The College of Medicine – Phoenix is proof of the power of community
The College of Medicine – Phoenix was created in 2007 as a result of extraordinary collaboration in addressing Arizona’s health care needs. Based at the ever-expanding Phoenix Biomedical Core and working together with our nine clinical partners, we are a tremendous resource for education, research, patient care and outreach.
Your support accelerates research discoveries in a number of critical areas — including cancer, stroke, traumatic brain injury and cardiovascular disease. Your gifts help us inspire and train exemplary physicians, scientists and leaders to optimize health in Arizona and beyond. When you support the College of Medicine – Phoenix, you champion inclusive excellence, access and advocacy.
Scholarship support gives our students freedom. Your gifts remove barriers to serving underserved populations or to becoming primary care physicians. Scholarships also create freedom from financial burden. Help us develop the doctors we need most.
Help us establish a Community Clinic near the College of Medicine-Phoenix campus to address a long-standing gap in healthcare access for students, faculty and the community.
SOME OF OUR TOP PRIORITIES
COM-Phoenix Scholarship Fund
Scholarships attract the best students, recognize academic achievement and promote diversity among the student body. All of these efforts enrich our campus and ensure a higher-quality education for our students. Scholarships make education attainable for those who need financial assistance, and they enable students to focus on schoolwork and learning, rather than on just trying to survive.
COM-Phoenix Dean’s Fund For Excellence
Gifts to the Dean’s Fund for Excellence allow the dean and their leadership team at the College of Medicine – Phoenix to make the right choices about ongoing needs and priorities and to direct resources where they are needed most. When you give an unrestricted gift, you give the college and the dean the flexibility to seize new initiatives, meet unexpected needs and strengthen ongoing programs.
Establish a Community Clinic near the College of Medicine-Phoenix campus to address a long-standing gap in healthcare access for students, faculty and the community.