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GRATEFUL PATIENTS – PAY IT FORWARD!

Show your appreciation to UMC by giving back to help UMC provide life-saving care to others. Complete that circle of care!

UMC IS HOME TO. . .
Nevada’s ONLY Level I Trauma Center
Nevada’s ONLY Designated Pediatric Trauma Center
Nevada’s ONLY Burn Care Center
Nevada’s ONLY Transplant Center

WHY UMC FOUNDATION?
UMC Foundation generates private financial and community
partnership assets to support UMC’s extraordinary level of care.

UMC is a community resource you hope you will never need – yet can rest easy knowing we are here for you if the unthinkable happens.

ABOUT UMC FOUNDATION
UMC Foundation Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization, is the sole fundraising arm of University Medical Center of Southern Nevada—helping ensure the highest quality of care is available for Nevadans and visitors alike.

We facilitate the solicitation and management of gifts, grants and bequests for benefit of University Medical Center of Southern Nevada.

There are many ways you can support the UMC Foundation, Inc.; monetary donations, publicly traded securities, or other assets of any size. Contributions to the Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Contact us today to learn more.

UMC BY THE NUMBERS
6,500+ per month    Patients treated at UMC’s Emergency Room.
600 per Week          Kids treated at UMC.
9 Each Day              Babies born at UMC.
79,000 per Year       Patients cared for at UMC.
1,400 and 1,180       Physicians and Nurses, respectively, at UMC.

DONATE NOW
UMCFoundation@umcsn.com • Phone: (702) 224-7150

WE SURVIVED BECAUSE OF UMC
Brazyl Ward was tragically struck by a hit-and-run driver. Brazyl’s chances of surviving her injuries were slim. Thanks to the specialized care she received at Children’s Hospital of Nevada at UMC, she is back on her little feet, with a smile on her face and a song in her heart! Nothing could stop Eddie from enjoying life not even anear-fatal flesh-eating bacteria. Eddie’s courage, determination and the care he could only receive at Nevadas only Burn Care Center, gave him a chance to live. Ron had been riding near his northern Arizona home when he was clipped from behind by a drowsy driver. The impact sent him flying 35 feet, shattering his pelvis. He was brought over 150 miles to UMC, where the trauma team, against huge odds, ensured he could walk—even ride—again. Vladimir leaned too close to the candle and his pajamas became an inferno. The burns that dominated his neck and chest were able to be treated at UMC by pediatric burn specialists. Andy Linn fell asleep at the wheel and drove head-first into a fence post. This could have been an un-survivable injury, yet, Andrew lived to share his story because of UMC.