Links may be made to external websites that meet the criteria below (ultimately determined by UCLA Health's Web Content Manager). Please have links to external websites open in a new window.
- Sites that are owned by non-profit health organizations, such as the American Cancer Society (www.cancer.org)
- Sites that are maintained and/or owned by other areas of UCLA Health (such as neurosurgery.ucla.edu, obgyn.ucla.edu)
- Sites that are official content partners with UCLA Health (i.e. content that is linked throughout the site). Any site that ends with ucla.edu is acceptable.
- Sites of businesses that are marketing/community partners with UCLA Health (i.e. Bruin KidsClub, UCLA Athletics, Santa Monica Place/Samo’s Clubhouse)
- Sites that will provide a unique online resource to assist in providing health information or other needed information for UCLA Health consumers
External links will not be made to sites that fall within any of the following criteria:
- Sites that are owned or managed by a political party, candidate or special-interest group or are of a political nature.
- Sites containing any materials that may reasonably be considered offensive. Offensive materials are defined as sexual content or images, slurs against race, religious or political beliefs, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin or physical attributes.
Links may be made to UCLA's website by outside contacts. All hypertext links should point to UCLA's homepage, www.uclahealth.org, unless another URL is otherwise agreed upon. We do not have control over websites who link to us, and the information about UCLA on these sites can become outdated. If you run across such a site, please contact the Content Manager, who will attempt to contact the other website and ask for the information to be updated or removed.
When in doubt about the content on an external website, please err on the side of caution to protect UCLA. Please feel free to contact the Marketing Department at email@example.com for clarification.
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All links to outside resources on UCLAhealth.org should open in a new, dedicated browser window.