Donations

The Department of Medicine at Henry Ford supports the clinical, academic, and research initiatives of more than 300 physicians across 11 subspecialty areas of medicine. Government and public sources for funding the Department of Medicine’s education and research activities have been continually declining, and the role of private funding sources has become increasingly critical to all specialty areas of medicine. We would not be able to do all that we do without the generosity of others who support our mission for advancing clinical care, research, and education. Our staff is grateful for the many charitable gifts that benefit our programs and our patients.

Charitable gift areas

Areas for ongoing support for the Department of Medicine at Henry Ford include:

  • Internal Medicine Education and Research Fund: Newly established in 2012, the department’s education and research fund aims to support staff and resident physicians by providing funds to pursue professional, academic, and leadership development; continued medical education; purchase of research equipment; funding for an additional year of research for fellowships; bridge supports for clinician-investigators; and resources to pursue global health initiatives.
  • Internal Medicine Divisions: Each Division within the Department of Medicine offers distinct opportunities for support, such as for education, research, and innovation.

To learn more about supporting the Department of Medicine, please contact:

Philanthropy Office
(313) 876-8431

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