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LOS ANGELES, Calif. – April 24, 2018 – Independent hospital watchdog, The Leapfrog Group, announced today that Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center is one of 10 Kaiser Permanente Southern California hospitals that earned an “A” grade for its strong commitment to patient safety. The Los Angeles Medical Center is home to more than 20 tertiary care programs and Centers of Excellence that offer highly specialized care in many fields of medicine.
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August 18, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA – Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center (LAMC) has earned designation by the Joint Commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC), the highest level of stroke care certification offered by the independent accrediting and certification agency. The designation distinguishes LAMC as one of 125 Comprehensive Stroke Centers, out of more than 5,000 hospitals nationally.
Hospital listed as 'high performing' for four specialties, including neurology and neurosurgery Los Angeles, CA -August 8, 2017— Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center (LAMC) was ranked among the state’s top 25 hospitals for excellence in health care by U.S. News & World Report’s 2017-18 Best Hospitals study released this week.
51 Non-profit Organizations Receive Nearly $500,000 in Grants from Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center
Grant Program Targets Barriers Faced by Underserved Populations
July 17, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA – Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center (LAMC) announced that it will award grants totaling nearly $500,000 to non-profit organizations that serve individuals living in LAMC’s geographic service area, including Boyle Heights, Burbank, Echo Park, Glendale, Metro Los Angeles, and Pasadena. After a competitive application process, 51 organizations were selected to receive grants ranging from $5,000 - $24,000 each, to help fund programs that provide health care access to the uninsured or working poor, health services for pregnant and parenting teens in foster care, mental health care for homeless and trafficked youth, and more.