UCLA DA 210.03: To Execute Certain Affiliation Agreements with Other Institutions or Hospitals
Date:
November 14, 2002
From: Chancellor Albert Carnesale
To: Executive Vice Chancellor Daniel M. Neuman
Provost, College of Letters & Science Brian Copenhaver
Dean, School of Nursing Marie J. Cowan
Dean, Henry Samueli School of Engineering & Applied Science Vijay Dhir
Dean, Graduate School of Education & Information Studies Aimee Dorr
Vice Provost, Hospital System & Medical Center Michael Karpf
Dean, Continuing Education & Extension Robert Lapiner
Provost & Dean, Medical Sciences & School of Medicine Gerald S. Levey
Dean, School of Public Policy & Social Research Barbara J. Nelson
Dean, School of Dentistry No Hee zzzPark
Senior Associate Dean, School of Medicine Neil H. Parker
Dean, School of Theater, Film & Television Robert Rosen
Dean, School of Public Health Linda Rosenstock
Vice Provost & Chief Medical Officer, UCLA Medical Group J. Thomas Rosenthal
Dean, School of Law Jonathan Varat
Dean, School of the Arts & Architecture Christopher Waterman
Dean, Anderson Graduate School of Management Bruce G. Willison
References:
  1. UCOP DA 0916 (To Execute Certain Affiliation Agreements with Other Institutions or Hospitals) to Chancellors, et al., December 8, 1986;
  2. Regents' Standing Order 100.4 (dd) (5).
Supersedes: UCLA DA 210.02 to Executive Vice Chancellor Hume, et al., dated August 16, 2000.

Effective as of the date above, I hereby redelegate to you, in your respective capacities and areas of responsibility, the authority to execute certain affiliation agreements between other institutions or hospitals and the UCLA Hospitals (UCLA Medical Center, UCLA Santa Monica Hospital, or the Neuropsychiatric Hospital) or other UCLA professional schools or colleges.

As specified in Standing Order 100.4 (dd) (5), approval of The Regents is required for “Affiliation agreements with other institutions or hospitals involving direct financial obligations or commitments to programs not previously approved.” The General Counsel has interpreted the meaning of this Standing Order to require Regental approval when the direct financial obligation or commitment is imposed on the University.

Each proposed affiliation agreement is to be reviewed and approved as to form by Campus Counsel or the Office of General Counsel prior to execution. If a standardized form which has received prior approval from the Office of General Counsel is used, further review by the Office of General Counsel is not required.

Two copies of each executed affiliation agreement are to be sent to the Vice President – Health Affairs as soon as possible after execution so that the annual reports of affiliation agreements executed under this delegation of authority may be prepared for submission to The Regents.

This authority may not be further redelegated.


cc: Senior Vice President, Business & Finance
Vice President, Health Affairs
Director, Academic Health Services, Office of Vice President Health Affairs
General Counsel & Vice President, Legal Affairs
Special Assistant, Coordination & Review
Secretary of The Regents
Administrative Policies Coordinator