The Stanford School of Medicine name and logo are well-established and carry world-class brand equity. It is the responsibility of everyone in the community to use these elements in a consistent manner to maintain a clear, unified brand identity.
Here you will find the information and assets you need to bring the brand to life. We recommend that you refer to this guide whenever you develop materials. Learn more »
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Retirement, replacement or reprioritization of Stanford Health Care or Stanford Medicine Partners (formerly UHA) must be jointly agreed upon by the dean and the CEO of Stanford Health Care, Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley (formerly Stanford Health Care — ValleyCare) and Stanford Medicine Partners (formerly UHA). Retirement, replacement or reprioritization of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, Stanford Medicine Children’s Health or PCHA must be jointly agreed upon by the dean and the CEO of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford.
As consistent with university policy, any use of the Stanford name and brand must be approved by the dean. Should the use of the name represent a different type of use, the provost or president should concur that it is appropriate.
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Talking Points and FAQs
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Stanford Medicine Brand
Explore our Stanford Medicine collective brand, comprising the School of Medicine and the pediatric and adult health care delivery systems.