Ralph Di Libero

President of the LA County Medical Association

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President of the Los Angeles County Medical Association, a professional association representing physicians in Los Angeles County; orthopedic surgeon based at Kaiser

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Closing down LA County’s  King/Harbor  hospital once seemed unthinkable.

King Harbor Hospital on Life Support

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The  King/Drew Medical Center  was opened by LA County after the Watts Riots of 1965, to provide much-needed medical care in South Central Los Angeles.  But King/Drew has been plagued…

Harbor-UCLA to Take Over King/Drew Hospital

The King/Drew Medical Center was opened by LA County after the Watts Riots of 1965, to provide much-needed medical care in South Central Los Angeles.  But King/Drew has been plagued…

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