Whether you contribute to a scholarship fund, an endowed chair, a new facility or a new area of medical research, you are providing the university with the critical resources it needs to faithfully execute its mission as a teaching hospital.
As South Carolina’s only dental school, the James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine is an important source of dentists in a state that is currently under-served in terms of dental care.
Since 1965, our college has played a key role in continued progress and innovation in healthcare through the training of biomedical researchers and physician-scientists.
With 14 degree programs, we are South Carolina’s leading institution for the training of physical and occupational therapists, hospital administrators, lab technicians and other paramedical professionals involved in the healing and restoration of the human body.
Ours is the state’s premier medical school, one that today includes 24 departments and is recognized as a national leader in medical education, research and patient care.
For over 135 years, our College has prepared the finest professional nurses who care for patients, explore new ways to better serve them and educate future generations of nurses.
Founded in 1881, the pharmacy program at MUSC has a long and proud tradition of training professionals for a career in the field of pharmacy.
South Carolina’s leading children’s hospital is preparing for a new phase of life in a new home that’s bigger and better in every way..
Ours is the only comprehensive cardiovascular center in the state, offering the latest advances in pediatric and adult cardiology, interventional radiology, cardiovascular surgery and heart transplantation.
As the state’s only NCI-designated cancer center, Hollings brings together more than 180 physicians and scientists who are driving the discoveries that will lead to new treatments and ultimately a cure for cancer.
With one of the strongest kidney transplant programs in the nation, MUSC’s Transplant Center has achieved much in its short history. Incredible research developments over the past fifty years are paving the way for new discoveries that will vastly improve patient care and outcomes.
Before MUSC cardiology staff and students began their outreach work in Tanzania, residents of the East African nation had to travel thousands of miles and across an ocean to India for heart care. Why we support the Global Health for Cardiology Fund >
Last year, the Medical University of South Carolina Foundation received more than 14,000 individual philanthropic gifts. Behind each one of those gifts was a story. We are pleased to share a few of these stories with you now in our 2016 Annual Report on Giving.