Thank you for your support!
Your gift helps the department continue to conduct high-quality research and provide remarkable clinical care and world-class training for tomorrow’s leaders in emergency medicine. Your support provides the extra margin essential for excellence.
Alumni and friends like you help to ensure that the BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine will never stop transforming lives. Your gift, whatever the size, makes a difference in assuring the Wisconsin Experience will be available to new generations of learners.
You can make a gift to the University of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine through the UW Foundation online or by mail. Your gift is fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. If you have questions about making a financial contribution, a planned gift or establishing a named fund for the Department of Emergency Medicine, please contact Katy Oksuita, Chief Administrative Officer, at (608) 890-8682 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make a gift online
This fund supports the development of our full complement of academic and clinical programming. This fund provides financial assistance for the department's three missions of teaching, research, and clinical care. Examples of how funds may be used include travel awards, research support, and equipment.
This fund is dedicated to residency training and aims to provide financial assistance to support the residency program's missions of teaching, research, and clinical care. Examples of how funds may be used include resident scholarships and to support residency program events.
Make a gift by mail
Please print and complete this gift designation form and mail it with your check made payable to the University of Wisconsin Foundation:
University of Wisconsin Foundation
U.S. Bank Lockbox
P.O. Box 78807
Milwaukee, WI 53278-0807
Please do not send completed PDFs with credit card information via email.
Volunteer your time and talents
Make a difference in the lives of our patients and visitors by volunteering at UW Health. Our volunteers are valued members of our health care team offering assistance each day to our patients, families and volunteers at various locations throughout our organization.
We ask that you agree to a six-month time commitment. College students are asked to time their volunteering with the start of a school quarter. UW Health volunteers are required to be at least 16 years old and all volunteers need to follow regulatory requirements including annual trainings and maintaining up to date vaccinations.
In an ongoing effort to proceed with an abundance of caution and a steadfast commitment to patient safety, UW Health is not accepting new volunteers at this time. Please check back for updated information, or feel free to email questions to email@example.com.
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