King/Drew Medical Center was hailed as a civil rights victory for South Los Angeles when it opened in 1972. But over the years, its standard of care declined so badly it came to be known as "Killer King." Today, it re-opened as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital.
Exterior view of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital
Interior view of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital
Hospital's state-of-the-art facilities
Hospital CEO Dr. Elaine Batchlor
Dr. Oscar Casillas
Photos by Saul Gonzalez