Nine barbershops in South Los Angeles are teaming with MLKCH to bring health education to men in a place that feels comfortable: the barber’s chair.
Two nurses known for their compassionate and innovative approaches to patient care received the DAISY Award at Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital.
Patients with congestive heart failure often get readmitted to the hospital. Here’s what a group of determined MLKCH nurses did to help them better manage their condition.
MLKCH recently graduated its first class of Versant residents, a prestigious, year-long residency program to jumpstart the careers of new nursing school graduates.
Read how Dr. PK Fonsworth overcame enormous obstacles to become the first addiction medicine psychiatrist at MLKCH.
Cathy’s priority is to “trust the process,” giving mothers the time, support, and space they need to have a healthy, safe birth.
Under the care of an MLK Community Medical Group staffer, the 9-month-old puppy is in training to be a service dog.
Charlene Gozony describes how working in the Medical-Surgical Telemetry float pool builds experience and brings unique rewards.
Learn how Lyrose cares for her team, encourages success, and ensures positive patient outcomes in an interview published in Working Nurse magazine.
Several students from King/Drew Magnet High School of Medicine and Science participated in our new Summer Junior Volunteer Program.