“Since opening its doors in 1933, the historic Los Angeles County General Hospital served as a beacon of hope, healing and caring for millions of Angelenos. Through a thoughtful well executed process, this incredible resource, which today lies idle and in significant disrepair, will be transformed into a marquee facility that again fuels hope, health, and caring for many Angelinos for the years to come.”
– Supervisor Hilda L. Solis, First District, Los Angeles County
Thank you to everyone who attended our June 2nd Community Meeting. If you missed it, please visit our resource library to watch the recording of the meeting and view copies of the meeting materials.
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The study is directed by the County’s Chief Executive Office which is working with AECOM as the technical project lead and a team of community engagement partners, which include the LAC+USC Medical Center Foundation, Inc., Barrio Planners Incorporated, and Katherine Padilla & Associates.
Community engagement efforts are conducted in close coordination with the Health Innovation Community Partnership (HICP) with guidance and support from a volunteer Community Engagement Steering Committee (CESC).