Opportunity to honor College physicians for National Doctors’ Day
March 17, 2014 College News - Every day is Doctors’ Day at the Medical College of Wisconsin because our patients and their families put their trust in us each and every day. And there is a reason they do. Our physicians provide comprehensive care for patients with a variety of diseases like cancer and cardiovascular disease, help patients manage chronic conditions, and discover new treatments and cures with innovative research.
Officially, March 30th marks National Doctors’ Day, an occasion to recognize the contributions physicians make in combating disease and injury and their work with patients and families to improve public health across the country.
Is there a Medical College of Wisconsin physician or alumnus you’d like to honor for Doctors’ Day? Then consider a special contribution recognizing his or her work to an area of the Medical College that’s especially meaningful to you. We’ll ensure the doctor you choose knows you’ve made a gift in their name. And we’ll post a list of the honorees on a special Doctors’ Day Honor Roll.
If you would like to make a donation to honor a College physician, please contact Chris Roche, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, (414)955-4705 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also donate online through the College’s secure Web site.