Honoring and Securing the Legacy of Fitzhugh Mullan
The Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity (Mullan Institute) is named in honor of Dr. Fitzhugh Mullan who spent his professional life working for a more just approach to medicine and health care. Equity has been the defining theme of his 50-year journey as a civil rights worker, physician, cancer survivor, federal administrator, state health secretary, assistant Surgeon General, writer, historian, researcher and teacher. The Mullan Institute represents the culmination of Dr. Mullan’s long and distinguished career fighting to make fairness and inclusion central themes of medicine and the health professions.
A campaign has been created to further the contributions that Dr. Mullan has made to GW and the country. Donations to this campaign will support the Mullan Institute's core activities and the development of new programs, such as: