Programs & Services
Cedar-Sinai offers comprehensive programs and services to meet your healthcare needs and help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. Search below to learn more.
For problems with your pregnancy that require a hospital stay, this specialized unit features comfortable, private intensive-care rooms staffed by high-risk nurses and a maternal-fetal medical team that can manage all aspects of your ...
The Mechanical Circulatory Support Program offers lifesaving cardiac technology, including left and right ventricular assist devices and Total Artificial Heart. These advanced devices can be a bridge to a transplant or a permanent ...
Cedars-Sinai provides comprehensive services to prevent, diagnose and manage all forms of hereditary disorders and birth defects for patients of all ages. Services include genetic tests, risk assessment and counseling.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Group provides primary care, disease prevention and specialty care for the entire family. Patients benefit from convenient access to more than 100 primary and specialty care physicians and seamless coordination of care.
With a commitment to providing the best care, the Cedars-Sinai Medical Network offers convenient access to primary care physicians and specialists — as well as one of the finest hospitals in the country — and ensures seamless ...
In close collaboration with organizations and third-party administrators, the Cedars-Sinai Medical Provider Network team closely manages workers' compensation claims to help avoid unnecessarily long and costly injury recovery times.
The Department of Medicine's specialties are consistently ranked among the top clinical programs in the region and country by U.S. News and World Report and the University Hospitals Consortium rankings.
From early detection to clinical trials and new treatments, Cedars-Sinai specialists focus on the best choices to meet the needs of patients who suffer from this rare cancer commonly caused by exposure to asbestos.
Cedars-Sinai is an international leader in providing corrective surgery for microtia, a congenital ear deformity that can affect hearing. The team of specialists includes craniofacial plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists and otologists.
Minimally invasive surgery can be a good way to treat gynecologic conditions such as fibroids, ovarian cysts and endometriosis. These procedures often cause less pain, heal more quickly and leave smaller scars.
Supported by the American Parkinson Disease Association, the Movement Disorders Program provides diagnosis, treatment and long-term disease management to help patients stay ahead of Parkinson's disease through all of its stages.
The Multiple Myeloma and Amyloidosis Program’s multidisciplinary team offers a comprehensive range of services and treatment options based on the specific challenges of each patient’s disease characteristics and stage.
The Cedars-Sinai Multiple Sclerosis Center combines research with personalized care to help patients with multiple sclerosis and related disorders manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life.