With over 230 specialties, the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and Columbia University Irving Medical Center offers the highest quality care for patients experiencing a wide range of medical needs.
Your Columbia gives you the option to select a specific department within the medical center that will benefit from the funds you raise, or to support the institution as a whole through our Greatest Need campaign.
You get to choose because this is your way to give back. Your way to change medicine. Your way to ensure that patients will continue to get the medical care they need.
This is Your Columbia.
Areas you can choose to support include:
Alzheimer’s Disease +
Columbia's Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center is a leading hub of cancer research and patient care for New York City and beyond. Driven by a culture of love and respect, the HICCC delivers compassion and community in addition to scientific excellence.
The Cardiology Team at Columbia are leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of Cardiac Amyloidosis, an often misunderstood and under-recognized disease. Their game-changing approach is creating previously unimaginable opportunities to enhance and extend the lives of patients suffering from this condition.
The Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center is recognized as one of the most distinguished clinical and research diabetes centers in the world. They combine expert medical care with a focus on family and community that makes the NBDC a second home to many of the almost 14,000 patients that are treated here each year.
Parkinson’s Disease +
Pediatric Cardiology +
The Department of Psychiatry at Columbia is among the top ranked programs in the nation, with over 400 medical professionals on staff across the New York area. The many facets of the Department of Psychiatry include programs dedicated to neurobiology, behavior, and applied neuroscience of bipolar disorders.
Columbia’s Transplantation Program is one of the largest and most successful in the world, dedicated to improving outcomes and quality of life across all organ disciplines. Scientists and clinicians work collaboratively to innovate solutions for every element of transplantation science and care.
Cerebral Palsy +
The Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center (WFCPC) is the only program on the east coast that provides care to both children and adults suffering from CP. Over 500 patients and their families from 19 different states turn to the WFCPC each year as a “medical home,” for all of their medical, social, and support needs.
Greatest Need (General Support for Columbia) +
The Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and Columbia University Irving Medical Center combine stellar education, industry-leading research, and the highest quality clinical services to provide unparalleled medical care to patients around the world as well as locals from the tri-state area.