In Urology, we provide patients with a continuum of care and support throughout their recovery process. We strive to find better techniques and treatment options, provide education for patients and their families, and continue to advocate for their needs long after they leave our program. All gifts, large or small, contribute to the advancement of urologic medicine and promote the highest standard of care for every patient.

 

Support the Division of Urology

Urology Strategic Initiatives Fund
A gift to the Strategic Initiatives Fund provides the necessary resources to support top priorities in the Department of Urology. Building new clinical services for patients, expanding training programs for future urologists, and providing seed grants for cutting-edge research are among the strategic objectives to provide world-class patient care.

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Residency Education and Travel Fund
There is an acute need to train the next generation of urologists. It is estimated by 2020 there will be a significant decline in urology specialty physicians in the United States. (source: http://www.auanet.org/guidelines/urology-workforce-shortage) Your gift to this fund will support the Department to increase and expand the training programs at UNC.

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UNC Men’s Health Initiative Fund
The wellness and longevity of men in our country is a problem of epidemic proportions. UNC is among the first to build a program that brings together a multi-disciplinary team of physician-scientists, public health leaders, and other practitioners dedicated to the health of men through clinical care, scientific research, and community outreach.

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Contact Us

Should you have any questions or would like to discuss your support, please contact:

Brian Frerking
Director of Development, Cardiovascular Medicine and Urology
brian_frerking@med.unc.edu
919-843-5733

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