Support the Department

Support the Department

Your gift will fund innovative research that unites the expertise of scientists throughout the university to develop targeted new therapies and cures

We invite you to support the Department of Family Medicine’s outstanding patient care programs, community health research and medical education. We greatly appreciate your generosity and partnership as we realize our vision of improving the health of individual patients and our community as a whole by providing high-quality, patient-centered, family-oriented health care.

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If you are interested in supporting our programs, please contact:
Silviya Aleksiyenko, M.P.A.
Senior Director of Development
(323) 442-5396
Silviya.Aleksiyenko@med.usc.edu

How You Can Help

Selected examples of Department of Family Medicine groundbreaking work include:

Philanthropic Impact Report

The 2016 Philanthropic Impact Report highlights what the Department of Family Medicine has achieved in the last two years. With your help, we will continue to innovate, educate and provide personal care and direct services to patients and their families. We are deeply grateful for your support.

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Commitment to innovative primary care

The department is dedicated to developing innovative models of care including creating interprofessional teams that provide a broad range of professional expertise at the point of care.

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Experts on elder justice

The department has an internationally recognized team committed to elder justice. Their work focuses on improving how we identify, treat and prevent older adults from becoming victims of abuse. This team of experts continues to pave the way to improved care by focusing on the intersection of social justice and healthcare for older adults.

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Leaders in medical education

Our faculty and physicians teach all levels of medical students, residents and fellows. It is through generous funding that they are able to devote time to teaching and serving as role models for students. The training and guidance they provide today creates a far-reaching impact on the practice of family medicine tomorrow.

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