Sustaining the legacy and heritage of Army Medicine
Educating communities on Army Medicine's contributions to the nation's healthcare
Supporting diverse education programs
Enhancing and developing the Museum's artifact collection
Honoring Army Medical Department personnel
Our Mission is to sustain, support, and promote the Army Medical Department Museum and the history of Army Medicine.
Our Capital Campaign
The Foundation has taken on an ambitious campaign in the expansion and modernization of the Museum’s exhibits and operations, to bring dramatic new opportunities for visitors to explore and connect with Army Medicine’s vibrant history and discover the value of Army Medicine now and for the future!
On Saturday, November 18th, the Foundation will host a charity Art Auction to support the Capital Campaign. The auction will host both live and silent events, featuring over 60 high quality, framed military prints generously donated by our outstanding supporter, the International Hotel Group. You can preview the entire collection from our catalog below.
Ticket price of $30 includes admission, food, two beverages, door prizes, and FREE parking.
On Saturday, 18 November, the Foundation will host a charity Art Auction to support the Capital Campaign. Over 60 high quality, framed military prints were generously donated to the Foundation by IHG – International Hotel Group – outstanding supporters of the Foundation. Artists include Stivers, Summers, Kunstler and more. An electronic catalog of each print will soon be posted on this website to allow you to preview the entire collection. The auction will include both live and silent auctions as well as a historical presentation about the upcoming San Antonio Tricentennial celebration by noted speaker, Dr De La Teja from Southwest Texas State University. Ticket price of $30 includes admission to the auction, food, two alcoholic beverages, door prizes, and FREE parking. The event will take place at the Holiday Inn on the Riverwalk at 217 N St Mary’s St from 6-9 PM on Saturday, 18 November. Call the Foundation office 210-226-0265 to purchase tickets.