In 2018, there were 3,238,050 visits to the 75 hospital emergency departments in Los Angeles County.
1967. Graduates of the Queen of Angels School of Nursing pose with their nursing pins. With them is Sister M. Pauline, Queen of Angels administrator. In 1918, Los Angeles County became one of the first counties in the nation to admit African American students to its nursing school.
Los Angeles County was one of the first to deploy paramedic firefighter units in the nation. It did not happen easily.
The 2014 award-winning documentary that was the inspiration for the television drama series "Code Black." In 2013, a documentary filmmaker was given unprecedented access to the Emergency Room at USC-Los Angeles County Medical Center, one of the busiest emergency departments in the U.S.