Transitions to Practice gets green light to begin after gifts are awarded from The Fletcher Jones Foundation and QueensCare.
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.
The $300,000 gift from the California Community Foundation (CCF) helps to ensure that every patient admitted to MLKCH receives robust care support services.
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.
CEO Wendy Garen discusses how excited her foundation is to support the hospital and its big goals for a community with scarce resources.
New mothers get five-star maternity services at MLKCH thanks to founding support from Kaiser Permanente, which provided $2 million and a wealth of expertise.
The Walt Disney Company stepped forward to help us promote comfort and normalcy in the hospital environment through a curated art collection.
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.