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Giving to Yale Urology

The faculty and staff of Yale Urology are committed to providing our patients with the highest quality, compassionate care. We are among the fastest growing Urology departments in the country, and are changing the face of urologic care in Connecticut, New England and beyond. Yale Urology is committed to the diagnosis and treatment of urologic disease while playing a leading role in education, research, and training of future community and academic leaders in Urology. Yale Urology is working hard to save lives and to change lives for the better.

We count on your generous support to help us accomplish our goals. The vision for our Department is to provide state of the art care, to train future leaders and to discover new and novel approaches for the diagnosis and treatment of urologic conditions in a safe environment that respects the patient and family and treats all with compassion and kindness.

A gift of any amount is vital to our mission and goals in Yale Urology. If you wish to support our urological cancers program, please visit Closer to Free and indicate that your gift is intended for Yale Urology. If you wish to designate it for a specific doctor or disease, then please make that notation as well.

If you wish to support another section of Yale Urology, please visit Giving to Yale University. You can designate your donation to your doctor, to our research efforts, or for the department in general. You may also help our efforts by donating blood or platelets Become a blood/platelet donor today, a precious and life saving resource for our patients.

On behalf of our physicians, nurses and staff, I thank you for your support of our important work.

With gratitude,

Peter G. Schulam, MD, PhD
Professor & Chair Department of Urology Yale School of Medicine
Chief of Urology Yale-New Haven Hospital

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