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Our goal at UNC Family Medicine is to transform our health care system. As one of the top family medicine departments in the nation, we are working hard to do just that. We will continue to move forward with clinical innovations, world class medical education, leading residency and fellowship training programs, and research that is paving the way to a national transformation in health care. Your financial support is invaluable as we work to achieve this goal. Thank you for considering a gift to UNC Family Medicine.

Some of the meaningful funds that benefit most from your support:

How can I support Family Medicine?

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You may make a secure donation online by credit card by selecting the button below.

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Mail a Gift

To mail a gift, make your check out to UNC Family Medicine and mail it to:

UNC Health Foundation
123 W. Franklin Street, Suite 510
Chapel Hill, NC 27516

*If you have a specific Family Medicine fund in mind, please note in the memo section of your check.

Contact Us

Alexandria Bergiste
Assistant to the Vice Chair of Administration
Phone: (984) 974-4463

Learn more about how your gift makes a difference:

Current faculty member and Family Medicine Residency alumni Michael Baca-Atlas, MD, chats about how donations to the residency program made a real difference on his learning experience:


Our Fully Integrated Readiness for Service Training (FIRST) Program is made possible through giving. The program allows participants to complete medical school in 3 years and places graduates into UNC’s Family Medicine Residency Program, fast-tracking them into service in under-served areas of North Carolina.


The UNC Faculty Development Fellowship is an intensive experience that includes 6 weeks in residence in Chapel Hill, NC spread over the course of the year. It is designed for early career faculty members within the first 3-5 years of a faculty role. Much of the program, including scholarships for faculty participants, is due to gifts to Family Medicine. Hear from the 2018 Family Medicine Faculty Development Fellows: