UC Medical Centers Prepared To Receive Ebola Patients
On Friday, University of California officials announced that its five medical centers in the state are prepared to handle Ebola patients if there are any confirmed cases in California. The UC centers in Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco will coordinate with the state and local health departments on Ebola preparedness.
- "Five UC Hospitals Now Designated for Ebola Care" (Dembosky, "State of Health," KQED, 10/24).
- "UCLA, 4 Other UC Hospitals Ready To Treat California Ebola Patients" (Brown, "L.A. Now," Los Angeles Times, 10/24).
- "UC Says its Five Medical Centers Are Ready To Take Ebola Patients" (Rauber, Sacramento Business Journal, 10/24).
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