Giving to the University of Rochester Medical Center

Help Us Ensure Medicine of the Highest Order

Dr. Brad BerkThank you for your interst in supporting the University of Rochester Medical Center.

At the Medical Center, we provide hope for people and their families—from novel research and breakthrough discoveries to innovative approaches to medicine. We also educate the next generation of physicians and nurses and provide care delivered by teams of skilled and compassionate professionals. We call this “Medicine of the Highest Order.”

This is a very exciting time for the Medical Center. We have embarked on a $650 million campaign, part of the University’s overall $1.2 billion comprehensive campaign The Meliora Challenge: The Campaign for the University of Rochester. With your support, we will continue to transform our patient-care environments, help educate new generations of scientist and clinicians who will lead their fields, and fund new treatments and preventions, the impact of which will be felt in the Rochester community and around the world.

As CEO, I am proud to lead this critical initiative but we need help from individuals like you—our friends and supporters. Private philanthropy is very powerful; it creates the opportunity for transformational change. Whether you choose to support our stellar faculty or programs, support capital needs, give annually or include us in your estate plans, every gift, large or small, matters.

Many people hope and dream of doing something remarkable for the world some day. I invite you to do it today. Please join me in building a better future by clicking on “Make A Gift.” I also invite you to read more about the campaign and learn about the incredible people and programs we have in the Medical Center. You are also encouraged to contact a member of the Advancement team to learn of the many ways you can give.

Make a difference—now and for future generations. Thank you.

Bradford C. Berk, M.D. '81, Ph.D '81.
University of Rochester Medical Center and UR Medicine CEO
Senior Vice President for Health Services

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