Tag Archive: Filling the Gap

Good Hope Takes a Stand Against Diabetes

The $500,000 gift supports the MLK Community Medical Group—and our hospital’s efforts to fill South LA’s gap in diabetes care.

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Advanced Care Program

Supporting patients transitioning from the hospital, or who need specialized care to manage their health and remain in their homes.

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Expansion of Services

Filling our community’s urgent need for services that can stop disease progression and save lives.

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Celebrating Our Doctors

In March we rallied our community to thank the amazing doctors we have working at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital.

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Meet the Joyful Dr. Myron Hall

Dr. Myron Hall feels joy about doing his life’s work at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital and his joy is contagious.

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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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From Hospital to Healthcare System

Weingart Foundation and Ballmer Group give a combined $15 million to boost our hospital’s vision to bring doctors to South LA.

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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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L.A. Care Funds New Advanced Care Clinic

The spring 2017 gift of $500,000 will help close the gap in care for chronically ill adults in South Los Angeles.

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Moving Mountains, Getting Doctors to South LA

“The physician gap in this community is the next mountain we must move,” says MLKCH CEO Dr. Elaine Batchlor.

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Weingart Foundation, Pioneering Advanced Care

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.

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Good Hope Medical Foundation, Advancing Health

The most recent $200,000 grant award responds to the community’s need for appropriate and timely specialty primary care.

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