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UCLA, 4 other UC hospitals ready to treat California Ebola patients
UCLA, 4 other UC hospitals ready to treat California Ebola patients

Officials announced Friday that all five University of California medical centers are positioned to provide care for Californians with confirmed Ebola -- should any such cases arise. As of the announcement, there were no confirmed or suspected patients with Ebola in the state, the University of California Office of the President and the California Department of Public Health emphasized, in a press release announcing the hospitals' readiness. But the UC facilities -- in Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco -- all said they would be ready to leap into action if that changed. "We appreciate [the UC Medical Centers'] leadership role in willingness to treat...

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