Los Angeles' Chinatown hospital to reopen as 'healthcare city'

August 3, 2018

A Los Angeles Chinatown hospital is expected to reopen at the end of the summer as a "healthcare city," according to an article on the Los Angeles Downtown News website.

The hospital closed late in 2017, leaving many area residents worried about the loss of specialists and bilingual care.

“Allied Healthcare City” will include urgent care services, a comprehensive clinic and an ambulatory center.

Allied Healthcare City will be implemented over the course of three phases. By the end of summer, a comprehensive urgent care center will open. The second phase will include a multispecialty clinic with a surgical center, laboratory, radiology center and other elements. The third phase would involve establishing a new hospital on the site to provide essential services for the community.

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