Award recognizes Batchlor's efforts to bring a high-quality hospital to South LA.
A new MLKCH partnership with local barbershops brings health education to African American and Latino men in a place they trust: the barber’s chair.
The James Irvine Foundation bestowed the honor, along with a gift of $250,000, for improving health equity and access in South LA.
Our hospital achieved the highest level, Stage 7, of electronic health record system adoption possible.
In a recent series on the future of healthcare in America, POLITICO profiled our hospital. In the title of our piece, they refer to MLKCH as the 'hospital of the future.'
Dr. Batchlor's leadership in transforming South LA is honored in Citi's month-long, multimedia Progress Makers campaign.
Watch our CEO Dr. Elaine Batchlor and Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas discuss the vision for the MLK Medical Campus.