You have a lot of choices when it comes to supporting a nonprofit organization.
Whether you contribute to a scholarship fund, an endowed chair, a new facility or a new area of medical research, you are providing the university with the critical resources it needs to faithfully execute its mission as a teaching hospital.
A gift at any college supports the future of education at the Medical University of South Carolina.
As South Carolina’s only dental school, the James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine is an important source of dentists in a state that is currently under-served in terms of dental care.
Since 1965, our college has played a key role in continued progress and innovation in healthcare through the training of biomedical researchers and physician-scientists.
With 14 degree programs, we are South Carolina’s leading institution for the training of physical and occupational therapists, hospital administrators, lab technicians and other paramedical professionals involved in the healing and restoration of the human body.
Ours is the state’s premier medical school, one that today includes 24 departments and is recognized as a national leader in medical education, research and patient care.
For over 135 years, our College has prepared the finest professional nurses who care for patients, explore new ways to better serve them and educate future generations of nurses.
Founded in 1881, the pharmacy program at MUSC has a long and proud tradition of training professionals for a career in the field of pharmacy.
Patient Care & Research
Support patient or community outreach programs that offer extra comfort to those receiving medical care and education and resources to keep all our residents healthy. Support groundbreaking research that ensures the best care possible for future patients.
If your life has ever been touched by cancer, you might have an interest in supporting the work that we are doing here at Hollings Cancer Center.
The Arts in Healing program at MUSC depends on funding from caring friends like you, who share our belief in the innate restorative power of the arts, and wish to bring that healing to our patients, families and caregivers alike.
South Carolina’s leading children’s hospital is preparing for a new phase of life in a new home that’s bigger and better in every way..
Founded in 1994, the MUSC Digestive Disease Center (DDC) provides a multidisciplinary approach that brings together gastroenterologists, surgeons, radiologists, and hepatologists working as a team to provide expert patient care.
South Carolina has one of the highest death rates from heart disease, and our citizens suffer heart attacks at a younger age than those in many other states. Nearly one South Carolinian in two will die from heart and vascular problems.
The Department is currently made up of 10 divisions, including over 300 faculty members, nearly 200 residents and fellows, and an a superb staff with outstanding skill and expertise.
Compassionate, nationally recognized specialists work together to deliver world-class patient care, tailored to meet the specialized needs of each individual. In complex situations and even when past treatment programs have been unsuccessful, patients benefit from the experience, innovation and team philosophy found here.
If you or a loved one has ever been touched by a neurological disease or injury, you might have an interest in supporting the work that we are doing here at MUSC Neurosciences.
Department of Surgery
Our goal is to provide patient care recognized for excellence integrated with innovative research which leads to the advancement of medical science and state of the art training for our surgeons and future physicians.
With one of the strongest kidney transplant programs in the nation, MUSC’s Transplant Center has achieved much in its short history. Incredible research developments over the past fifty years are paving the way for new discoveries that will vastly improve patient care and outcomes.
The only comprehensive eye center in South Carolina, providing a full range of educational, clinical and research services related to eye care. The Institute's mission is four-fold: to care, to teach, to discover and to serve.