Community Benefits


White Memorial Medical Center (WMMC) is a not-for-profit, faith-based teaching hospital that has been providing a full range of inpatient, outpatient, emergency and diagnostic services to communities in and near downtown Los Angeles for 100 years.  Services include behavioral medicine, cleft palate program, cardiac and vascular care, diabetes care, diagnostic imaging, intensive and general medical care, oncology, orthopedic care, rehabilitation, specialized and general surgery, and women’s and children’s services.

One of the greatest assets an organization can possess is the trust of its community—both internal and external. WMMC devotes a significant amount of financial and human resources to carry on its legacy of almost 100 years of community-centered service. Beyond our role as one of the leading providers of health care in our community, we are committed to operating as a socially responsible organization as we meet the needs of our different stakeholders—our patients, physicians, workforce, neighbors, partners and donors.

Our goal is to enable people to achieve more than just good health; it is to create opportunities for growth and development that will make a real, lasting impact on the health of our community. White Memorial is proud to present our Community Benefits Report to fulfill the requirements of Senate Bill 697 and to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to our patients and our community. The Community Benefits Reports + Plans are based on the hospital's Community Health Needs Assessments.

2011 White Memorial Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment


2013 White Memorial Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment .


Accessing the WMMC Community BENEFITS REPORTS + PLANS

2011 Community Benefits Report

2012 Community Benefits Plan

2012 Community Benefits Report  

2013 Community Benefits Plan  

2013 - 2015 Community Health Plan  

Accessing the WMMC Community needs assessment & survey Online

1.     Navigate to www.prceasyview.com.

2.     Type WMMC as the user name and survey as the password.

3.     Select a Community Needs Assessment from the dropdown menu under “My Studies,” and under “Applications,” choose Reports then click on “Go.”

4.     Follow the instructions on the page to view the report.


For more information, contact our Community Relations Manager Sara Rubalcava-Beck at (323) 260-5848.


Conditions & Treatments