Congratulations to our own Andrew Ausland who we spotted on the cover of Working Nurse magazine for its feature, Men in Nursing 2015.
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.
Only 26% of hospitals nationwide have the earned this recognition—the highest our hospital could achieve in its first six months. Find out what it means.
What it means to be a safety-net hospital and addressing the physician shortage were topics Dr. Batchlor discussed in a March 2016 television interview.
Our hospital CEO is excited to put the “community” from our name into action. Read more about the hospital’s community health efforts.
CEO Wendy Garen discusses how excited her foundation is to support the hospital and its big goals for a community with scarce resources.
Find out who inspired philanthropist Bruce Corwin to join the foundation board and to give so much of his time and energy to the new hospital.
Consider what it means for the community, and for our hospital, when there are just not enough doctors.
Two MLKCH medical directors, Dr. Briggs-Malonson and Dr. Frencher, were recognized in 2015 by the National Medical Association as top doctors.
KPCC radio 89.3 profiled our hospital and its practice of ensuring a dedicated care manager for each patient in a July 15, 2015 radio segment.
MLKCH has been awarded a grant to implement the Welcome Baby Program, an initiative created by First 5 LA to help give children the best possible start in life.