Thank you for your interest in the University Healthcare Foundation’s efforts to support Berkeley Medical Center and Jefferson Medical Center. By working together, we can enhance the excellence of our medical centers now and in the future. The University Healthcare Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising private funds to support patient care and comfort at Berkeley Medical Center and Jefferson Medical Center.
Our foundation depends on the generosity of individuals, corporations and other foundations to ensure that we can offer access to high quality health care services to everyone. We fund outstanding care in many specialties including emergency and trauma care; education of the next generation of health care professionals; and research to advance care of patients. To learn about how you can make a difference, read about our giving opportunities. You can make a gift today to support a variety of University Healthcare programs.
University Healthcare Foundation, Inc.
On January 1, 2014, the City Hospital Foundation and Jefferson Health Care Foundation merged to form on unified Foundation for the area’s regional health system. The University Healthcare Foundation acts in a philanthropic capacity for the University Healthcare hospitals – Berkeley Medical Center and Jefferson Medical Center.
The University Healthcare Foundation is a 501 (c)(3), not-for-profit, tax exempt organization that depends on the generosity of individuals, local businesses and corporations to help support its mission on providing high quality, cost effective health and wellness services to our community. The Foundation is led by a 21-member volunteer Board of Directors, and all donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
To speak to a member of our staff about a gift, please contact the Foundation office at TMcCabe@wvumedicine.org or 304-264-1223.
West Virginia residents may obtain a summary of the registration and financial reports of both foundations from:
Secretary of State
Charleston, West Virginia 25303
Registration does not imply endorsements.