Department of Health Services

The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS) is the second largest health system in the nation, providing compassionate, quality care to more than 10 million residents through its integrated system of award-winning hospitals and community-based clinics. DHS has an annual budget of more than $3.5 billion and employs 22,000 people who, together, are working to improve the health of Los Angeles County and all who live here.



About DHS

DHS is an agency of accomplishment and innovation, and the second largest health system in the nation. Through its integrated network of hospitals and health centers, DHS meets the health care needs of a diverse population of over 10 million County residents. More…


If you seek a rewarding career in health care, consider building your future in DHS. We offer a range of challenging opportunities for qualified candidates. Search our current job opportunities and learn more about the benefits of working for the County of Los Angeles. More…

Volunteer Services

Volunteers play an essential role in the compassionate care DHS provides to its patients. If you want to make a difference, consider volunteering in one of our hospitals. Our volunteer staff will help match your interests and schedule with available volunteer opportunities. More…

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