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March 30 is National Doctors' Day!

Join us by honoring your doctors this year on National Doctors' Day. Created to acknowledge the life-changing work of these healers, we invite you to celebrate your physicians by recognizing their dedication and innovation through a gift to the specialty of your choice or to the Community Care Fund.

Just click the “Give Online” button on the side of this page and select either “National Doctor’s Day” or the specialty of your choice as your giving option on the online form. Please include the name of the physician or physicians that you would like us to recognize in the “In honor of” section.

Giving to UPMC

At UPMC, we are taking medicine from where it is to where it needs to be. You play an important part in making this happen.

As the premier health system in western Pennsylvania and one of the nation’s most respected academic medical centers, we depend on the support of the communities we serve as much as they depend on us.

Whether through your financial support by tax deductible donation, or by volunteering your time and life experience, you can help UPMC continue to provide world-class health care services and advance the boundaries of medical research. 

Through the pages that follow you will learn how you can make a difference in the future of health care by giving to UPMC. Please consider making your gift today.

Sincerely,

Clyde B. Jones III
President, Medical and Health Sciences Foundation
Chief Development Officer, UPMC

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