Corporate and Foundation Partners

By partnering with the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, companies and foundations have the unique opportunity to leverage the institution’s access and proximity to renowned healthcare, research, and policymaking institutions; gain broad visibility nationally and internationally; and engage with some of the world’s foremost health care and research experts in oncology and hematology, neuroscience, cardiology, HIV/AIDS, neglected disease of poverty, genomics, rheumatology, and telemedicine, among other areas.

Philanthropic support and other partnerships with companies and foundations are helping the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences to usher in a new era of patient-centered health care, innovative education, excellence in service, and cutting-edge research to prevent, treat, and cure life-threatening diseases.

Two men and a woman are shown outside the Mammovan

Will you join us and be a part of the future of Medicine?

For more information contact: Joe Matope, Director, Corporate Relations,

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Our Partners

Socially responsible corporations and foundations help to advance a wide range of life-saving activities at SMHS. These collaborations put our many partnering institutions into a highly visible role in our mission as they help to serve the region’s most vulnerable patients. Their philanthropic support yields a high return to society as our physicians, scientists, and health sciences professionals convert funding into action.

Philanthropic support from our partnering corporations and foundations has made many high-impact activities possible, including:

  • The GW Mobile Mammography Program, or Mammovan, a self-contained mobile unit that travels to corporate and community sites to provide women one-stop screenings regardless of their ability to pay
  • Supportive care in the D.C. community, including nutrition counseling and
  • patient navigation; and innovative use of mobile technology to improve patient outcomes related to chronic illnesses such as heart failure, kidney disease, and diabetes

You Can Get Involved Today

To find out how your corporation or foundation can partner with us as we teach, heal, discover, and serve in the nation’s capital, contact Joe Matope, Director, Corporate Relations,

Recent News

March 16, 2017

Recognizing that Washington, D.C. has the highest state-level breast cancer mortality rate in the country, you have enabled us to provide funding for the George Washington University Breast Care Center’s mobile mammography unit — the Mammovan.

August 2, 2016

The George Washington University Ron & Joy Paul Kidney Center has launched a kidney health education campaign in the Washington, D.C. area, which has the highest prevalence of kidney disease in the U.S. Advertisements encouraging residents to check their kidney health have started to appear…

November 4, 2015

The GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, in concert with GW Hospital and the GW Medical Faculty Associates, has established the Ron & Joy Paul Kidney Center to raise awareness about kidney disease and increase live kidney donation in Washington, D.C.