Jane Henney, MD, senior vice president and provost of health affairs, announced during the April 19 "State of the Center" address that the institution was returning to its "official designation" of Academic Health Center.
While investigating what needed to be done to make the name change, Dr. Henney said it was discovered that the UC Board of Trustees approved Academic Health Center many years ago.
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