Launched in 2013, the Primary Care East-West Program at the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine promotes early intervention and lifelong well-being.
Launched in 2013, East-West Primary Care, under the direction of Edward Hui, M.D., serves to enhance value-based care and coordination. Spurred by the Affordable Care Act, the primary care program promotes early intervention and lifelong well-being. It offers high quality, patient-centered continuity of care to patients who are seeking a personalized and comprehensive approach to their health. All the services provided in a traditional primary care clinic and referrals to specialty services are available. This creates a “medical home” for patients using the East-West model. Today, the program has grown to include two other internal medicine providers, Justin Laube, MD, and Felicia Yu, MD, and one family medicine physician, Katie Hu, MD.
To learn more about the East-West Primary Care model, click here to read Dr. Justin Laube’s article on the ExploreIM Webportal.
Justin Laube, MD, Felicia Yu, MD, and Katie Hu, MD are accepting new Primary Care patients at the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine in Santa Monica, California.
- Click here to learn about how to become a patient.
- To make an appointment, please call: (310) 998-9118.