The UCLA Health System Board meeting took place on October 4, 2017, at Geffen Hall. Hosted by Dr. John C. Mazziotta (RES ’81, FEL ’83), vice chancellor of UCLA Health Sciences and CEO of UCLA Health, and Henry Gluck, chairman of the UCLA Health System Board, the meeting featured a presentation on acute stroke care at UCLA. Stroke is the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the United States. The talk highlighted UCLA Health’s new Mobile Stroke Unit program, the first of its kind in the Western United States, which has the potential to transform outcomes for this condition by dramatically lessening treatment-response time. Attendees heard from Dr. Jeffrey Saver, professor and senior associate vice chair of neurology and director of the UCLA Comprehensive Stroke Center, and Dr. May Nour (RES ’13, FEL ’14, ’15), assistant professor of neurology and radiology and medical director of the UCLA Arline and Henry Gluck Stroke Rescue Program. Volunteers from UCLA’s People-Animal Connection greeted guests at the reception.