Kelly Kurcz

Nurse and director of emergency services at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center

Guest

Nurse and director of emergency services at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center

Kelly Kurcz on KCRW

Hospitals closings have led to a shortage of medical services in Los
Angeles County. So why is there opposition to a hospital’s expansion
plans in the San Fernando Valley?

Amid Many Closures, One Hospital Tries to Expand its Emergency Services

Hospitals closings have led to a shortage of medical services in Los Angeles County. So why is there opposition to a hospital’s expansion plans in the San Fernando Valley?

from Which Way, L.A.?

More from KCRW

Sue Carpenter ran a pirate radio station called KBLT from her Silver Lake apartment in the late 90s. Now it’s been reimagined as an interactive experience.

from Greater LA

One week after the Monterey Park mass shooting, community members gathered in Alhambra to commemorate Lunar New Year and honor those who lost their lives.

from Greater LA

The department told CalMatters it can’t say how many cases it chose not to investigate during the past 18 months under a new state law, which aimed to ensure state oversight of police…

from News Stories

Deadly mass shootings occurred in Half Moon Bay and Oakland on Monday, following Saturday’s massacre in Monterey Park.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Two refugees who escaped Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport meet for the first time since 1939, recounting stories of how they left Europe as children.

from Greater LA

Regenerative agriculture grows healthier food, captures carbon from the atmosphere, and fights climate change. So why isn’t every farmer doing it?

from Greater LA

Mayor Karen Bass’s “Inside Safe” initiative has brought more than 100 unhoused people into shelters. But how fast permanent housing will materialize?

from Greater LA

Heavy rains bring destruction to SoCal, and thousands of residents in Santa Barbara County remain stranded. President Biden declared a state of emergency.

from Greater LA

The College Board has revised some of its new AP African American studies curriculum following criticism from Governor Ron DeSantis and other conservatives.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand