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Welcome to UCLA Health

At UCLA Health, our success is measured by the quality of the patient experience. When you join our team, you’ll play a vital role in moving our organization forward and maintaining our reputation for excellence in patient care.

Employee Stories

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At UCLA Health, world-class health care begins with U. We invite you to take an inside look at our organization and our people by viewing our Employee Stories.

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Events

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Conferences and recruiting events are a great way to stay current on the latest industry trends. They also provide an excellent opportunity to meet with talented health care professionals like you. UCLA Health regularly attends events on everything from nursing to allied health and more. We invite you to explore our calendar and join us for upcoming events.

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Workplace

Employment Scam Alert

Scam Alert Icon UCLA Health Recruitment is currently being targeted by scam artists through external job board sites. Click the link below to review some tips in order to avoid becoming targeted!

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UCLA Health Recruitment is currently being targeted by scam artists through external job board sites. Here are some tips in order to avoid becoming targeted by this activity:

  • Only applicants who apply on line at www.uclahealthcareers.org will be contacted for interviews, we do not pull resumes or applications from external job boards.
  • Be sure you are only applying for positions through this website.
  • It is important to remember that UCLA does not require — and has never required — anyone seeking employment to pay any fees during its hiring process.
  • If you are asked to send money by any means, you are not communicating with anyone associated with UCLA Health.

In the event that you or someone you know is contacted by someone claiming to work for UCLA Health in a recruiting capacity and asking for any amount of money, here are steps that should immediately be followed:

  • Discontinue any communication you have with that person and do not send them anything.
  • Contact UCLA Health Recruitment right away at 310-794-0506. Anyone at that number can assist you.
  • You may also contact the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov.