About UCI Health — Irvine
At UCI Health, we don’t just practice medicine, we create it. Now, we are writing the next chapter of healthcare in Orange County. UCI Health — Irvine will bring our patients unparalleled expertise, leading-edge treatments and the finest evidence-based care that only an academic health system can offer.
The 1.2-million-square-foot medical campus will feature 800,000 square feet of clinical space and will be anchored by a state-of-the-art acute care hospital, which will offer 24-hour emergency care and personalized cancer treatments, including hundreds of clinical trials from our NCI-designated Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. The medical complex will also feature the Joe C. Wen & Family Center for Advanced Care, which will include adult and pediatric specialty care, urgent care and much more. Our world-renowned experts will also deliver exceptional care in other specialties, such as digestive diseases, neurosciences and orthopaedics, all powered by the University of California. We stop at nothing to build a healthier tomorrow.
Center for Advanced Care
The UCI Health Joe C. Wen & Family Center for Advanced Care, coming in 2024, will offer adult and pediatric specialty care, urgent care and more in one convenient location on the UCI campus.
Comprehensive Cancer Center
The Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center — Irvine, coming in mid-2024, will offer best-in-class cancer care to coastal and south Orange County residents on the UCI campus.
Acute Care Hospital
The UCI Health — Irvine Acute Care Hospital, coming in 2025, will include a seven-story, 350,000-square-foot, 144-bed hospital offering a 24-hour emergency department, 10 operating suites, a laboratory, advanced imaging, pharmacy and blood bank.
Rooted in sustainability
As the first all-electric hospital in the nation, UCI Health — Irvine medical campus
will feature sustainable and wellness elements.
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Healthcare’s next chapter
At UCI Health, our promise is always to advance the care that improves the health and well-being of our community. We proudly honor this commitment with our planned expansion into the rapidly growing region of coastal Orange County.
The UCI Health Outpatient Pavilion, to be located at the intersection of Jamboree Road and Campus Drive, will be home to the Center for Children’s Health, adult specialty care, urgent care and other much-needed services for the entire family. Scheduled for completion in 2024, this state-of-the-art location is the first of a larger health offering, which will give residents greater accessibility to UCI’s world-class physicians, multidisciplinary care and university-backed clinical research.
World-class care near you
Convenience matters. We are making it easier for you to get the best care possible, while shortening your travel time. UCI Health — Irvine will provide south Orange County residents with access to a 24-hour emergency room; leading-edge cancer treatments and clinical trials from our NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center; and exceptional care by world-renowned experts in specialties, such neurosciences, orthopaedics, and digestive health.
The power of academic medicine
The union of discovery, teaching and healing has enabled UCI Health to pioneer new therapies and techniques that have been adopted by institutions across the nation. It gives us the expertise to diagnose and treat exceedingly rare conditions and diseases, always with the least invasive methods possible. Most important, it means that you and your family have access to the highest quality, knowledge-driven care.
Unifying research, training and care
The new healthcare complex — combined with the opening of the Susan & Henry Samueli College of Health Sciences and the Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing — will be the realization of a long-held dream to unify medical services, research and training on the university campus, and a complement to the services offered at the flagship UCI Medical Center campus in Orange.
By the numbers
anchored by new hospital
10 outpatient operating
20 emergency department