The Department of Community Health and Family Medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine aims to improve the health of our community. Philanthropy provides an important source of support, helping to ensure excellence in all areas of our mission. Through donations, we are able to continue our mission of serving our patients and community, and positively shaping the future of healthcare.
If you are interested in investing in our work, please consider the following opportunities for collaboration. With your help, together we can make a difference!
By giving to one of the funds below, you can help us make an impact in family medicine:
- Sey Park Memorial Fund for Resident and Student Education and Resiliency Outreach
To support education and research activities of residents and medical students associated with the Department of Community Health and Family Medicine. Celebrating Sey Park
- Carey R. Barber, M.D. Scholarship for Providers Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention Fund
As medical school expenses in this country continue to rise at a rapid pace, your commitment to our students will leave a lasting legacy for future generations. Your gift to scholarship helps the best students obtain the world-class education they need and deserve. The Carey Barber scholarship supports a medical student interested in family medicine, depression and suicide prevention.
- David & Pearl Braddock Endowment for Underserved Patients Fund
This fund supports improving patient care for underserved populations at the UF Health Family Medicine clinics on the east side of Gainesville.
- Community Health and Family Medicine Education and Development Fund
This fund supports educational and developmental expenses for residents, students and faculty.
- Free Center for Primary Care Fund
This fund supports the H. James Free, M.D., Center for Primary Care Education & Innovation. The center is dedicated to encouraging students to pursue primary care as a profession, improving medical outcomes for the undeserved patient population and coordinating primary care education throughout the College of Medicine for medical students, physician assistant students, and residents.
How will you leave a legacy?
There are various planned giving methods to support the UF College of Medicine. Each offers opportunities to have a major impact upon college excellence as well as numerous benefits for donors. For more information on planned giving and estate gifts, please visit the University of Florida Gift and Estate Planning website.
If you have any questions about making a donation, please contact:
UF Health Office of Development
1329 SW 16th Street Suite 3150
Gainesville, Florida 32608