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Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center
1500–1530 S. Olive Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Metro Area
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA

Facility Details

Located in Downtown Los Angeles, Eisner Pediatric & Family Medical Center is a quality-focused, non-profit community health center composed of over 250 employees dedicated to improving the physical, social and emotional well-being of people in the communities we serve, regardless of income. Founded in 1920, EPFMC provides a medical home to over 26,000 patients annually. We offer programs and services to care for patients regardless of your ability to pay.

Our programs and services include:

• Primary care for women and men in our clinic for Adult Medicine
• Family planning, prenatal care, and gynecological care in the Women’s   Health Center
• Children’s health care for newborns to teens in our Pediatrics Clinic
• Age-sensitive medical care for teens in our Adolescent Clinic
• Four school-based teen clinics to make health care more available to   teens outside our clinic
• Dental care, education, and orthodontics for children and pain relief   services for adults, with a special Periodontal Program for Diabetics in   the Dental Clinic
• Behavioral and mental health services for children and adults who   need help coping or changing behaviors in our Mental Health   Department, Adult Clinic, and Women’s Health Center
• Prescriptions and diabetes management education in our in-house Pharmacy

Community Details

Los Angeles, CA

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Los Angeles has something for everyone, with 75 miles of sunny coastline, a flourishing Downtown, lifestyle playgrounds for the rich and famous, acclaimed restaurants, trend-setting art and fashion scenes, and internationally flavored neighborhoods. It is the largest city in California and the second-largest urban area in the nation. It is located in the southern part of the state on the Pacific Ocean and is the seat of Los Angeles County. Geographically, it extends more than 40 mi from the mountains to the sea.

The city's phenomenal growth was brought about by its equable climate, which attracted people and industry from all parts of the nation; the development of its citrus-fruit industry; the discovery of oil in the area during the early 1890s; the development of its man-made harbor—its port is one of the busiest in the United States—and the growth of the motion picture industry in the early 20th century. Today, Hollywood is a part of Los Angeles. Los Angeles is a major hub of shipping, manufacturing, industry, and finance, and is world-renowned in the entertainment and communications fields. It is a favorite vacation destination and attracts millions of tourists to the area each year from all over the world. Apart from the movie studios and other landmarks associated with the movie industry, points of interest include the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the La Brea Tar Pits (famous for Ice Age fossils), Disneyland (Anaheim), and the Santa Anita and Hollywood racetracks