The spring 2017 gift of $500,000 will help close the gap in care for chronically ill adults in South Los Angeles.
The grant will help expand the Martin Luther King, Jr. Hospital’s inpatient services, meeting more community needs.
The $300,000 gift from the California Community Foundation (CCF) helps to ensure that every patient admitted to MLKCH receives robust care support services.
The $500,000 grant for our Advanced Care Program expands local access to primary and specialty care for adults in our community with complex chronic conditions.
The lead gift of $750,000 supports our work to help keep patients out of the emergency room by providing appropriate primary care for their conditions.
The most recent $200,000 grant award responds to the community’s need for appropriate and timely specialty primary care.
The funding supports the expansion of the MLKCH maternity services, so new mothers in South Los Angeles will be able to deliver their babies close to home.
Without MLKCH maternity services, more than half of the women in South Los Angeles travel far from their community to obtain maternity care.
The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation leads the way for South Los Angeles’ Healthy Babies, Healthy Beginnings with an early, and significant, grant.
The Ahmanson Foundation’s grant award enables the hospital’s purchase of a Siemen’s Symphony MRI for timely, accurate diagnoses on premises.
The David & Lucile Packard Foundation awarded a grant of $800,000 in support of the hospital’s expansion of maternity services and programs.
In October 2014, the Good Hope Medical Foundation issued a challenge grant to kick off our Advanced Care Program planning and first-stage pilot.