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UCLA Head and Neck Surgery


Patient Resources

UCLA Department of Head and Neck Surgery physicians are committed to maintaining excellence in patient care. Consultative and therapeutic services are provided for adult and pediatric patients with conditions pertaining to voice, swallowing, and airway disorders, hearing and balance disorders, nasal and sinus disorders, head and neck surgical oncology, and microvascular and reconstructive surgery. Our staff is available to assist you in selecting a specialist and discussing a referral. 


For assistance in determining which of our physicians may have the expertise to help you, call the UCLA Head and Neck Surgery Information phone number:Patient Resources for UCLA Head and Neck Surgery

Appointments and Information: (310) 206-6688

Maps, Directions, and Parking Information

The UCLA Department of Head and Neck Surgery has multiple office locations. For specific directions and parking information, please visit our Maps and Directions page.

Preparing For Surgery

For information on how to prepare for your surgery and what to expect throughout the entire process, visit our Preparing for Surgery page.

International Patients

Each year over 1,000 patients travel from other countries to seek care at UCLA.  For information about becoming a patient at UCLA, visit the International Relations website.

To begin the process of becoming a patient at UCLA, contact our International Patient Coordinator:

Phone: +1 (310) 794-8759
E-mail: international@mednet.ucla.edu
Fax: +1 (310) 267-4810


For information on accommodations near the medical center, including independent hotels, descriptions and prices, please visit the UCLA Health System Patient and Visitors Lodging page.

Contact Information

For contact information for our various locations, please visit our Contact Us section.

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