Support the Men’s Health Program

To build on our commitment to men’s health and to comprehensively study the health issues impacting men today, we are developing a comprehensive men’s health program, the first of its kind in the country.

We are dedicated to investing in research, education and clinical care to improve men’s health. To learn how you can financially support the UNC Men’s Health Program, contact:

Charles and Ann Sanders Society

Visionary Support

Through the support, generosity, and dedication of Charles Addison and Elizabeth Ann Sanders, and other outstanding donors, the UNC Department of Urology and UNC Men’s Health Program can continue building upon our commitment to improving men’s health through a comprehensive UNC Men’s Health Program.

The Charles and Ann Sanders Society recognize these donors and others who have contributed $50,000 or more to the UNC Men’s Health Program and honor their commitment to investing in research, education and clinical care to substantially improve men’s health in our communities today and for generations to come.

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This program will help Carolina advance scientific knowledge and develop impactful medical treatments for a national health crisis that affects the wellbeing of men and their families."
-CAROL L. FOLT, CHANCELLOR

Measuring Impact

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The impact of the Men’s Health Program will be visible in a number of ways including:

  • Defined and measurable health care benefits for men, their families, and their communities through preventative care, education, and early intervention.
  • Integrated services for men that are easy to access, delivering outstanding care, and providing a high-quality patient experience.
  • Clear focus on all of the key health determinants that affect men; many of these factors do not reside in medical centers but rather where men live, work, and play.
  • Health equity through alliances with community partners who can ensure care is made available to under-served populations of men.
  • Recruitment and retention of the best faculty, clinicians, researchers and staff able to train future providers and researchers.
  • Enhanced University reputation by becoming the centerpiece of an innovative statewide and national effort to improve prevention and overall health for men.

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