|Los Angeles County General Hospital |
(now County+USC Medical Center) Emergency Room, 1934
This week's arts and culture piece is on some of L.A.'s unsung heroes: the social workers at County+USC Hospital.
Here's how it begins:
As an Angeleno who lives alone and works alone, I’ve often wondered what might happen if I had, say, a stroke out on the street.
Enter Jan Crary, who for 28 years has worked as a licensed clinical social worker at L.A. County+USC Medical Center.
“Found down,” it turns out, is the medical term for people who are discovered unconscious or otherwise unable to identify themselves.
Part of Jan’s job over the years has been to identify them.
READ THE WHOLE PIECE HERE.
|County is HUGE!|
Just think--there are people in there who will help you!