We have a defective social contract built on centuries of racist mindset—it’s time to change that.
Our CEO has received one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine—election to the National Academy of Medicine.
The James Irvine Foundation bestowed the honor, along with a gift of $250,000, for improving health equity and access in South LA.
Dr. Batchlor's leadership in transforming South LA is honored in Citi's month-long, multimedia Progress Makers campaign.
Passionate about the power of community-building to improve people’s lives, John brings extensive leadership experience to our board.
Our CEO Dr. Elaine Batchlor and Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas discuss the vision for the MLK Medical Campus.
The UCLA honor recognizes Dr. Batchlor’s unwavering commitment to eliminating health disparities in underserved communities.
The honorific recognizes Dr. Batchlor’s 20 years as a medical professional and her work to increase healthcare access to underserved and vulnerable populations.
Our hospital CEO is excited to put the "community" from our name into action. Read more about the hospital’s community health efforts.
The Becker’s lists include policy makers, executives, and physicians with demonstrated influence in the healthcare industry nationally.
Brad Armstrong and Denise Pines recently joined the foundation board of directors for the same reason: to make sure the hospital keeps getting stronger.
In this board member spotlight profile, Steve Yslas, native of South Los Angeles, shares the importance of the hospital to the community.