University of California Health
See University of California Health’s multi-year strategic plan.
View the guidance from University of California Health (UCH) to UC campuses and academic health centers about SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19.
This UCH report examines the role of affiliations in expanding access to care and training opportunities.
The pandemic has obligated hospitals to consider scenarios in which the demand for critical resources could outstrip the supply.
The UC Global Health Institute reports on its efforts in 2022-2023 to make a meaningful impact locally and globally, propelled by the vision that improved health for everyone in the world is possible and essential.
The University’s health system and health professional schools drive growth across the state.
Explore the operational and financial performance of UC Davis Health, UC San Diego Health, UCI Health, UCLA Health and UCSF Health.
CDI2 leverages systemwide clinical data in a safe and respectful way to improve clinical and business operations.
Information on our Health Sciences Instruction begins on page 57 and Teaching Hospitals on page 109.
View our assessment of teaching, research and public service goals for the health enterprise in Chapter 11 of the University's annual accountability report.
UC has six academic health centers, including five that own or operate hospitals.
UCH has 20 health professional schools in seven disciplines (Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Optometry, Pharmacy, Public Health and Veterinary Medicine).
Learn more about President’s Ad Hoc Task Force guidance on the use of health data.
UCH has 20 health professional schools in seven disciplines (Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Optometry, Pharmacy, Public Health and Veterinary Medicine.
UCH is mindful of the importance of diversity in all stages of health education, training and faculty to improve patient experience, community health and economic mobility.
Continuing medical education provided by UC.
Health and medicine related videos from throughout the UC system.
University of California Health’s academic health centers and faculty practices provided $4.4 billion in FY 21-22 in programs, activities and care to treat and promote health and healing in communities across California.
This website provides the UC community and the public, including investors, with easy access to a variety of financial information about the University of California.
Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines with these FAQs from UCH academic health centers.