The UNC Division of Geriatric Medicine and Center for Aging and Health are leading geriatric clinical, research, educational, and training sites. The Center for Aging and Health is dedicated to evidence-based research and training which provides excellent interdisciplinary clinical care and services improving the quality of life for our aging population.

Your gift will build and sustain our teaching programs for health care providers who care for the growing population of older adults.

 

Support the Division Geriatric Medicine and Center for Aging and Health

Center for Aging and Health Advancement Fund
The Center for Aging and Health Advancement Fund provides one of the most important sources of support – gifts that are unrestricted. Gifts to this fund allow the Division and Center to pursue their mission to provide outstanding care to older adults, educate the next generation of geriatric physicians and researchers, and conduct evidence-based research for improving clinical care.

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Should you have any questions or would like to discuss your support, please contact:
Beth Braxton
Director of Development, Department of Medicine
beth_braxton@med.unc.edu
919-843-8254

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