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Becker’s List of Top 27 Includes Dr. Batchlor

The February 2018 list recognizes women physician executives with exceptional leadership skills and career achievements.

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Watch Newsmaker Dr. Batchlor on ABC7

Our CEO Dr. Elaine Batchlor and Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas discuss the vision for the MLK Medical Campus.

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Introducing Advocates & Dream Society

New giving programs recognize supporters who want to have a lasting, measurable impact on healthcare access in South Los Angeles.

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‘The Hospital of the Future’

Our hospital moves to the forefront of the nationwide dialogue about the future of healthcare delivery in a POLITICO profile.

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MLKCH Secures $6.7 Million in Investments

The assets, made possible through the New Markets Tax Credit Program, support more services aimed at high areas of patient need.

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MLKCH Launches Innovative Nurse Training Pilot

Transitions to Practice gets green light to begin after gifts are awarded from The Fletcher Jones Foundation and QueensCare.

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MLKCH Receives 2017 “Most Wired” Hospital Award

The coveted listing is a major achievement for a safety-net hospital, validating our commitment to healthcare quality and access.

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Thank You, Ralph M. Parsons Foundation!

The $300,000 gift helps MLKCH meet our community’s need for diagnostic and treatment services.

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Dr. Batchlor Inducted into Hall of Fame

The UCLA honor recognizes Dr. Batchlor’s unwavering commitment to eliminating health disparities in underserved communities.

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Empathy & Access, a Patient Story

Watch Dr. Frencher share the human impact of limited healthcare access for one of his patients—and how we changed the outcomes.

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Dr. Batchlor Named Humanitarian of the Year

This is the latest acknowledgement of our CEO’s decades-long dedication to achieving health equity for underserved communities.

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This Summer Our MLKCH Family ‘Invests in Hope’

Employees have contributed nearly $100,000 to the MLKCH general fund, enabling responsive programs that meet community needs.

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