Supporting increased access to health care for our communities
Helping the next generation of health professionals to reach higher education goals
Translating the latest scientific knowledge into clinical practice
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For Grant Seekers
We proactively seek and nurture partnerships with key organizations and rely on their areas of health expertise to help allocate our funding.

Welcome to the United Health Foundation

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Our Mission: Helping Build Healthier Communities

Through our unique partnerships and the strength of our people, we combine knowledge, experience and passion to improve the health of the communities where we work and live. We are dedicated to investing in a future health workforce that meets the needs of tomorrow and supporting initiatives that improve health quality and outcomes.


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Our People

When 225,000 people are dedicated to making a difference, anything is possible.

Compassion for others is a distinctive characteristic our people demonstrate every day. Our people help communities and individuals by volunteering their time and making financial contributions throughout the year.

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Our Partners

The power of partnership and collaboration is key to improving the health of our communities.

Our partnerships with organizations committed to innovation in health care delivery to improve both access and outcomes are core to our mission. Each year, we invest and support local and national organizations to improve the health and lives of those we serve.

In the News

Find more information in the Foundation News.

(May 06, 2016) United Health Foundation, Peak Military Care Network Partner to Strengthen Support for Service Members, Veterans and their Families at Event Honoring Military Families

(April 26, 2016) United Health Foundation Invests in the Future Health Workforce; Commits $2.25 Million in Scholarships to More Than 200 Students for the 2016-17 Academic Year

(April 05, 2016) New Analysis: Finds 25 Million Americans Face 6x Likelihood of Poor Health from Multiple Unhealthy Behaviors

(April 05, 2016) UNLV School of Medicine Awarded $3 Million from United Health Foundation to Create New Program Integrating Medical Students Into Community Clinics

(Feb. 26, 2016) New Spotlight: Prevention Report Reveals Hispanics Access Preventive Care Less Than Other Populations

(Feb. 18, 2016) CelebrateOne, United Health Foundation to Expand Program Focused on Reducing Infant Mortality Rates

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