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Georgetown University Medical Center

Georgetown University Medical Center is an internationally recognized academic health and science center with a four-part mission of research, teaching, service and patient care (provided through a partnership with MedStar Health). The largest, most prominent Catholic medical center in the country, Georgetown University Medical Center’s mission is carried out with a dedication to the Catholic, Jesuit principles of public service (“women and men in service to others”) and cura personalis, or “care of the whole person.”

The Medical Center includes Georgetown’s School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health, Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Biomedical Graduate Education, and Biomedical Research programs, which together account for 60 percent of the university’s sponsored research funding.

Your Support Matters

Gifts to the Georgetown University Medical Center support everything from scholarships and innovative faculty research to new buildings and technologies.

If you are interested in contributing to named scholarships, endowments, capital projects or other areas, please call or e-mail one of GUMC’s development officers.