Alta Los Angeles Hospitals, Inc.
Psychiatric Hospital Unit in Los Angeles, California
NPI 1922001809

Alta Los Angeles Hospitals, Inc. is a Psychiatric Hospital Unit based in Los Angeles, CA. Alta Los Angeles Hospitals, Inc. practices in Los Angeles, CA. The NPI Number for Alta Los Angeles Hospitals, Inc. is 1922001809 and holds a License No. 930000039 (California).

The current practice location address for Alta Los Angeles Hospitals, Inc. is 4081 E Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA and can be reached out via phone at 323-267-0477 and via fax at323-261-0809. You can also correspond with Alta Los Angeles Hospitals, Inc. through the mailing address at 4081 E OLYMPIC BLVD, LOS ANGELES, CA - 90023-3330 (mailing address contact number: 323-267-0477).

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Provider Profile Details
NPI Number
1922001809
Provider Name
Alta Los Angeles Hospitals, Inc.
Credential
Provider Entity Type
Organization
Address
4081 E Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90023-3330
Phone Number
323-267-0477
Fax Number
323-261-0809
Provider Enumeration Date
05/24/2005
Last Update Date
02/04/2021
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Provider's Legacy Identifiers
Identifier Type State Issuer
HSC30663F 05 CA
HSP40663F 05 CA
LTC70086F 05 CA
ZZZC8919Z 01 CA BLUE SHIELD
ZZZD1917Z 01 CA BLUE SHEILD
HSP30663F 05 CA
institution
Provider Business Practice Location Address Details
Address
4081 E Olympic Blvd
City
Los Angeles
State
California
Zip
90023-3330
Phone Number
323-267-0477
Fax Number
323-261-0809
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Provider Business Mailing Address Details
Address
4081 E Olympic Blvd
City
Los Angeles
State
California
Zip
90023-3330
Phone Number
323-267-0477
Fax Number
323-261-0809
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Provider's Primary Taxonomy Details
Type
Hospital Units
Classification
Psychiatric Unit
Speciality
-
Taxonomy
273R00000X
License No.
930000039 (California)
Definition
In general, a distinct unit of a hospital that provides acute or long-term care to emotionally disturbed patients, including patients admitted for diagnosis and those admitted for treatment of psychiatric problems on the basis of physicians' orders and approved nursing care plans. Long-term care may include intensive supervision to the chronically mentally ill, mentally disordered or other mentally incompetent persons; (2) For Medicare, a distinct part of a general acute care hospital admitting only patients whose admission to the unit is required for active treatment, whose treatment is of an intensity that can be provided only in an inpatient hospital setting, and whose condition is described by a psychiatric principal diagnosis contained in the Third Edition of the American Psychiatric Association Diagnostic and Statistical Manual or in Chapter 5 (Mental Disorders) of the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM). The unit must furnish, through the use of qualified personnel, psychological services, social work services, psychiatric nursing, occupational therapy, and recreational therapy. The unit must maintain medical records that permit determination of the degree and intensity of treatment provided to individuals who are furnished services in the unit; the unit must meet special staff requirements in that the unit must have adequate numbers of qualified professional and supportive staff to evaluate inpatients, formulate written, individualized, comprehensive treatment plans, provide active treatment measures and engage in discharge planning.