How You Can Help
Inspired by his niece, Emma, a patient at the Center of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes, George E. Hall provided generous gifts from the George E. Hall Childhood Diabetes Foundation for the benefit of Mount Sinai's Division of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes.
Over the years, clinical investigators have made enormous strides in the field of pediatric diabetes — moving from grave outcomes to a manageable, chronic condition. We look forward to a future when children with diabetes are no more troubled or compromised by their condition than are their peers with minor illnesses — a visit to the doctor, a course of therapy, followed by freedom from the condition.
Your charitable gift will support the Hall Center and ensure continued excellence in pediatric endocrinology and diabetes care. Please contact the Mount Sinai Development Office about how you can help, or make your tax-deductible gift by check, payable to Mount Sinai for the Hall Center, and mail it to the Development Office. Funding needs include:
- Fellowship Program
Support a three-year fellowship for physicians who have completed pediatric training and want to specialize in endocrinology and diabetes
- Research Fund
Support start-up cutting-edge research to provide "bridge" funding until government grants are secured.
- Equipment and Facility Maintenance
Fund Purchase new equipment (e.g., glucose monitoring devices) to offer the latest advances in medical technology, and ensure a child-friendly, comfortable environment
- Patient and Family Education Fund
Provide educational forums and materials for patients and families on the latest trends in pediatric endocrinology and diabetes
- Medical Education Fund
Support staff professional development activities to broaden academic knowledge and share information with colleagues in the field