Ephraim McDowell Health and Auxiliaries Grants Scholarships – The Advocate-Messenger

Ephraim McDowell Health and Auxiliaries Grants Scholarships – The Advocate-Messenger

• Riley Cerqueira of Boyle County plans to attend the University of the Cumberlands this fall to begin classes for pre-med. She recently graduated from Boyle County High School. Receiving the Ephraim McDowell Health Care Scholarships are: • Seth Brunner, a 2020 graduate of Danville High School, currently attends the University of Cincinnati where he is obtaining his degree in Medical Science.

In addition, the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center (EMRMC) Auxiliary and the Ephraim McDowell Fort Logan Hospital (EMFLH) Auxiliary award $1,000 health care scholarships to high school seniors in Boyle and Lincoln counties and they offer $500 scholarships to individuals who participated in the Teen Volunteer Program. The health care system awards a $1,000 renewable scholarship to high school seniors or a $2,000 renewable scholarship to college students from Boyle and the surrounding counties.

The Ephraim McDowell James B. Haggin (EMJBH) Auxiliary also awards a $500 scholarship to a high school senior in Mercer County who is pursuing a career in health care. Another scholarship award this year is the Keith & Vicki A. Darnell Scholarship which offers $500 to a high school senior pursuing a health care career. Ephraim McDowell Health announces that it has awarded scholarships to 11 area students who are pursuing careers in health care.

• Parker Walton of Garrard County will be attending Campbellsville University to obtain his bachelor’s degree in nursing beginning this fall. • Kyndall Honaker, of Boyle County, received a $1,000 EMRMC Auxiliary Healthcare Scholarship. She will attend Eastern Kentucky University to achieve her bachelor’s degree in nursing. • Emily Bechtel of Mercer County will attend the University of Pikeville in the fall to pursue a degree in optometry.

• Emily Mattingly of Washington County will be attending the University of Kentucky in the fall to obtain a degree in clinical leadership and management. • McKenzie Settles of Lincoln County is planning to attend Campbellsville University this fall to obtain her degree and prepare for a career as a physical therapist. McKenzie was also awarded the $1,000 EMFLH Auxiliary Health Care Scholarship.

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