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University of Central Florida Medical Record Administration Program Records

Identifier: UA18K

Scope and Contents

Series I: Chronological Files, 1971-1990 contains accreditation reports containing self-evaluations, as well as correspondence to and from the program director, and meeting minutes concerning operation of the program.


  • Created: 1971-1990
  • Other: Majority of material found in 1971-1974



The entire collection is open for research.

Copyright Statement

Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. Permission to publish, quote or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.

Biographical or Historical Information

Starting in 1969, Medical Records Science was listed as an undergraduate program offered by the Department of Allied Health Sciences. Students enrolled in this program to learn the study of the preparation and keeping of all forms of medical records. The program and department were both housed in the College of Natural Science. In 1972, the program name changed to Medical Record Administration (MRA).

In 1978, the program moved with several others into the newly created College of Health Related Professions, which was renamed the College of Health in 1980. From 1978 to 1990, Medical Record Administration was not under a specific academic department. Then in 1990, the same year that the College of Health became the College of Health and Professional Studies, Medical Record Administration became a program within the newly created Department of Health Sciences. In 1991, the college name changed again to the College of Health and Public Affairs, and was often referred to with the acronym COHPA.

Soon after, in 1993, the Medical Record Administration program was renamed Health Information Management (HIM). The program was moved first to the new Department of Health Services Administration, then moved to the Department of Health Professions and Physical Therapy. Health Information Management remained in this department, which was renamed the Department of Health Professions in 2000, until July 2008, when the Health Information Management program became part of a new Department of Health Management and Informatics.


2 boxes (1.2 Linear Feet)


The Medical Record Administration program, now known as Health Information Management program, was founded in 1969 to assist students in learning medical record-keeping. This collection includes accreditation documents, correspondence, and meeting minutes.

Arrangement Note

This collection is arranged in one series with the files arranged alphabetically.

Method of Acquisition

Belinda McCarthy transferred these materials to the University of Central Florida Libraries, Special Collection and University Archives in 2005 (CFU2005_12).

Accruals and Additions

Collection Identifier: CFU2005_12

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Processing Information

Collection processed by and finding aid prepared by Russell Moore in 2009. Removed contents from binders, removed paper clips and stapled papers from binders, placed documents into acid-free file folders according to their placement in binders, and placed folders into acid-free boxes. The finding aid was placed into Archon, with adjustments made for Archon and resulting in edition 2, by Mary Rubin in 2015. The acquisition method field and the subjects were updated by Kryslynn Collazo in 2018, resulting in edition 3.
University of Central Florida Medical Record Administration Program Records
Russell Moore
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Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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Repository Details

Part of the UCF University Archives Repository

Special Collections & University Archives
University of Central Florida Libraries
P.O. Box 162666
Orlando Florida 32816-2666 US
(407) 823-2576