Stunning and Unexpected Gifts from the Community

Bank of the West, Tesla, Target, celebrities, local school teachers, donut shops and others deliver “stunning, unexpected” gifts to Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital to help fight COVID-19.

GRoW @ Annenberg & CCF Give to Seed COVID-19 Emergency Fund

Gifts from GRoW @ Annenberg and the California Community Foundation help launch emergency fund for COVID-19 crisis. 

Cedars & CCF Give $1.5M to Behavioral Health

Gifts will enable MLKCH to expand its "wrap-around" care team to include mental health and substance abuse support.

"Everything is Connected"

Two MLK Community Medical Group doctors, Dr. Yulsi Fernandez Montero and Dr. PK Fonsworth, discuss the integrated future of healthcare.

Dr. Batchlor Receives Leadership Award

The James Irvine Foundation bestowed the honor, along with a gift of $250,000, for improving health equity and access in South LA.

Wells Fargo Helps Bring Doctors to South LA

Wells Fargo announced its commitment to solving South Los Angeles’ medical provider shortage with a $1 million gift to Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital (MLKCH).

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. 

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. 

MLKCH Secures $6.7 Million in Investments

The assets, made possible through the New Markets Tax Credit Program, support more services aimed at high areas of patient need. 

Thank You, Ralph M. Parsons Foundation!

The $300,000 gift helps MLKCH meet our community’s need for diagnostic and treatment services. 

MLKCH Launches Innovative Nurse Training Pilot

Transitions to Practice gets green light to begin after gifts are awarded from The Fletcher Jones Foundation and QueensCare.

Ahmanson Gift Supports New Endoscopy Suite

The grant will help expand the Martin Luther King, Jr. Hospital’s inpatient services, meeting more community needs.