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Downtown Los Angeles – USC Healthcare Center

Downtown Los Angeles – USC Healthcare Center

Licensed by Keck Hospital of USC
830 S. Flower St.
 Los Angeles, CA 90017
General Hours:
Monday - Friday
8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Telehealth Appointments Available

Our Location

We are a multidisciplinary practice designed for busy professionals in downtown Los Angeles. Same-day appointments typically are available.

Call for an Appointment
(800) USC-CARE (800-872-2273)

We offer medical services such as dermatology, endocrinology, geriatrics, gynecology, head and neck surgery, hepatology (liver, gallbladder, pancreas and biliary ducts), internal medicine, neurology, nutritional services, occupational therapy, orthopaedic surgery, podiatry, primary care, psychiatry and behavioral services, rheumatology and urology.

Specialty services include Mohs and dermatologic surgery, including cosmetic procedures such as facial peels and laser skin resurfacing. We also house a voice center with an acoustically enhanced voice therapy room.

In addition, our clinic offers 3-D mammography, cardio stress testing, laboratory services and X-ray, all in one location.

We also offer an Executive Health Program for individuals or companies. Our Executive Health Program includes free parking and an extended annual physical that includes blood work, BMI assessment, and hearing and vision check. Interested parties may contact us at (800) USC-CARE.

Parking Information

Parking is located on Hope Street, directly behind the clinic. Parking is $8.

Insurance Information

Keck Medicine of USC accepts most insurance plans, working in collaboration with many local and national managed care networks.

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