Tanika Ray and Pat Harvey helped us honor Marian Wright Edelman with our Advocate Award and bestowed Tony Gonzalez with our Game Changer Award.
Tammy Turner became a mother at age 16 and was determined to break the cycle of poverty she had been born into by successfully pursuing a career in nursing.
What do red apples have to do with simple, innovative ideas that save the lives of people with diabetes? Ask MLKCH nurse Diane Fortin.
This family found a doctor they loved and it changed their relationship to health. See how access to high-quality care impacted three generations.
With compassion and perception, our nurses create a way to empower patients with heart disease to improve their health at home.
The James Irvine Foundation bestowed the honor, along with a gift of $250,000, for improving health equity and access in South LA.