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Grounded in the spirit of cura personalis—care for the whole person—Georgetown University School of Medicine educates the whole student to care for the whole patient and community. Since our founding in 1851, we have been preparing talented students to become patient-focused clinicians, researchers, and leaders capable of addressing our society’s greatest health needs.

Investing in a healthier future

Today, we are called to empower a new generation of professionals who will shape the future of medicine and the health of our communities. We will build on our enduring strengths—our dedication to championing the common good, our renowned academics and interdisciplinary approach, our patient-centered and collaborative mindset—and grow our impact.

Philanthropic support will make this possible, as we seek to offer competitive scholarship packages, attract and retain high-performing faculty, engage students in interdisciplinary studies, and empower them to meet the varied health needs of diverse populations.

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Thank you

Gifts to the Medical School Annual Fund channel resources to the school’s highest priorities and make an immediate impact. If you are interested in contributing to named scholarships, endowments, capital projects, or other areas, please contact Sumana Chatterjee, senior director of development for medicine and health, at Sumana.Chatterjee@georgetown.edu or 202-687-3427.