as part of the capital improvement campaign at USC, offers cutting edge, sophisticated medical care. Among the hospital's advanced services are neurointerventional radiology, minimally invasive cardiothoracic surgery, robotic surgery and interventional cardiology. Surgical specialties include organ transplantation and neurosurgery, as well as cardiothoracic, bariatric, esophageal, orthopedic, and plastic and reconstructive surgery.

The operative experience in the USC Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at UH is exceptionally strong, with a broad experience in microsurgical cancer reconstruction, hand surgery, and general plastic surgery.

For more information please visit:
http://www.uscuniversityhospital.org/

 

One of only a few facilities in Southern California built exclusively for cancer research and patient care, USC Norris Cancer Hospital is a 60-bed inpatient facility providing acute and critical care. The hospital features a designated bone marrow transplantation unit and a surgical unit with specially trained staff who strive to meet the unique needs of cancer patients and their loved ones.

USC Norris Cancer Hospital is affiliated with the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center - one of the original nine comprehensive cancer centers designated by the National Cancer Institute. The Cancer Center recently opened 99,000 square feet of new laboratory research space, including space for the new Epigenome Center. The close affiliation between the hospital and cancer center offers immediate benefit to patients seeking the latest breakthroughs in cancer prevention and treatment. Clinical trials are available for eligible patients who may have failed conventional cancer treatment.

Staffed by The Doctors of USC, who are also faculty at the renowned Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, USC Norris Cancer Hospital offers advanced treatment in an intimate setting primarily devoted to cancer treatment and research. Treatment options may include surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy, and newer approaches to cancer management, such as immunotherapy and gene therapy.

Plastic Surgery at the USC Norris Cancer Hospital includes a full range of reconstructive procedures for patients during and after their cancer treatment.

For more information please visit:
http://www.uscnorriscancerhospital.org/