Giving to Cardiac Surgery
Doctors in surgery

Leaders In Life-Saving Cardiac Surgery

Advancing heart care through expertise and innovation.

Heart patients with complex or rare conditions often feel they have no place to turn. For many, our Department of Cardiac Surgery is their last hope because we set the standard for premier cardiovascular care and successfully treat conditions of all kinds — including those deemed “untreatable.”

As Michigan’s #1 ranked hospital for heart, vascular, and stroke care, backed by our history of forward-thinking innovation, we take our mission to help the sickest patients seriously. But to continue leading the field, we must build on our success across patient care, education, and research.

Your support can fuel our momentum across:

  • Research exploring regenerative medicine that may help us grow blood vessels and heart valves
  • Clinical trials for minimally invasive and other surgical breakthroughs
  • Novel technology and device design     
  • Projects to develop, identify, and share best practices in cardiac surgery
  • Experiential training giving future cardiac surgeons unparalleled educations

Our team works together and across disciplines to improve outcomes and quality of life for our patients — and those facing heart disease around the world. Join us! Your generosity will have a great impact on progress.

Giving Opportunities
CVC Cardiac Surgery Fund
Gifts help transform the patient experience by supporting the research, educational, and clinical priorities of the Department of Cardiac Surgery.
Support our mission
CVC Vascular Surgery Fund
Gifts help transform the patient experience by supporting the research, educational and clinical priorities of the Section of Vascular Surgery.
Transform the patient experience
CHC Directors' Research Endowment
Gifts to this fund fuel research and innovation, improving outcomes and quality of care for kids and adults with congenital heart disease worldwide. Efforts shape future breakthroughs, spur novel device and therapy development, and establish best practice
Support cardiac research
Heart Failure/Heart Transplant Program
Gifts support our Heart Failure/Heart Transplant Program research and clinical activities. The program works closely with the Center for Circulatory Support to provide bridge procedures using ventricular assist devices for patients awaiting transplant.
Advance cardiac transplant medicine
John Alexander Society Resident Education Fund
Gifts support resident education and research for talented individuals in the Cardiothoracic Surgery Residency Program and help cover expenses related to training including opportunities to attend and participate in professional society meetings and activ
Support resident education
CS International Mission Fund
Gifts support the Department of Cardiac Surgery’s international outreach in resource limited environments. Missions might include providing surgical care to patients as well as education and training for our learners and local providers.
Help us serve others
Partner With Us

We would be pleased to discuss your interests and goals — and the impact your gift can have. We can connect you with faculty and staff, identify where your help is most needed, and share how giving can provide personal satisfaction as well as financial and tax benefits.

user Nate Tobi, Jr.
Assistant Director of Development