Welcome to 436 Beverly Hills Surgery Center

A state-of-the­ art outpatient facility


The health and safety of our patients and staff is our top priority. With all the recent news surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to communicate what has been our long-standing infection control practices as well as additional precautionary protocols we implemented. We are paying close attention to the CDC updates and we are focusing on precautionary measures and minimizing the risks.

With or without a virus threat, patient safety and infection control and prevention is of the highest importance to our facility. Our staff are trained regularly in optimal hand hygiene and infection control and prevention practices. These practices are part of our everyday care of our patients. Our staff will perform their hand hygiene practices many times during a patient visit and ask you to do the same! Masks of face coverings that cover the nose and mouth, are required for all patients and staff.

The health of our patients and staff is top priority. We love to greet you with hugs and handshakes! For now, we are replacing that with smiles and waves. We have increased in-office cleaning protocols to ensure that the reception desk, doorknobs, surfaces, and faucets are sanitized regularly and there is hand sanitizer available.
We have asked our staff to inform us of any symptoms, illness, or exposure to an infected person so that we can ask them to stay home. Staff are tested weekly for Covid-19. We also screen all patients via questionnaire prior to an appointment.

Unlike a hospital, we do not see sick patients at our private ambulatory surgery center and the risk of exposure to COVID-19 is low. We will continue to monitor the news and pay close attention to the CDC for updates. Please do not hesitate to ask if there are any additional questions or concerns.

Compassionate Nurses and Staff

State-of-art Equipment and Facilities

Exceptional customer service

Beautiful, warm environment

About Us

We are dedicated to providing excellent care, comfort and attention; our kind, expert staff and team are here to serve you.



Our goal is to provide the most affordable care, in advance of your surgery, we will review your insurance coverage and let you know out of pocket costs. Please contact us with any billing questions. The 436 Beverly Hills billing department works aggressively to collect as much as possible from your insurance company to minimize your out of pocket expenses.


The staff was very professional and caring which made me comfortable. Dr. Murrell is pleasant, personable, and takes time to discuss and answer your questions. I am very pleased.

Patient Survey
I would definitely recommend your center to a friend. I had the best experience at this facility. All the staff was very knowledgeable, sweet, and professional. If there was 10 stars I would have given it to this place. Thank you!
Patient Survey
Newsweek Best Surgery Center Award


Directions to 436 Beverly Hills, LLC

The surgery center is conveniently located in the heart of Beverly Hills.

436 North Bedford Drive, Suite 102

Beverly Hills, CA 90210

From the 405 Freeway: take Santa Monica Blvd east, for 2.7 miles; turn right onto Bedford.

From the Santa Monica Freeway (I-10):  Exit at Robertson, go North for 2.7 miles, turn left on Burton Way, drive 1.7 miles and left onto Bedford.

Please Note: Bedford is a one-way, southbound street.

Our clinical staff will contact you prior to your procedure to review your health history and answer any questions. If you have additional questions, please contact us at: ( 310) 385-8819. Make sure that you’ve reviewed your post-operative care instructions with your doctor so that you have everything you need at home for recovery.

To Prepare For Your Surgery:

  • Starting at midnight the day before your surgery, do not eat or drink anything (including water, gum and mints).
  • If you take prescribed medications, check with your physician to see if you should continue to take them (with a small sip of water) on or before the day of surgery.
  • You cannot drive yourself home after a procedure, please arrange for a responsible adult to drive you home. We will contact your driver 30 minutes before you are ready to leave.
  • Arrange to have a responsible adult with you for 24 hours following your surgery.
  • A locker will be available to you for your clothes. Please leave jewelry and other valuables at home.
  • You will be asked to remove contacts, so if you wear them, we recommend that you wear glasses instead, if possible.