Ways to Give
Discover how your generous support can help the Department of Surgery at McGovern Medical School advance surgical techniques and provide cutting-edge patient care. Your contributions can make a significant difference, and we are grateful for your willingness to help us achieve our goals. Highlighted below are specific giving opportunities that enable you to make a tangible impact on our work. Whether you choose to support a named fund, contribute to our research initiatives, or establish a legacy through a planned gift, your generosity will help us continue to innovate and improve the health outcomes of our patients. We thank you for considering these ways to give and for your commitment to the Department of Surgery.
Honoring Dr. H. Randolph Bailey
UTHealth Houston is establishing the H. Randolph Bailey, MD, Endowment to honor the legacy of Dr. Bailey, a compassionate doctor and esteemed surgeon who has made a significant impact on the lives of patients with colorectal diseases. This endowment will support the field of colorectal surgery by establishing a distinguished endowed chair in Dr. Bailey’s name, benefiting healthcare and continuing his life’s work. UTHealth Houston has committed to matching every gift to the endowment dollar for dollar, making your donation even more impactful. Join us in commemorating Dr. Bailey’s lasting impact and carrying his vision forward. Donate now.
Khan Military Scholarship
The Khan Military Scholarships were established by Shane Jensen, MD, to honor Saleem Khan, MD, a decorated veteran who has served in several military operations. The scholarship supports military trainees pursuing a career in surgery and provides funding for continuing education travel, medical supplies, or books. Awards are determined by a committee and are based on availability. The fund is sustained through ongoing contributions from faculty and military trainees. Learn more about this scholarship and how to donate…
Minimally Invasive Surgery Education Fund
Help us support the next generation of advanced minimally invasive surgeons by donating to our endowment. The University of Texas Minimally Invasive Surgeons of Texas (UTMIST) consortium has been training surgeons in advanced techniques since 2003. However, the funding for these fellowships has been inconsistent, and we need a more sustainable way to support them. With your help, we can create an endowment that will provide perpetual support for the training of talented and well-trained surgeons. The endowment will support the MIS education program at McGovern Medical School, including salary and benefits for fellows, skills training, educational events, and support for program directors and teaching faculties. Help us create a brighter future for minimally invasive surgery by donating today.