Ways to give
There are many ways to express gratitude and celebrate the extraordinary care provided by the MedStar Health team.
Through philanthropic investments and community support, our vision can become a reality.
- MedStar SiTEL
- MedStar Innovation Fund
- Quality of Life Fund
- Center for Healthcare Narratives
- International Training Center for Bloodless Medicine and Surgery
- Executive Masters in Quality, Safety, and Leadership
- New Investigator Fund
Power to Heal Campaign
An opportunity for our associates and physicians to participate in our culture of gratitude by supporting programs and services at MedStar Health.
Margery E. Zylich Communication Fund
Established to honor Margery E. Zylich for her exceptional work in the field of healthcare communications, the Margery E. Zylich Communication Fund provides education and professional development in the communication field for associates across the MedStar Health system. Margery served as vice president of Operational Communications and chief of staff for MedStar Health, one of the nation's top, integrated healthcare delivery systems, and helped shape Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region's healthcare landscape as the trusted communication counsel for MedStar Health's President and CEO, and Leadership Team.
Medical/Surgical Pavilion at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
The Pavilion will support cutting-edge advancements in medical technology and our focus on providing exceptional care in the areas of transplant, orthopaedics, neurosciences, and surgical services.
Surgical Pavilion at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center
This state-of-the-art facility provides the optimal setting for our highly skilled surgical teams to perform minimally invasive surgeries and complex procedures.
MedStar Heart & Vascular Outpatient Center at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital
This innovative Outpatient Center combines all cardiac and vascular services to provide a seamless, more convenient patient care experience.
The Burn Center at MedStar Washington Hospital Center
This facility includes special features and amenities specific to burn patients, and enhance the way we care for our community.
Oncology Pavilion at MedStar Montgomery Medical Center
This new pavilion for oncology care will house cutting-edge collaboration between top doctors and nurses at MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute and trusted MedStar Montgomery caregivers.
MedStar Franklin Square Medical CenterSurgical Pavilion An 82,000-square-foot facility equipped with operating suites, pre- and post-operative spaces, robotic surgery, and telesurgery capabilities.
Inpatient Oncology Unit Support our inpatient oncology facility that continues to provide our patients and families with a comfortable, healing, and state-of-the-art facility.
Give now to MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center.
MedStar Georgetown University HospitalMedical/Surgical Pavilion The pavilion will be comprised of three essential elements of a world-class academic medical center: excellent clinical care, a strong foundation in education, and leading-edge research.
NICU Family Support Center Provides our NICU patients and families a transformed lactation room, family lounge, sibling play area, and parent and infant sleep room. Patio Garden Campaign Engrave a brick with a special message to be installed at the main entrance of the hospital.
Resident Educational Funds Provides opportunities to train residents interested in academic and clinical careers and regularly match our graduates into fellowships in pediatrics, surgical oncology, cardiothoracic, transplant, trauma/critical care, colorectal and others. Funds help enhance the educational programs for our surgical residents for us to remain at the forefront of surgery residency education.
MedStar Good Samaritan HospitalHealth Economics and Aging Research (H.E.A.R.) Institute Our institute embarks to change the care experience for some of our most vulnerable patients. Our experts positively impact patients through the management of chronic conditions, prevention of disease, and promotion of healthy aging.
Inpatient Rehabilitation Center Providing more comprehensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services to our patients and community.
Give now to MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital.
MedStar Harbor HospitalMedStar Health Mobile Health Center This clinic on wheels provides greater access to care, and to better meet the needs of the communities we serve. The clinic provides primary care, behavioral health, telehealth, peer recovery, program information to battle social determinants of health, and more to our Baltimore communities.
Give now to MedStar Harbor Hospital.
MedStar Montgomery Medical CenterOncology Centennial Campaign In partnership with MedStar Georgetown Cancer Institute, we are proud to provide a comprehensive range of oncology services to patients in our community, such as surgery, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, and radiation.
Scholarships We offer a scholarship program for individuals who seek an educational degree, license, or certification that is essential to the care of our patients.
Give now to MedStar Montgomery Medical Center.
MedStar National Rehabilitation Network
Adding Life to Years Campaign Help build a new addition to house the National Center for Brain Injury and Stroke Rehabilitation and Research, with inpatient and outpatient clinical care services.
Give now to MedStar National Rehabilitation Network.
MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital
MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center
MedStar Union Memorial HospitalCurtis National Hand Center The largest hand center in the nation, with 14 surgeons, a prominent fellowship program, and a growing research division. From repairing traumatic injuries to treating repetitive motion injuries, arthritic conditions, and congenital differences, the goal is to restore that’s patient’s use of the hand, wrist, arm, elbow, and shoulder.
Heart and Vascular Outpatient Center Creating a seamless, more convenient patient care experience by co-locating cardiac and vascular services.
Musculoskeletal Research Center Supports the cutting-edge laboratory and multidisciplinary research center
Give now to MedStar Union Memorial Hospital.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
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General Volunteer Requirements
- Be at least 17 years old and not in high school
- Commit to a minimum of 100 hours a year (4 hours per week)
- Submit all application materials on time
- Interview with a member of our Volunteer Services Department
- Complete Occupational Health clearance
- Pass a background check
- Attend a General Volunteer Orientation session
- Specialized Program-based Orientation (if applicable)