MLK Hospital

Price Dedicates Lillian Mobley Family Housing

Elected officials, homelessness providers and community members came out on May 11, to dedicate the Lillian Mobley Family Housing, “A Bridge Home” (ABH) shelter and the first of its kind in Council District 9.

The Pandemic Is Not Over, Here’s What You Can Do To Help

If I told you we were close to finding a treatment that prevents 85% of coronavirus transmissions, would you try it?

The good news is we already have; it’s wearing a mask over your nose and mouth.

The bad news is that some leaders are pretending this pandemic is over and have made wearing masks a political issue, and too many people are joining them in their denial.

Jenkins’ Dedicated Service Highlights National Nurses Week

The dedication of Bethany Jenkins, who works as the COVID-19 Unit charge nurse at Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital in South L.A., reveals why people in her profession are so endeared. In fact, the accolades are especially appropriate as the U.S. celebrates National Nurses Week from May 6 to May 12. The observance, which began in 1954, recognizes the contributions that nurses and nursing make to the community.

Leading the Way to Quality Healthcare Access: An Interview with the CEO of the New MLK Community Hospital

In July 2015, the new Martin Luther King Jr., Community Hospital opened its doors to much fanfare and to the delight of community members who unanimously agreed that it was well worth the wait. The Los Angeles Sentinel set down with the Chief Executive Officer of MLK, Elaine Batchlor, MD, MPH, to discuss quality care at the new MLK hospital.