When medical students choose their field of specialty, we believe they should be motivated by their passion rather than by their student debt. If, through scholarship, we can mitigate the cost of medical education, we will be able to attract better students and, ultimately, produce better physicians.

The long-term impact of a scholarship cannot be underestimated. A dollar spent on one student’s education impacts the lives of every patient—and their families—for generations to come. If you believe in building a better future, there is no better place to invest than in the physician leaders we’re training right here at Wake Forest.

If you would like to learn more about the various scholarships you can support, Teri Lemons would be happy to talk with you. or 336-716-3928

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