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The Office of Traffic Safety Awards More Than Half a Million Dollars to Transform Trauma Data Management in Los Angeles County

The Office of Traffic Safety Awards More Than Half a Million Dollars to Transform Trauma Data Management in Los Angeles County 400 102 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

The California Office of Traffic Safety has awarded a grant of $700,902 to LA County Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Harbor-UCLA Department of Emergency Medicine, and the Lundquist Institute.

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Federal Grant Funds Innovative Mobile Application to Revolutionize EMS Trauma Care in Los Angeles County

Federal Grant Funds Innovative Mobile Application to Revolutionize EMS Trauma Care in Los Angeles County 400 102 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

The California Office of Traffic Safety has awarded Los Angeles County Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Harbor-UCLA Department of Emergency Medicine, and the Lundquist Institute a significant $1,015,566 grant to facilitate the development and implementation of an innovative mobile application aimed at enhancing prehospital trauma care.

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Semi-Final Results Announced for the November 7 Local and Municipal Elections

Semi-Final Results Announced for the November 7 Local and Municipal Elections 600 145 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced semi-final results for the November 7 Local and Municipal Elections.

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Vote Centers and Ballot Drop Boxes Closed for the November 7 Local and Municipal Elections

Vote Centers and Ballot Drop Boxes Closed for the November 7 Local and Municipal Elections 600 145 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced Vote Centers and Ballot Drop Boxes are closed for the November 7 Local and Municipal Elections.

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Office of Violence Prevention Partners With California Community Foundation to Invest in Violence Prevention, Intervention and Healing Services

Office of Violence Prevention Partners With California Community Foundation to Invest in Violence Prevention, Intervention and Healing Services 600 117 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

The Department of Public Health’s Office of Violence Prevention, in partnership with California Community Foundation (CCF), has awarded more than $5.8 million for violence intervention and prevention programs, including seven hospital violence intervention programs, 10 street outreach programs and one peer to peer learning academy – in the first and second round of grant funding offered through Public Health’s Trauma Prevention Partnerships Initiative.

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