Health Sciences at the University of Utah is responsible for some of the best research, education and medical services in the United States. The Development Office helps raise money to support these endeavors. We work with individual donors, foundations, corporations, faculty and staff. We also develop programs that inform and educate the community on the breadth of services and activities at the Health Sciences Center.
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It's called the "primary care crunch" in some circles: The looming problem of a health care provider shortage as an aging population needs more care at the same time a staggering number of primary care physicians are preparing to retire. At UUHS, we see what's on the horizon, and we're readying to meet the challenge.