William P. Kanto, M.D. Pediatric Resident & Fellow Research Fund

Endowment Fund #: None | Expendable Fund #: 8389-T | Type: Research | Area: Medicine

The William P. Kanto, M.D. Pediatric Resident & Fellow Research Fund will provide annual funding to the MCG Department of Pediatrics to award a stipend for the 1st and 2nd place resident recipients of the William P. Kanto Resident Research Award. The awardees are chosen by the Resident Scholarly Activity Oversite Committee of the MCG Department of Pediatrics through established criteria. Funds from this account may also be used to support small research projects submitted by a pediatric resident or fellow with the approval and recommendation of the Department of Pediatrics Research Council and the Vice Chair of Research.  Donate Now >

MCG Department of Internal Medicine Residency Fund

Endowment Fund #: None | Expendable Fund #: 8397-T | Type: Residency Support | Area: Medical College of Georgia

Supports the residents of the MCG Department of Internal Medicine for general purposes, such as but not limited to, education, well-being, research, and scholarly activities.  Donate Now >

Georgia Community Foundation 3+ Primary Care Pathway & Rural Health Initiative

Endowment Fund #: None | Expendable Fund #: 8395-T | Type: Scholarship | Area: Medical College of Georgia

Provides scholarship funding for MCG medical students enrolled in the 3+ Primary Care Pathway and who serve the rural and under served areas of the State of Georgia. In short, MCG 3+ Primary Care Pathway students who complete their residency training in Georgia will provide rural/underserved communities across the state with one year of service for each year of scholarship support (two years maximum obligation).  Donate Now >

Harrisburg Family Healthcare Clinic

Endowment Fund #: None | Expendable Fund #: 8383-T | Type: Program | Area: Medical College of Georgia | Department: Family Medicine

To provide program and other support to Harrisburg Family Healthcare Clinic through its partnership with the Medical College of Georgia Department of Family Medicine.  Donate Now >

Georgia Community Foundation Rural Health Fund – HamesNet Research Collaboration

Endowment Fund #: None | Expendable Fund #: 8384-T | Type: Program | Area: Medicine | Department: Family Medicine

Under the direction of the Dean, MCG Department of Family Medicine and the Director of HamesNet, this fund will support all activities and functions relating to the HamesNet Research program, as contemplated by the terms of the full grant proposal submitted to Georgia Community Foundation on June 25, 2021. This includes, but is not limited to, items such as network building activities (travel, annual meeting costs), evaluation activities (data collection, management, and analysis), workforce resources (salaries for research), and dissemination activities (publication costs, peer-reviewed literature, community clinician travel to research conferences).  Donate Now >

C.B. Patel Endowed Scholarship

Endowment Fund #: 8385-P | Expendable Fund #: 8385-T | Type: Scholarship | Area: Medical College of Georgia

To support a scholarship from the annual distribution generated from the C.B. Patel Endowed Scholarship. Intended for medical students attending the Medical College of Georgia and who are in good academic standing. For those medical students who demonstrate the greatest financial need.  Donate Now >

Dr. George N. Snelling, III 3+ Program & Rural Healthcare Initiative

Endowment Fund #: 8386-P | Expendable Fund #: 8386-T | Type: Scholarship | Area: Medical College of Georgia

Dr. George N. Snelling, III graduated from the Medical College of Georgia with a Doctorate of Dental Medicine in 1975. He then went on to practice dentistry in Augusta for over 20 years. Since retiring from dentistry and focusing on his real estate investments and local philanthropy, Dr. Snelling has been a diligent partner of Augusta University, especially in its focus on training excellent healthcare professionals. As part of this continued commitment to our students and institution, Dr. Snelling has established the MCG 3+ Scholarship Endowment Fund at the Medical College of Georgia Foundation, which supports scholarships for Medical College of Georgia students enrolled in the MCG 3+ Program. These students may be selected on academic merit and/or financial need, and recipient(s) may receive the scholarship more than once during their academic career. The scholarship may be used for tuition, room and board, and/or fees. Donate Now >

Kathleen M. McKie, MD Expendable Fund for Medical Education Scholarships

Endowment Fund #: None| Expendable Fund #: 8382-T | Type: Student Support | Area: Medical College of Georgia | Department: Medicine

Thanks to a generous gift from Helen Prokesh, trustee of the Rothkopf/Greenberg Family Foundation, the Kathleen M. McKie, MD Expendable Fund for Medical Education Scholarships has been established. This gift serves to honor Dr. Kathleen M. McKie, who was instrumental in helping Dr. Bonnie Prokesch prepare and be accepted to medical school which ultimately launched her career as a physician. This gift serves to demonstrate the tremendous gratitude the entire Prokesch family has for Dr. McKie. The Prokesch’s hope this gift of scholarship support will serve to help launch other MCG students who aspire to become physicians. Donate Now >

Class of 1986 Scholarship

Endowment Fund #: 8381-P | Expendable Fund #: 8381-T | Type: Scholarship | Area: Medical College of Georgia | Department: Student Support

Provides an annual scholarship to the Medical College of Georgia based on needs and merit. Donate Now >

Rumei Yuan, M.D., Ph.D. Resident Education Fund

Endowment Fund #: 8378-P | Expendable Fund #: 8378-T | Type: Program | Area: Medical College of Georgia | Department: Ophthalmology

This endowment will be used to support the resident trainees of the MCG, Department of Ophthalmology. This endowment will support the ophthalmology residents for any purpose, including but not limited to, enhance educational needs and supplies, funding for educational opportunities and funding for research. Donate Now >