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Department of Health Policy and Management Community Partners


Community Partners Program

The Community Partners Program is an annual giving program that supports the high quality educational programs, research, and community services offered by the UCLA Department of Health Policy and Management.

The UCLA Department of Health Policy and Management works to improve the health status of all people in the community by developing the next generation of leaders in the health sector; conducting the highest quality research; innovating to solve the complex challenges of health care policy and delivery; educating health policy, management, and public health practice professionals; and partnering with the community to disseminate and apply new knowledge.  Our graduate programs have provided both the public and private health sectors with the community’s finest leadership for more than 40 years and we are committed to continuing to develop new generations of leaders in the health sector to serve our communities and populations around the world.

Becoming a Community Partner is a unique opportunity to support the UCLA Department of Health Policy and Management and gain access to the Department’s expertise and scholarly resources, as well as receive prominent recognition for involvement in the program.  Support from the Community Partners Program is designated for the Department’s recruitment of top faculty and students, technology upgrades for teaching and research programs, and financial assistance to our students.


  • Community Partners are provided with opportunities to engage with UCLA's world-class faculty, researchers and students.
  • Community Partners are invited to healthcare management and policy oriented events to interact with experts in the field.
  • Recognition on the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management’s website and in internationally distributed newsletters and brochures.
  • Recognition in the Department’s Leaders of Today, Leaders of Tomorrow annual Alumni Dinner event.
  • Access to students for residencies, internships, and course-related field work.
  • Assistance with arranging student job interviews.
  • Privileges at UCLA libraries for an individual in the Partner’s organization.
  • Emails or mailings on upcoming seminars and special events in the Department of Health Policy and Management and the Fielding School of Public Health.
  • Complimentary parking at UCLA as needed.


Gifts to the Community Partners Fund should be made payable to:

“The UCLA Foundation – Department of Health Policy and Management”

Mailing address:

UCLA Fielding School of Public Health
Department of Health Policy and Management
31-269 CHS, Box 951772
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1772