Gudelsky's Gift

April 02, 1991

Homer Gudelsky understood the importance of quality medical care. During the five years he was treated for bone cancer at the University of Maryland Medical Center, Mr. Gudelsky experienced first-hand the skill of hospital physicians and nurses. Now his widow has stepped forward to ensure that others receive the same kind of high-caliber medical attention at University Hospital. The Homer and Martha Gudelsky Foundation has donated $5 million for a new clinical tower.

This gift -- the largest ever given to the University of Maryland -- serves as the cornerstone for a massive fund-raising drive by the hospital in its modernization plans. University not only trains the vast majority of Maryland medical practitioners but also cares for huge numbers of poor and middle-class Baltimore-area residents. Building a better University Hospital benefits the entire region.

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