Trust in health care can be one-sided for many Black Americans which often interferes with treatment. Our CEO Dr. Batchlor, along with Dr. Medell Briggs-Malonson, our former Director of Quality, share a personal story of a friend's journey to overcome breast cancer in today's health system. Read more in the Healthcare Opinion section of The Hill.
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Delivering on Our Promise
At MLKCH, we are delivering on our promise to provide quality care. With the help of big thinkers, risk takers, and leaders, lives are being changed for the better every day.
Patients with complex conditions need integrated care but—especially in underserved areas like South LA—rarely have access to it. Orngiel Corbin, an MLK patient, has something in her corner that few vulnerable patients have: a coordinated team of experts, all under one roof, united by the desire to improve her health.
A new generation carries on a proud tradition of civil rights
Over MLK Day weekend, students at Heschel Day School marched through the San Fernando valley to support our fight for healthcare equity in South LA. Their advocacy is a powerful testament to the school’s founder, civil rights activist Rabbi Heschel who marched alongside MLK, and a reminder of the healing power of solidarity.