Healthcare scholarships offered at Kishwaukee Community hospital
January 14, 2011
Kishwaukee Community Hospital Auxiliary and KishHealth Foundation are accepting applications for their 2011-2012 scholarship opportunities. For students interested in healthcare studies, the scholarships offered through the hospital are excellent opportunities.
Kishwaukee Community Hospital Auxiliary Scholarships:
Each applicant must be a DeKalb County resident, must have been accepted into or is currently enrolled in a college level health related program, and intends to be or is a full-time student in a college level health-related program. Healthcare scholarships through the Kish Hospital Auxiliary are supported with proceeds from the annual Snow Ball formal event. A portion of the proceeds each year are designated for scholarships. This past year the Auxiliary awarded $23,000 in scholarships to 11 students. Completed applications, transcripts and references must be postmarked by May 3, 2011.
KishHealth Foundation, Floann and Hallie Hamilton Diagnostic Imaging Scholarship:
Each applicant must be a DeKalb County resident and must have been accepted into a college diagnostic imaging curriculum. The Hamilton scholarship was established by Floann and Hallie Hamilton, long time Kish Hospital Auxiliary volunteers.
KishHealth Foundation, James J. Feeney, MD, Memorial Scholarship:
Each applicant must be a DeKalb County resident currently enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited medical school curriculum or have been accepted into a college level pre-medical curriculum as a full-time student. The Feeney scholarship was established by Dr. Feeney’s widow and daughters.
KishHealth Foundation, Kishwaukee Community Hospital Physicians’ Medical Education Scholarship:
Each applicant must be a DeKalb County resident currently enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited medical school curriculum. The Kish Hospital Physicians’ scholarship was created in 2004 by Photine Liakos, MD, to assist and encourage young people to join the medical and ancillary health services professions. The scholarship is funded by donations from local physicians.Share |