Keck Medicine of USC on the move
Selfless and striving. That’s Keck Medicine of USC. It puts patients and our population first in the effort to ensure our well-being while also understanding that compassion is integral to that care. In hundreds of ways every day, it balances the needs of the today with hopes for a better tomorrow.
Vulnerable groups came first in USC’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts
When COVID-19 hit Southern California, Keck Medicine of USC mobilized to protect the hardest-hit, highest-risk communities.
USC and CHLA win $24.5 million NIH grant to establish center aimed at improving Latino health across Southern California
The Southern California Center for Chronic Health Disparities in Latino Families and Children will focus on reversing obesity and obesity-related chronic diseases in Latinos with culturally sensitive solutions.
Neurosurgeon and former patient take ‘iron anniversary’ to new distances
When Kathy Nguyen suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm while vacationing in L.A., nobody knew what was wrong with her until she was transferred to Keck Hospital of USC. Now fully recovered, she and her neurosurgeon competed together in the Arizona Ironman triathlon.
Steve Shapiro brings a big-picture approach to medicine at USC
USC’s top doc envisions the university as a role model for health equity and academic excellence.
For the fifth consecutive year, Keck Hospital of USC is nationally recognized with an ‘A’ hospital safety grade
The rating places Keck Hospital among the safest hospitals in the United States.
Keck Medicine of USC and Methodist Hospital take next steps toward affiliation
The organizations submitted a signed agreement to the California attorney general for review. Following regulatory approval, Methodist Hospital will officially join the university’s clinical enterprise as USC Arcadia Hospital.