CHA HPMC is not just a place where individuals come to get healed—we are an essential part of the community fostering health and providing hope during times of need. Our committed team of healthcare professionals showed exemplary courage and dedication towards safeguarding our patients and community during the deadly COVID-19 pandemic—a display of true strength and true heroism.
100 years ago, U.S. president Warren G Harding declared May 12 as National Hospital Day, also
In almost a century of our existence, as a community hospital, we have faced a multitude of threats and challenges. This past year, though, has been uniquely difficult. The COVID-19 pandemic is by far one of the biggest challenge we have encountered—one that brought the healthcare industry together as a united front to protect millions of patients and families.
January 26 marked one-year anniversary of first COVID-19 case in Los Angeles County. Since then,
As one of the first hospitals in Los Angeles, CHA HPMC holds a special place in this city and lives of Angelenos -providing compassionate, high quality care they have come to trust for a century. I would like to attribute this to you, who have helped us expand our reach to the wider community.
To me, I joined the organization at an exciting pivotal time of growth, as our new patient tower – state-of-the-art acute