Rakeem Addison knows about hard times, but MLKCH gave him a chance. Now he wants to spread the love and encourage others to give back.
Anahiz Correa gives back because she knows the importance of investing in MLKCH, especially in the midst of a crisis.
The odds were stacked against patient James Simpson. But a dedicated team and high-quality care have been important tools in the uncertain battle against COVID-19.
Two infectious disease doctors prepare for a surge of patients with apprehension, fear—and hope.
Danica Riedlinger is an Emergency Department nurse putting her life on the line for a community she believes in.
What's one of the most important things a doctor can give a patient? Dr. Ben Cheng knows—time.
A near-death experience becomes a chance for Jimmie Brown to give back to his community.
An innovative, new program at MLKCH helps patients like Jolanda White manage their conditions—starting with what they eat.
Ruben Aguayo gives back to MLKCH because he can relate to how important our hospital’s quality healthcare services are to the residents of South LA.
Six years ago, our Director of Medical Staff inspired the launch of MLKCH Gives. Today, she continues to lead others to give.
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.