Pipeline Health has released highlights of its continued investment in new equipment, facilities upgrades, expanded clinical programs and enhanced community engagement through its four Los Angeles Hospitals—all creating positive impact on the communities served.
Published this week, the report presents a consolidated view of the LA hospitals. The 2021 Community Impact Report for the LA market describes key accomplishments of the past year – all achieved while the hospitals faced the challenges of the ongoing pandemic.
In a message published in the report, Andrei Soran, chief executive officer of Pipeline Health, says that the COVID-19 pandemic has presented significant challenges to the hospital and to hospitals across the country.
“Thanks to the dedication of our staff, physicians and hospital leadership, our four hospitals remained open through the year, caring for patients with COVID, their family members and others in our diverse communities who needed quality, compassionate care,” he writes.
Among the highlights of the past year:
- Coast Plaza Hospital expanded the size of their Emergency Department to improve patient comfort.
- Community Hospital of Huntington Park launched an innovative nursing scholarship program to reduce nurse’s educational financial burden.
- East Los Angeles Doctors Hospital opened La Clinica de los Doctores, a multi-specialty clinic providing access to ob/gyn services, orthopedic and general surgical services.
- Memorial Hospital of Gardena provided more than 22,000 COVID-19 vaccinations within the communities served via a vaccine clinic.
March 15, 2022