Hedrick Medical Center Auxiliary Now Accepting Applications for 2023 Scholarships
CHILLICOTHE, Mo. – The Hedrick Medical Center Auxiliary is pleased to announce the continuation of the scholarship program for area residents. Students already enrolled in or admitted to a degree program in a health care field are eligible for the scholarship.
The Hedrick Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship Fund was established in 1998 to encourage qualified individuals to pursue or enrich a career in the health care field. Scholarships are awarded annually. To date, $107,500 in scholarships have been awarded to area students.
Each $500 scholarship requires recipients to share their grades and/or school status if requested by the Auxiliary. Students may apply for and receive this award yearly throughout their degree program.
To be eligible for the scholarship candidates must have been accepted into an accredited 2- or 4-year college or university health care program and must provide a copy of the program acceptance letter from the college or university they are attending.
Applications also require biographical information, a short essay, and two letters of recommendation.
The Hedrick Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship is open to anyone meeting the above criteria whose permanent address is in a zip code that begins with 646xx.
Scholarship applications must be postmarked or received by Friday, May 19, 2023.
Applications can be found at saintlukeskc.org/hedrick-application. Any questions can be directed to Lindy Chapman, Auxiliary Liaison at 660-214-8107 or email@example.com
Hedrick Medical Center is a member of Saint Luke's Health System, which consists of 14 area hospitals and several specialty and primary care practices, and provides a range of inpatient, outpatient, and home care services. Founded as a faith-based, not-for-profit organization, our mission includes a commitment to the highest levels of excellence in health care and the advancement of medical research and education. The health system is an aligned organization in which the physicians and hospitals assume responsibility for enhancing the physical, mental, and spiritual health of people in the metropolitan Kansas City area and the surrounding region.