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Wednesday 11:30 CST, March 21, 2018

Participating Institution Details

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is internationally renowned for providing the finest patient care that modern medicine has to offer.  As an acute care teaching facility with more than 950 beds, we are the largest nonprofit hospital in the western United States.  Highly skilled physicians, nurses, scientists and other professionals work together in a medical center where quality and innovation are highly valued, new standards of practice are set, advancements in medicine can be brought rapidly from the laboratory to the bedside, and patient care is a top priority.

At Cedars-Sinai, the delivery of quality patient care is an integrated, collaborative process.  Working together, our dedicated, multidisciplinary staff brings passion and focus to the art and science of healing.  We strive to capitalize on the miracles made possible by advances in science and technology, while remaining focused on the care and treatment of our patients to ensure the most rapid and fullest recovery possible.

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is committed to advancing medicine through innovative research.  Cedars-Sinai is conducting hundreds of research projects and clinical trials in a wide variety of medical fields, from artificial intelligence and robotics to biophotonics and gene therapeutics.  This dedication to research has helped Cedars-Sinai pioneer revolutionary technologies that are being used around the world today.

The purpose of Cedars-Sinai’s research and innovation is to provide the finest quality care to patients, and Cedars-Sinai is consistently rated highly in surveys of physicians, patients and the public.  After more than 100 years, Cedars-Sinai is still Leading the Quest for Health.

Contact Name:Simi Singer, Communications
Contact Phone:310-423-4768
Project Involvement
Preventing Avoidable Heart Failure HospitalizationsSurgical Site Infections Hand Hygiene Project