Facilities & Resources

As a Cedars-Sinai Cardiovascular Disease fellow, you will have the opportunity to learn in some of the best-equipped outpatient, inpatient, surgical and research facilities in the world. These include:

Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center (LAMC)

Kaiser Permanente's LAMC offers services to over 3 million of its HMO members at its 460-bed referral facility.

The Biomedical Imaging Research Institute works to develop novel medical imaging, including research in cardiac translational imaging.

Burns and Allen Research Institute

Located in the Barbara and Marvin Davis Research Building, the Burns and Allen Research Institute focuses on investigations of the genetic, molecular and immunological factors that trigger disease.

The center, a division of Cedars-Sinai, provides a full range of imaging services, including nuclear, CT and MRI.

Saban Clinic

The clinic, a Cedars-Sinai training partner, provides services to low-income and underinsured patients.

Saperstein

The 150-bed Saperstein building includes a 12-bed Cardiac Intensive Care Unit and a 24-bed Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit.

Have Questions or Need Help?

If you have questions or would like to learn more about Cardiovascular Fellowships at Cedars-Sinai, please call or send us a message.

8700 Beverly Blvd.
Davis Building, Room 1015
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Dana Kramer, Academic Program Coordinator