New UNC Medical Education Building
The UNC School of Medicine’s mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of North Carolinians and others whom we serve. Our work starts here, in the medical education building where our students will learn and develop into future Tar Heel Doctors. Once completed in 2022, our new home for medical education will rest on the historic Berryhill Hall site and shape the future of health care. Alumni, citizens and friends have the opportunity to create a legacy through a named space.
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Your gifts secure the future of our medical school.
Answering the Call to Serve
Public investment laid the cornerstone
The citizens of North Carolina approved a $68 million bond toward the project, expected to exceed $100 million. Private support will provide the margin of excellence needed to deliver a 21st century medical education.Join Us By Making Your Commitment Today
Your investment will endure for generations:
- Constructed with a 50-year vision, space will be flexible and functional for immediate needs while remaining adaptable to future changes in medical education and technology.
- The state-of-the-art facility will help recruit and support students, residents and faculty who will thrive at UNC and lead their fields with empathy and expertise.
- Our ability to educate and train more Tar Heel Doctors—up to 240 per class—addresses the demand for physicians who will practice, innovate and lead with humility and compassion.
Your investment will educate more UNC physicians to transform the future of health care, building stronger, healthier communities in North Carolina and beyond. Contact us to learn how you can support this historic project and secure the future of our medical school.
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Medical Education and Alumni Development
123 W. Franklin Street
Chapel Hill, NC 27516