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At UCLA Health, Compassion, Respect, Excellence, Discovery, Integrity, and Teamwork form the foundation for everything we do. Your success in the military was built on these kinds of values. That’s why we have a special connection with those who have served our country through the military.

We have a wide variety of both clinical and non-clinical roles available where you can leverage your experience and individual qualities to help us bring hope and healing to our patients and their families. If you want to be a key member of a world-renowned healthcare team while continuing to make a real difference in the community and around the world, UCLA Health is the place for you.

Ready to experience outstanding opportunities for growth and development? Join us and help live out our vision to heal humankind, one patient at a time, by improving health, alleviating suffering, and delivering acts of kindness.

Supercharge your career search

With our unique career search feature, you can simply enter your military occupational specialty (MOS) code into the keyword field to find openings that match your unique military background.

Meet those who’ve walked your path

Erik

Erik

Director of Environmental
Health and Safety

“At UCLA Health, I have found a supportive organization that provides many resources and opportunities for personal and professional growth.
The professionalism and team-oriented approach to doing things is similar to my experience while serving in the military.”

Following five and a half years of service in the US Army, Erik Eggins began an exciting career with UCLA Health. It is a career that has seen Eric dramatically rise through the ranks:

1997

Security Officer

2002

Training Coordinator, Security

2003

Accident Investigator

2005

Fire & Disaster Manager

2008

Site Safety Manager

2010

Director of Environmental Health and Safety

Rakeisha

Rakeisha

Practice Manager

“My time in active duty and active duty reserves helped develop both discipline and adaptability. I have been able to easily adjust to the new protocols and procedures UCLA Health has incorporated over the years.”

United States Navy veteran, Rakeisha Edmonson transitioned to UCLA Health as an administrative assistant and has grown to become practice manager for the largest clinic in the Department of Medicine. She oversees nearly 70 people and supports over 140 physicians.

2006

Administrative Assistant

2010

Clinic Lead

2016

Clinic Supervisor

2018

Practice Manager

Christopher

Christopher

Manager.
Outpatient Rehab

“UCLA Health has been extremely supportive of my duty as a military service member. They have truly been a network of compassion and enthusiasm towards my military service.”

Christopher White joined UCLA Health as an Outpatient Rehab Supervisor and has advanced to become a Manager of Outpatient Rehab all while continuing to fulfill his military duties. This take a tremendous amount of dedication and discipline on Christopher’s part. At UCLA Health, we’re proud to be able to support Christopher in living out his vital responsibilities.

2012

Commissioned in the United States Army Reserve

2013

Company Executive Officer, Combat Support Hospital

2014

Supervisor of Outpatient Rehab, UCLA Health

2017

Manager of Outpatient Rehab, UCLA Health

2018

Space Operations Officer, 1st Space Brigade

Kelly

Kelly

Talent Acquisition Coordinator

“UCLA Health has made it very easy to transition into a better work life. They really helped me find a position that not only fit my qualifications, but one that I can grow into as well. Opportunities are always being presented to me and my team is always offering classes to help me grow.”

Throughout both her military and civilian careers, Kelly Moreno has focused on ensuring the wellbeing of others – from the Marines to her current role with UCLA Health. Among her many key responsibilities as a Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Kelly helps welcome and onboard new employees. At UCLA Health, we’re proud to be able to support Kelly in making the most of this exciting new chapter in her life.

2008

Member, United States Marine Corps

2013

Administrative Support, Veterans Affair

2015

Transportation Safety Administration Associate

2018

UCLA Float Pool, Administrative

2019

UCLA Talent Acquisition Coordinator

Erik

Erik

Director of Environmental
Health and Safety

“At UCLA Health, I have found a supportive organization that provides many resources and opportunities for personal and professional growth.
The professionalism and team-oriented approach to doing things is similar to my experience while serving in the military.”

Following five and a half years of service in the US Army, Erik Eggins began an exciting career with UCLA Health. It is a career that has seen Eric dramatically rise through the ranks:

1997

Security Officer

2002

Training Coordinator, Security

2003

Accident Investigator

2005

Fire & Disaster Manager

2008

Site Safety Manager

2010

Director of Environmental Health and Safety

Rakeisha

Rakeisha

Practice Manager

“My time in active duty and active duty reserves helped develop both discipline and adaptability. I have been able to easily adjust to the new protocols and procedures UCLA Health has incorporated over the years.”

United States Navy veteran, Rakeisha Edmonson transitioned to UCLA Health as an administrative assistant and has grown to become practice manager for the largest clinic in the Department of Medicine. She oversees nearly 70 people and supports over 140 physicians.

2006

Administrative Assistant

2010

Clinic Lead

2016

Clinic Supervisor

2018

Practice Manager

Christopher

Christopher

Manager.
Outpatient Rehab

“UCLA Health has been extremely supportive of my duty as a military service member. They have truly been a network of compassion and enthusiasm towards my military service.”

Christopher White joined UCLA Health as an Outpatient Rehab Supervisor and has advanced to become a Manager of Outpatient Rehab all while continuing to fulfill his military duties. This take a tremendous amount of dedication and discipline on Christopher’s part. At UCLA Health, we’re proud to be able to support Christopher in living out his vital responsibilities.

2012

Commissioned in the United States Army Reserve

2013

Company Executive Officer, Combat Support Hospital

2014

Supervisor of Outpatient Rehab, UCLA Health

2017

Manager of Outpatient Rehab, UCLA Health

2018

Space Operations Officer, 1st Space Brigade

Kelly

Kelly

Talent Acquisition Coordinator.

“UCLA Health has made it very easy to transition into a better work life. They really helped me find a position that not only fit my qualifications, but one that I can grow into as well. Opportunities are always being presented to me and my team is always offering classes to help me grow.”

Throughout both her military and civilian careers, Kelly Moreno has focused on ensuring the wellbeing of others – from the Marines to her current role with UCLA Health. Among her many key responsibilities as a Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Kelly helps welcome and onboard new employees. At UCLA Health, we’re proud to be able to support Kelly in making the most of this exciting new chapter in her life.

2008

Member, United States Marine Corps

2013

Administrative Support, Veterans Affair

2015

Transportation Safety Administration Associate

2018

UCLA Float Pool, Administrative

2019

UCLA Talent Acquisition Coordinator