The County of Los Angeles is on the forefront of providing a vast array of essential health care services. From operating four hospitals and 19 health centers, to overseeing 39 public health programs and contracting with nearly a thousand mental health providers, the County has a major impact on the physical and mental health of our ten million residents, particularly in our most vulnerable communities.
For our first meeting of 2018, Sup. Mark Ridley-Thomas will discuss the status of County health programs and hospitals, as well as the work being done after the successful passage of Measure H in 2017 to fund services for the homeless.
The Council will also discuss the 2018 advocacy agenda and federal priorities for the upcoming ACCESS Washington, D.C. delegation trip.
The Health Care Council advocates for policies that ensure responsible health care reform implementation, strengthen our County's health care safety net and promote healthier lifestyles.
All Council meetings are open to Chamber members only. Media and guests are only allowed with prior approval.
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas
County of Los Angeles
For more information, contact Olivia Lee, 213.580.7531.