For more than a century, Cedars-Sinai has served vulnerable communities across Los Angeles. This commitment to community service is one of Cedars-Sinai's defining qualities as a leading nonprofit academic health system.
More than 500 Cedars-Sinai staff members have been trained by an expert team to recognize and report evidence that a patient may be the victim of human trafficking or forced labor and what they can do to help.
After their children participated in Share & Care's weekly school-based art-therapy sessions, 71% of parents said they saw improvement in their child's self-esteem.
Cedars-Sinai fulfills its vital mission to the community by investing in programs and services to improve the health status of the community. We work closely with schools, FQHC, local government, senior centers and other agencies to improve community health, better meet community needs, and to expand the capacity of other organizations to serve those who are most vulnerable, maximizing the impact of joint efforts to improve lives.
Access to Services
Community health programs offered in local schools, senior centers and community centers to give underserved residents access to free health education, screenings and immunizations.
Cedars-Sinai engages in strategic, high-impact philanthropy focused on improving access to care, addressing social determinants of health and promoting civic engagement to help Los Angeles' most vulnerable residents.
Health education that prepares kids, parents and caregivers how to care for their individual health and the health of the community.
Community programs deliver vital health services to the most vulnerable in the Los Angeles area. We seek to leverage our world-class expertise in prevention, patient care and education to make the greatest impact in the community.
The wide-ranging efforts from Cedars-Sinai to improve the community's health reflect a great deal of study and planning to determine how we can most effectively translate our commitment into action that will ensure a healthier future for those in greatest need.