Cedars-Sinai and the LA Rams: Partners in Health

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Rams Entering the Field

After 2 decades without a professional football team, Los Angeles was thrilled when the Rams came home to LA in 2016.

When searching for a health partner to care for their players and organization, the Rams turned to Cedars-Sinai and the world-class physicians at the Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute.

But the partnership is about more than keeping the team healthy. Both Cedars-Sinai and the Rams are committed to serving our fellow Angelenos.

Since the partnership began, Cedars-Sinai and the Rams have teamed up to promote health and wellness across LA and to help our community stay fit and healthy.

Over the past several seasons the two organizations have rolled out community outreach programs that highlight the importance of exercise, healthy eating, preventive healthcare, and health education.

As the Rams prepare to head to the big game, we look back at the ways the partnership has impacted our patients, employees, and community.

Rams rookies Jamil Demby, John Kelly, Joseph Noteboom and Brian Allan, visit pediatric patients pre-season.
Rams rookies Jamil Demby, John Kelly, Joseph Noteboom and Brian Allan, visit pediatric patients pre-season.
A young boy throws a football at a target featuring a Los Angeles Rams player catching the ball.
A fan enjoys the Cedars-Sinai sponsored Kid Zone on game day. The Kid Zone is a space at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum where Rams Kids Club members and their families can enjoy activities that promote movement and fun on game days.
Ben Pearson, patient and volunteer, meets his favorite Rams player Jake McQuaide during a once-in-a-lifetime on-field experience.
Ben Pearson, patient and volunteer, meets his favorite Rams player Jake McQuaide during a once-in-a-lifetime on-field experience.
Los Angeles Rams mascot Rampage poses with Cedars-Sinai Blood Donor Services employees in front of a bloodmobile.
Los Angeles Rams mascot Rampage, along with Rams Cheerleaders, provide support to Blood Donor Services during a community blood drive.
Rams linebacker Matt Longacre poses for a photo with a Cedars-Sinai nurse during a visit to the Samuel Oschin Cancer Center.
Rams linebacker Matt Longacre poses for a photo with a Cedars-Sinai nurse during a visit to the Samuel Oschin Cancer Center.
Rams defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day presents a COACH for Kids family with a special gift from the Los Angeles Rams during the holidays.
Rams defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day presents a COACH for Kids family with a special gift from the Los Angeles Rams during the holidays.

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