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Bladder Cancer: Information for Patients

Comprehensive care for bladder cancer at UCLA is provided through the Institute of Urological Oncology, which is a part of the David Geffen School of Medicine's Division of Urology.

Inpatient and outpatient clinical care is provided through the Clark Urology Center and the Clark-Morrison Children's Center, both of which are housed within the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Westwood. Facilities in Santa Monica are provided by the Frank Clark Urology Center, at the Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center and Orthopaedic Hospital.

Additional inpatient and outpatient services are also provided to the community at various locations within Los Angeles County.

Make an Appointment

UCLA BuildingTo make an appointment to see a urological specialist at UCLA, please call the Urology Appointment Line.

Appointment Line
Phone: (310) 794-7700

Appointments may also be made via email by using the Online Appointment Form. Please fill out the form and one of our friendly staff will contact you to schedule an appointment.

Mailing Addresses

Clark Urology Center Westwood and
Clark-Morrison Children’s Center
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
200 Medical Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Frank Clark Urology Center Santa Monica
Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center and Orthopaedic Hospital
1260 Fifteenth St., Suite 1200
Santa Monica, CA 90404

For directions, visit our location map.

Additional Inpatient Facilities

Department of Veteran's Affairs Medical Center
11301 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90073

Phone: (310) 478-3711

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
1000 W. Carson Street
Torrance, California 90502

Phone: (310) 222-2345

Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
14445 Olive View Dr.
Sylmar, CA 91342

Phone: (818) 364-1555

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are carefully controlled research studies in which cancer patients help doctors and scientists find ways to improve health and cancer care, and to make sure the treatments are safe and effective. Each study is designed to address and answer specific scientific questions and to find better ways to prevent, diagnose or treat cancer. A clinical trial is one of the final stages resulting from the research conducted during intensive and lengthy laboratory studies.

If you are interested in finding out more about these studies, visit our Clinical Trials Guide for general information and a listing of currently open clinical trials.

Additional Resources

For more information on bladder cancer treatment services at UCLA, visit the following related website:

 

Last updated: 6/15/2010 3:12:34 PM