“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
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).