Stay Healthy and Stay Well

The Daily Call Sheet

MPTF, in partnership with the AARP Foundation, created Daily Call Sheet – a volunteer-driven telephone outreach program to combat social isolation and loneliness among entertainment industry members and their families. Daily Call Sheet links volunteers with industry veterans in need, offering phone calls to individuals who are may be socially isolated which can have serious health consequences. The program’s impact has been profound and exceeded expectations since its launch in 2017.

Focused on helping members of the entertainment community in times of need, the Daily Call Sheet is one of many ways that MPTF is committed to a culture of caring and taking care of its own. It was inspired by the The Silver Line program in the United Kingdom and the increasing global awareness to recognize social isolation and loneliness as a critical health concern, especially in the aging and disabled populations.

MPTF is working closely with the AARP foundation to develop the tools and programs that will allow other organizations to leverage their existing networks and provide a platform to replicate and scale this nationwide.

For more information contact Maureen Feldman at Maureen.Feldman@mptf.com or call 818-876-1190.

 

UCLA | MPTF Health Centers

UCLA Health operates five MPTF health care centers in Los Angeles. These health centers are still exclusive to entertainment industry members, and conveniently located near studios and other industry locations. Now, patients will also have the addition of the UCLA Health network as a robust, health care resource and care provider. No matter which health center you visit, you will receive top quality care from a dedicated team of highly skilled physicians, nurses, and other health care practitioners.

Click here to visit the UCLA Health website where you can find a list of health center locations and hours.

Have questions about MPTF and UCLA Health? Visit our FAQs page here.

The Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. Center for Behavioral Health

Call 818-876-4140

Our renowned retirement community and unique programs meet the evolving needs of today’s generation of seniors. As part of our next phase of care delivery, we offer The Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. Center for Behavioral Health, a specialized center for adults over 55 years of age who have acute mental health needs. Learn more here.

Health Wheels

Call 818-876-4755

We understand the unique demands of a career in the entertainment industry. Many necessities are postpone–or sacrificed completely–due to long hours or the inability to get away, including getting medical care. Health Wheels is a mobile health program from MPTF, with care from UCLA Health physicians, that delivers healthcare services directly to people where they work.

Health Wheels is a 33-foot, fully-functional and professional mobile health center with two comfortably-sized, well-equipped private examination rooms. The unit is staffed with a medical doctor, a licensed vocational nurse and a driver/patient registrar.

Health Wheels provides free screenings and health services and affordable comprehensive primary care. Services provided by UCLA Health include: physical exams, “welcome to Medicare” visits, well-woman exams, EKGs, flu shots and other immunizations, blood pressure checks, cholesterol and glucose screenings, and vision and hearing checks.

See the Health Wheels calendar

Community Care Team

Call 323-634-3888

MPTF Community Care Teams provide high quality multi-disciplinary medical and supportive care for entertainment industry members and their parents in designated rehab facilities.

Our Community Care Teams establish and follow through with individualized plans, visits, and ongoing assessments to assure a continuum of support and medical care.

MPTF’s Community Care Teams consist of:

  • UCLA Faculty Practice Physicians
  • Social Workers
  • Chaplains
  • Volunteer Staff

Palliative Care Program

Call 818-876-1739

MPTF provides support for individuals and families at any stage of illness and at any stage of life. Our Palliative Care Program is a multidisciplinary medical/social philosophy specializing in the relief of suffering and the achievement of best possible quality of life for patients with advanced illness, and their families

Palliative care is sometimes misunderstood or mistaken for solely end-of-life care, but care can actually help a patient at any stage of illness and life. It is designed to support any other treatment patients receive by helping people to live comfortably throughout illness.

The program comprise physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, licensed clinical social workers, chaplains, dieticians, and activity coordinators, and Palliative Care team members work closely with an individual’s primary physician to deliver well-coordinated and communicated care. Guidance and counseling is also provided for those struggling with complex decision making about medical issues.

The Palliative Care program employs an interdisciplinary approach, with clinical care from the award-winning UCLA Health system supplemented by MPTF team members who understand the unique needs of entertainment industry members.

Age Well

Call 818-876-4055

The Age Well Program is a centralized program that provides a pathway to health and wellness for older people. The program provides early assessment and intervention regarding age-related medical and emotional concerns, and makes informed recommendations to primary care physicians and family members.

In addition, the program offers comprehensive cognitive and functional assessments, care coordination for caregivers and adult children, personalized medical assessments, and ongoing support for seniors in their own homes.

Other services include educating seniors and their families about home modification, driver safety, enhancement of social outlets, and options to maximize personal independence.

The Age Well program employs an interdisciplinary approach, with clinical care from the award-winning UCLA Health system supplemented by MPTF team members who understand the unique needs of entertainment industry members.

The Saban Center for Health and Wellness

Call 818-876-1777

The Saban Center for Health and Wellness is an oasis of good health. Located in Woodland Hills on MPTF’s Wasserman Campus, the center features the Jodie Foster Aquatic Pavilion, a warm water pool for aquatic therapy and exercise, and a high-tech fitness gym, trainers to assist, educational seminars, and classes. The Saban Center is also a social mecca where working and retired industry members form connections, rekindled and new, that only those sharing common ground in this unique industry can create. More Info here.

Our Evidence-based classes and other Community Programs and walking groups are also a big part of staying well; research shows that if people are isolated, they are at greatest risk of earlier death and frequent hospitalizations.  Opportunities to stay engaged through various MPTF Community Programs and Lifelong Learning in the Burbank, Toluca Lake, Hollywood/LA, and West L.A. communities are a big part of staying healthy and engaged with fellow members of the industry.

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