Refreshments • On-the-spot interviews • Hospital tours • Gifts for all attendees • Walk-ins welcome
Thursday, June 16 • 4pm-7pm
Terrace Hall on the MLK Campus
(conveniently located 2 blocks south of the 105 Fwy at the Wilmington exit)
1680 E. 120th St, Los Angeles, CA 90059
Just fill in your information and upload your resume.
Open interview day every Wednesday 10am – 4pm
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital
1680 E. 120th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90059
Experienced RNs can cross train from ED RN to ICU RN and from ICU RN to ED RN at MLKCH. To qualify, you must have at least one year of experience working in either the Intensive Care Unit or Emergency Department as a Registered Nurse.
Case Management • LDRP • NICU • OR • Telemetry • Management roles
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital is truly the heart of the city bringing quality healthcare to the communities we serve.
Conveniently located off the 105 Fwy between the 110 Fwy and the 710 Fwy, we are close to the excitement of Hollywood, the ocean beauty of Marina Del Rey and world-class shopping in Santa Monica and Century City. Get to know us and join us!
The mission of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital is to provide compassionate, collaborative, quality care and improve the health of our community. Our goal is to make every resident of South Los Angeles the healthiest they can be. To accomplish this, we will provide inpatient services through our state-of-the-art hospital, and will partner with other healthcare providers in the community to supplement our hospital-based services. All care will be coordinated through a safe and secure electronic health record system. In addition, MLKCH will serve as a resource by supporting a coordinated integrated approach to community wellness.
With all the new and innovative technology MLKCH has to offer, it makes for a great and efficient patient care experience. Patients are amazed. Everyone here is so dedicated in making staff welcome that you feel like you belong. I’m so happy to be part of such an amazing team.
- Gina, RN, Clinical Unit Supervisor, Maternal Child Health
I’m proud of where I work and who I work with. My most recent job was in a large acute care hospital. The culture there seemed to put focus on objectives other than patient care. Working at MLK, I feel that patient care – the patient – is the center here, every time. Just walking into the hospital, you understand how it has been designed for efficient nurse/caregiver workflow.
- Lorina, MSN, RN-BC, AGCNS, PHN, Clinical Information Systems Specialist
It’s a blessing to be part of this hospital. It’s completely new and there is a lot of opportunity for learning. At MLK, nurses have a voice to give input. You can express yourself and your opinions are heard. As a brand new institution, we’ve had a few wrinkles here and there, but everyone works together and we can all say “I had a part in that”.
- Anahiz, RN, BSN, Intensive Care Unit
At a lot of established hospitals, things are set and not much is going to change. Here my voice is heard, leaders listen and are open to suggestions. This is a once in a life time opportunity to help open a brand new hospital and the patients are so grateful for the care. It truly is a new day at MLK. If you want to branch out, establish new protocols, learn new things and put your RN experience to the test, this is the place.
- Priscilla, RN, BSN, Emergency Department