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Community leaders sustain medical progress through generous investments. Learn more about the impact this has made possible.

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Community to Impact

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Phyllis and Ron Steinhart Community leaders and philanthropists

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Life-saving Patient Care UT Southwestern’s best-in-class William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital



Phyllis and Ron Steinhart share a true joy of giving, priding themselves on supporting philanthropic causes fueled by their passions. As longtime friends of Southwestern Medical Foundation, they are thrilled that their latest donation to support UT Southwestern’s best-in-class William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital will create life-saving patient care and a healthier community in and around Dallas.

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Medical Innovation

Sustainable funding provides the means for progress and has helped to position UT Southwestern Medical Center as a leader in understanding and solving some of the greatest health challenges of our time.

This is what progress looks like.

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Your support funds globally-respected research, leading the way in advancing health care treatment options and tomorrow’s cures.

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Faculty and Students

Your support lifts up many outstanding faculty and students, sustaining the highest standards of excellence for medical innovation and education.

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Care & Prevention

Your support helps medical leaders answer the question, “What is best for the patient?”

With rapidly growing and changing health care needs, the answer to this question rarely stays the same — but you can help assure that compassionate care and quality research remain at the center of every patient program we fund.

Funding Care & Prevention

Help Create a Legacy of

Better Health

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Join us in inspiring and supporting the greatest needs of our community. Southwestern Medical Foundation's mission has never been more relevant than it is today.

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