From the East Coast to the West, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals have been prescribing drugs to children and families seeking care in the past few years.
We decided to find out which Westside health centers offer the most comprehensive care, and which have the most options for patients to choose from.
We found that for children with special needs, most centers are good options.
For adults with a more limited health care budget, the most affordable options may be in the community hospitals.
We also spoke with a few parents who say they feel better about their child’s health care when they have access to Westside services.
The Best Westside Hospital for Families in 2018 | Westside CareSource: Entertainment WeeklyWhat you need to know about child care:•Westside Health Centers offer a wide range of care.
You can see how much your child will need and how long they can stay, or you can find out about the costs and availability of their service, if they have one.
Westside’s Child Care Center is among the best, with services such as playtime, a computer lab, and even a massage therapist.•Many centers have a nurse on staff, but some are limited to just one or two.
This can be a good option if you’re in a pinch or you just want to know what’s going on with your child.•Some Westside centers offer a “super kid” discount, which means they can give a child up to $5,000 off the normal fee for a child who is younger than 18 months old.
The discount is only available for the first two months after a child is enrolled in a program.
For a family of four, that’s a savings of $8,000, but you’ll need to do extra work to find the best discount rate for your child, so check out our list of the best child care centers.•When you need an overnight stay, some Westside providers may be able to provide it, but if not, you may have to call the hospital directly.
Many hospitals have beds available at no charge.
Some also offer transportation to and from their hospital to your home.•If you are in a crisis, you might want to go to a Westside clinic that has staff with emergency-room and behavioral-health training.
Many Westside clinics also have an emergency-recovery center, but it may be less convenient if you don’t have a car.•The average cost of a Westin’s child care is $4,500 per child, per month, according to the National Council of State Child Care Agencies.
But there are exceptions, so we tested out the best centers that offer a broad range of services, with a variety of pricing and benefits.
What you should know about children’s care:·There are no children’s hospitals in Los Angeles County.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some family-friendly facilities.
Westin is one of the most well-known family-focused child-care providers in Los Angelenos.
Westins child-friendly and community-care centers are among the largest in the city.
There are other good options in Los Gatos, where there are also two child-centered child-caring centers, and one in Santa Monica.•Westin offers a wide variety of care, from playtime to physical therapy, and in some cases, children with specific needs.
Westis Child Care Centers have rooms available at $2,000 per child per day, with the lowest-cost rooms for toddlers and preschoolers.
A family of three can get rooms at $1,400 per child.
Westino’s Child and Family Center has room for one child at $750 per child; a family can get room for two for $1.95 per child or two for just $2.95.
Westin is also one of a few Westside hospitals that provides child-focused behavioral-therapy and playtime programs.
There is also a parent-centered program at Westi’s Child, Family and Community Center, which offers playtime and other activities to families with kids ages 1 to 12.
There also is a playtime program at the Westi family-centered Center for the Creative Arts.
Westi is also among the most popular providers in the Los Angeles area, according the National Center for Health Statistics, with about 20% of children in the county.
The hospital has more than 2,100 beds and has about 3,400 pediatricians on staff.•For more family-centric child care options, visit the Center for Children and Families, which has children’s-focused programs in several different locations in Los Alamitos and Westside.•More than 70% of child-related hospitalizations and 4% of emergency room visits occur in Westside, according data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The health department’s data show Westside has one of its highest rates of emergency-