Many times, patients ask us about ways to thank the doctors, nurses and others who cared for them during their stay at Medical University Hospital. By making a gift to the Giving Back Program, you can thank your caregivers in a meaningful way while helping them change what’s possible in health care for their patients.
Gifts made to the Giving Back Program help pay for:
In short, your gifts help us build and maintain the most professional and comfortable patient-care environment possible.
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