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[Box/folder# or item name], Comprehensive Health Planning Council of Los Angeles County plans and reports, Collection no. 0441, California Social Welfare Archives, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California
This small collection contains reports and planning documents issued by the Comprehensive Health Planning Council of Los Angeles County, either independently or in conjunction with other agencies, 1972-1976.
The Comprehensive Health Planning Council of Los Angeles County was a not-for-profit corporation authorized by the State Health Planning Council to carry out comprehensive health planning in Los Angeles County. It was one of twelve area-wide agencies covering California, and one of about 200 such agencies across the United States. In addition to developing a comprehensive plan, the Council established its own goal of assuring equal access to the highest possible health care for all residents of Los Angeles County, evaluating available health care resources, assessing community health care needs, and setting priorities for the utilization of available resources.