About LA County
HASC’s Los Angeles Region includes facilities ranging in size from a nonprofit, university-affiliated community teaching hospital of 1,258 beds to a sole provider community hospital of 16 beds — and a rural, critical access hospital of 12 beds. The county has 76 hospital emergency departments and 15 fully accredited trauma centers serving almost 10 million residents.
The Vendor Diversity Fair is a forum for diverse vendors and host hospitals to understand one another’s needs better and build strong business relationships.
Continental breakfast served at 8 a.m. On Thursday, March 23, the Los Angeles Recuperative Care (LARC) Learning Network will meet in person for the first time for this all-day forum. Over the last year, the LARC Learning Network has met virtually more than 20 times. These meetings are attended by recuperative care providers, managed care […]
HASC, in partnership with the LA County Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) and its LA County America’s Job Center of California (AJCC), is working to connect hospitals with job seekers who have recently completed, or expect to complete, health profession training programs this year. The partnership’s goal is to raise awareness of this job candidate […]
Cherished Futures for Black Moms & Babies celebrated its third year of working to improve birth equity for Black families in LA County and released two new reports.
Communities Lifting Communities (CLC) and HASC invite member hospital procurement professionals to an in-person networking and learning event on Thursday, Feb. 2. The event, held at The California Endowment, will enable representatives from hospitals, health systems and preselected diverse suppliers to meet one another and hear about current business opportunities. Registration will open at 8 […]
Focus on Homelessness in Los Angeles County is a joint initiative of Communities Lifting Communities (CLC) and the Los Angeles County Community Health Assessment and Action Partnership (LA Partnership) — a collaborative of more than 30 hospitals, health systems, public health departments and community partners. The initiative aims to address the region’s continuing homelessness crisis […]
HASC is pleased to welcome Karl Keeler as Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center’s new chief executive. He begins his role Aug. 15, reporting to Kevin Manemann, chief executive of Providence Southern California. “Throughout the chief executive selection process, Karl’s demonstrated experience in hospital operations, growth and strategy, and his passion for continuous process improvement made […]
This interview with Teri Hollingsworth, HASC’s Vice President of Human Resources and Education Services, took place on KVTA Radio’s Workforce Wednesdays segment. Teri, along with Cynthia Avila of the Workforce Development Board of Ventura County, HASC’s partner, discussed the free Virtual Health Care Career Fair taking place Wednesday, June 29. Hear how the job fair […]
Entry-level LA County job seekers aiming to work in health care have an excellent opportunity through the Pacific Gateway Workforce Innovation Network’s Patient Care Assistant (PCA) Training Program. Since it began in 2009, this program has created hundreds of full-time PCA positions, helping program partner MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center fill its workforce needs. Selected […]