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Military Doctors, Nurses and Respiratory Staff Join DHS in Fighting COVID-19, DHS launches a Nurse Advice Line during the COVID-19 pandemic, All four DHS hospitals receive the honor of LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Top Performer, We are sharing stories; We Are DHS! , LAC+USC stands in support, Spiritual Care in the time of COVID-19, What does Just Culture mean now?


Acting as one system to prepare for a surge, Ensuring safety for all of our patients, Housing for Health goes above and beyond to care for our most vulnerable patients and communities, Innovating behind the scenes to take care of our staff, Lawyers assist patients with COVID-19 issues, Businesses, organizations and individuals rally to support DHS as we care for our communities, DHS thanks our friends for their support and generous contributions to our front line staff
Coronavirus Basics, Mid-Valley CHC Urgent Care Now Open, DHS 2nd Annual Specialty Primary Care Chair Retreat, Social Behavioral
Determinants of Health Integration Project, Just Culture Corner, Rancho Los Amigos Hosts Black History Month
DHS Hosts 6th Annual Diabetes Day, The Performing Arts of Rancho Entertains and Inspires at Fall Show, Just Culture Corner
State Emergency Medical Services Authority Honors LA County EMS Agency Administrators, Martin Luther King, Jr. Outpatient Center Sickle Cell Clinic Dedication and Ribbon Cutting, LAC+USC Medical Center Cultural and Linguistic Department Opens, Humphrey CHC Director
named “HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention” Champion by CDC, LA County Remembers the Unclaimed Dead at Annual Burial, Disaster Preparedness – Thank You First Responders
DHS Nurse Practitioners Honored by Board of Supervisors and SEIU 721, DHS Staff Offer Translation, Services and Resources at Annual Free Clinic, Poor Farm to Therapy Garden: A Rancho Tradition of Rehabilitation, Productivity & Well-Being, Focusing on Population Health Management, DHS Honors Veterans, Second Victim & DHS’ Helping Healers Heal (H3) Program
33rd Annual Productivity and Quality Awards Program – Empowering Innovative Solutions, Robocamp at Rancho, Coordinated Outreach Helps the Homeless, Martin Luther King, Jr. Outpatient Center: Our Breast Imaging Center Is Ready For You!, Women’s Health Celebrated in the San Fernando Valley, Disaster Preparedness – Building Your Emergency Kit
September 30th: Happy Interpreters/Translators Day!, LA’s Story – Juvenile Court Health Services, Bubbles!, 2019 DHS Pulse Survey Results, Rancho Embraces Diversity
Rancho Works Cafe & Gift Shop Receives $50,000 Grant from Christopher and Dana Reeves Paralysis Foundation, La Puente Health Center Phlebotomy Service “Has Drawn Blood!”, San Gabriel Valley Health Center Group Establishes Patient Family Advisory Council, 2019 CPE Day Addresses Trauma-Informed and Spiritual Care, Disaster Preparedness-Family Communication Plan
2019 NACo Achievement Award Winner! Managing High Risk Populations, a System-Wide Approach to Complex Care Management, LA County Clients as Care Companions Project Wins 2019 NACo Achievement Award!, Health Homes Program Takes Off in DHS – New Program Serving Complex Patients Begins Enrolling Patients, Disaster Preparedness – Non-Structural Mitigation
Olive View-UCLA Medical Center Hosts LGBTQ+ Health and Community Resource Fair in Recognition of Pride Month, County Channel Video Projects Earn Emmy Nominations, MyWellness Competition Leads to 59% Increase in Enrollments, Water is an Essential Part of Disaster Preparedness