Employees have contributed nearly $100,000 to the MLKCH general fund, enabling responsive programs that meet community needs.
The grant will help expand the Martin Luther King, Jr. Hospital’s inpatient services, meeting more community needs.
The spring 2017 gift of $500,000 will help close the gap in care for chronically ill adults in South Los Angeles.
Once again, people from across LA are joining us in support of healthy families by sending birthday cards to mothers and their babies at MLKCH.
It’s not every day you get to create systems tailor-made for your patients in a brand-new hospital. Learn how we did it with our Care Management model.
The $500,000 grant for our Advanced Care Program expands local access to primary and specialty care physicians.
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 ‘Sharing Hope’ ceremony marked the hospital’s first naming dedication, an occasion inspired by a $2.8 million anonymous gift.
Aiming to improve lives and boost community access to early diagnosis and treatment, the gift creates a dedicated CT Suite and names the Hope Emergency Center.
We’re proud to formally introduce our newest additions to the MLK Community Health Foundation board of directors: John Kobara, Kyle Walton, and Larry Rosen.
Recent recognitions for CEO Dr. Elaine Batchlor and CIIO Sajid Ahmed underscore the hospital’s dedication to providing the highest quality care for our safety-net community.
“The physician gap in this community is the next mountain we must move,” says MLKCH CEO Dr. Elaine Batchlor.