JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.
The agency's current mission is to improve the health and wellness of underserved segments of the population of Los Angeles County through the direct provision or coordination of health care, health education services and research. The mission is being accomplished through a variety of programs and activities, such as medical outreach and referrals for medical care, HIV services and drug treatment; health education; psychosocial assessment and intervention; primary medical care; family planning services; and research.
Wesley Health Centers (Fedde) in Hawaiian Gardens provides health care services for the entire family. The health center is conveniently located in close proximity to La Palma, Lakewood, and Cerritos -- located on the grounds of Pharis F. Fedde Middle School.
Services offered at Wesley Health Centers (Fedde) include:
Wesley Health Centers at Lynwood Middle School provides health care services for the entire family. The health center is conveniently located in close proximity to South Gate, Compton, and Paramount-- located on the grounds of Lynwood Middle School.
Services offered at Wesley Health Centers (Lynwood Middle School) include:
Hawaiian Gardens is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. It is the smallest city in the county (approximately 1.0 mi²) and was incorporated on April 9, 1964. The population was 14,254 at the 2010 census, down from 14,779 at the 2000 census. The town's unusual name originated in a 1920s refreshment stand that was decorated with palm fronds and bamboo. It was the then-rural area's main landmark for many years, and its name stuck as the small town grew up around it. As one of seven Los Angeles County cities that allow casino gambling, more than $9.2 million (65%) of the city's revenue comes from the Hawaiian Gardens Casino.
The City of Hawaiian Gardens enjoys an outstanding business area profile with respect to location, the people, the neighborhoods, and opportunities. In the Gateway Region, Hawaiian Gardens location is central to downtown Los Angeles’s booming economic core but away from the confines, costs, and confusion of the urban metropolis. The City has stable quality neighborhoods where the crime rate is low and the city government is committed to a safe and a secure future. Hawaiian Gardens is home to the Hawaiian Gardens Casino, an over 57,000 square foot casino serving surrounding communities since 1996.
A location accessible to downtown Los Angeles’ booming economic hub, Hawaiian Gardens is at the core of the vital Gateway Region, the industrial heartland of the greater Los Angeles. A location central to three major freeways, with great airport access; 22 miles to Los Angeles Airport, 20 miles to Santa Ana Airport, 10 miles to the Long Beach Airport, and 37 miles to the Ontario Airport. Additionally, Hawaiian Gardens is only 20 miles from the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors. Such great access to freeways, airports, and harbors makes Hawaiian Gardens an ideal location as the gateway to Southern California.
Lynwood is a California city located in Los Angeles County, about 14 miles south of Los Angeles and 22 miles northwest of Anaheim. Neighboring communities include South Gate (to the north), Compton (to the south), and Downey (to the east). Major highways in or near the city include Interstates I-105, I-110, and I-710. Nearest airports are the Long Beach airport (9 miles away) and Los Angeles International Airport (about 14 miles away).
Founded by Don Antonio Lugo as part of an 1810 Spanish land grant, Lynwood evolved as a residential center in the early 20th century. Incorporated in 1921, the city experienced relatively slow growth until shortly after World War II. The city got its name from the "Lynwood Dairy and Creamery", an establishment created.
The University of Southern California is located only four miles from Lynwood. Other nearby attractions include the Carson Center (7 miles away), the Los Angeles Convention Center (8 miles away) and the Staples Center (9 miles away) which is a multipurpose sports arena serving as the home of five Los Angeles area professional basketball, hockey, and arena football teams. Lynwood's proximity to Los Angeles also provides quick access to many of the city's other attractions.