Ways You Can Help
Thank you for your consideration of support. One-time gifts can be made online or sent to either address below. If you would like information on multi-year pledges, how to make a gift of stock/securities or to learn more about our funding priorities, please contact either number below.
|University of Maryland Medical System Foundation
110 S. Paca Street, 9th Floor
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
|University of Maryland
School of Medicine
31 S. Greene Street, 3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201
(877) FUND-SOM (3863-766)
|Laura K. Wortman
Vice President, Development
Assistant Dean, Development
|Contributions made through the University of Maryland Medical System Foundation help to advance healthcare excellence across the University of Maryland Medical System. Our teams of physicians, nurses and staff are known for their expertise in delivering time-sensitive critical care medicine. Philanthropic support helps us to continue to deliver compassionate patient care in facilities that are commensurate with our expertise. Donor support allows us to purchase the newest technologies and equipment, continue and enhance our patient and family-care programs and improve the overall patient experience.
||Philanthropic support of the University of Maryland School of Medicine offers a wonderful way to say thanks to a physician for a job well done or to advance research into sometimes devastating diseases. It is an opportunity to create an enduring legacy at an institution on the cutting edge of scientific discovery; support some of the most prominent and respected physicians, scientists and investigators in academic medicine; and train the next generation of physicians and medical scientists.
The University of Maryland Medical System and the University of Maryland School of Medicine are leaders in patient care, medical education and biomedical research. As partners, we are committed to providing the highest quality compassionate patient care while remaining steadfast in our commitment to academic medicine and educating future healthcare professionals to work in the communities we serve.
This page was last updated: January 23, 2014