From the day it opened as an eight-bed clinic in 1925, Southern California Hospital at Culver City (SCH-CC), formerly Brotman Medical Center, has dedicated itself to providing quality care to the culturally diverse populations of the Culver City and West Los Angeles communities. SCH-CC is part of the Southern California Healthcare System, which includes Southern California Hospital at Hollywood and Southern California Hospital at Van Nuys. With a combined bed capacity of over 570 beds, the three-hospital system represents the fourth-largest combined facility in the greater Los Angeles region.
Now at 420 beds, SCH-CC is a general acute care hospital that utilizes many of the latest medical treatments and technologies. The hospital offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient acute care services, including an orthopedic center, cardiovascular services, acute rehabilitation, sub-acute care, psychiatric care and chemical dependency programs. Additionally, SCH-CC operates a 24-hour emergency services center, which serves as a paramedic receiving station and is staffed by board-certified emergency physicians and nurse specialists.
To improve the healing and wellness of the patients and communities we serve.
To serve our community with distinction through excellence in health care.
Patients come first in everything we do. Our primary focus is on the complete care of the patient—in a healing environment, with compassionate hospitality and a collaborative team approach to ensure the best outcomes for our patients. You can be confident you are being taken care of by an expert medical staff utilizing some of the most advanced diagnostic and treatment technologies available. Yet, we never lose sight of the intangibles—from the friendly and helpful people in the admitting office to our dedicated staff members.
Our team of professionals is dedicated to providing for your health and comfort. You are not just our patient, you are our guest.