CHA Hollywood Presbyterian
Posted by Divya Sathyanarayanan
It’s a little past 10 a.m. on a Tuesday and nine senior women from the Korean American Women’s Association (KAWA) sewing club have gathered at CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center (CHA HPMC). Dressed in blue coats and wearing kind smiles, the women are set to do what they love—sew clothes for newborn babies of low-income families born at our hospital.
For over 30 years, KAWA has positively impacted the
Posted by Liz Trondsen
While the most popular way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day is by wearing something green, some people get extra festive by eating something green too. From beer, to milkshakes, donuts and even bagels, there’s no mistaking that green food is abundant around March 17th. But, what actually makes that food green? And, is it healthy? We asked the experts and got a golden answer.
What Are Food Dyes?
Posted by Dr. Eugene Park
Flu is very common during winter, and if you suffered from the flu recently, you know how sick you can be. Chances are that some of the advice or an article you read about the flu was wrong. It is important to understand the common myths about the flu, and habits to keep you healthy.
1. Myth: The flu isn’t dangerous
While most people who catch the flu
Posted by Dr. Rohit Varma
We continue to be excited about our collaboration with Dr. Rohit Varma, who recently joined us to form a new Southern California Eyecare and Vision Research Institute (SCEVRI) to provide specialized and comprehensive eye care to the diverse communities in Southern California, and to conduct world class research in collaboration with CHA Health Systems’s leading edge stem cell research platform.
An accomplished physician-scientist, Dr. Varma is recognized worldwide
Posted by Bob Allen
We are thrilled to announce that CHA HPMC has been recognized as the Healthcare Provider of the Year for serving all economic sectors and culturally diverse group of patients by the Asian Business League at its 34th Annual Awards.
We are one of the oldest hospitals in Los Angeles and were the first hospital in the Hollywood area and considered as the ‘safety net’ hospital — which enables