As a member of the medical profession, you know firsthand the power in advancing medicine to bring hope and healing to our communities. As an alumnus or alumna of Scott & White Healthcare or Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas you value the education and training that you received within our system. There is no better way to express your gratitude than by partnering with the Scott & White Healthcare Foundation financially to ensure the institution remains on the cutting edge of medicine, setting new standards in care.
Who are Alumni?
Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas alumni are physicians who have completed medical school, residency, and fellowship or practiced medicine within the Scott & White Healthcare system or Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas. Physicians who have retired from the system are considered Emeritus Staff.
Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas alumni are nurses who have graduated either from the Scott & White Nursing Program or from the Scott & White School of Nursing at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor.
Gifts from Baylor Scott & White alumni tangibly show your commitment to the ideals of Baylor Scott & White and your dedication to the future of healthcare innovation. No gift is too small, and every gift counts. Make a secure gift online now to support the future of Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas
You can also learn more about current philanthropic opportunities by visiting the Nursing Affairs website or by contacting the Foundation office to speak directly with someone about specific ways to enhance your gift.
Scott & White Caduceus Society
The Scott & White Caduceus Society is a leadership association of Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas physicians, senior staff, emeritus physicians and alumni with a continuing commitment supporting the ideals of our founders, Arthur C. Scott, Sr., M.D. and Raleigh R. White, Jr., M.D. and a common interest in perpetuating Baylor Scott & White’s mission to provide the most personalized, comprehensive, highest quality healthcare enhanced by medical education and research.
Members of the Scott & White Caduceus Society have chosen a personal way to help extend the tradition of excellence and acknowledge the value of their financial contributions to the vision and success of Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas. Caduceus Society is not a designation for gifts, but a way of recognizing alumni who give to the Scott & White Healthcare Foundation.
Scott & White Healthcare Foundation staff are available to provide further information on giving that's personalized to your interests. There are many ways to make an impact through giving to the Scott & White Healthcare Foundation. Examples of where gifts may be designated include:
- Area of greatest need (unrestricted)
- Medical Education
- A specific department, research initiative or fund
- A tribute or memorial gift recognizing a colleague or peer
Gifts can be made by check, cash, credit card, pledge, payroll deduction, or through planned giving. Contact the Scott & White Healthcare Foundation to learn more about alumni giving opportunities and recognition through Caduceus Society — or make a gift online now.
For more information on services available to system alumni, visit the Office of Alumni Affairs web page.
Ways to Give
Make a difference at Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas through our Corporate Circle and Children’s Miracle Network programs.
Learn about Foundation Partners and how grants help fund valuable research and education initiatives.
Support Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas through your estate and explore opportunities to both give and receive.
Support Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas through annual gifts that go immediately to support our areas of greatest need and current fundraising opportunities.
Baylor Scott & White alumni support the ideals and future of Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas and healthcare innovation.
Honor the legacy of a friend or loved one by making a gift to Baylor Scott & White Health - Central Texas in their honor or memory.