UC Regents OK Plan To Help Reopen L.A. County Hospital
On Thursday, the UC Board of Regents voted unanimously to approve a plan to help reopen the Martin Luther King Jr. medical facility in south Los Angeles by as early as 2013.Â The hospital ceased inpatient services in 2007 after failing a series of federal inspections.
- "UC Regents Approve Partnership With L.A. County To Reopen King Medical Facility" (Hennessy-Fiske, Los Angeles Times, 11/20).
- "UC Regents Vote To Reopen Troubled L.A. Hospital" (Mohajer, AP/Ventura County Star, 11/19).
- "UC Regents Approve Plan To Reopen MLK Hospital" (Evans, Torrance Daily Breeze, 11/19).