CHI Saint Joseph Health Foundations awards $55,000 in employee scholarships

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ/Press Release) – CHI Saint Joseph Health Foundations has selected more than three dozen employees at facilities in Kentucky to receive a scholarship to continue pursuing the health care field.

More than $55,000 was awarded to 41 employees from Continuing Care Hospital, Flaget Memorial Hospital, Saint Joseph Berea, Saint Joseph East, Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph London, Saint Joseph Mount Sterling, and Saint Joseph Medical Group were selected for scholarships.

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“We love being able to assist with tuition to help our employees further their education,” said Leslie Buddeke Smart, CFRE, president, CHI Saint Joseph Health Foundations. “These employees are so important to all of our facilities and patients, and it’s very important to us to provide these educational opportunities to them each year. We are able to make that happen through the generosity of our donors.”

The following employees were selected as a recipient of a scholarship: 

Continuing Care Hospital

Dusti Wilson, Western Governors University, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Flaget Memorial Hospital  

Alicen Grenon, Indiana University Southeast, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Ashley Hughes, Jefferson Community & Technical College, Associate of Science

Denise Findley, Bellarmine University, Master of Science in Nursing Administration

Janette Ostbloom, Bethel University, Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership

Saint Joseph Berea

Gwendolyn Perch, Walden University, Master of Science in Nursing

Saint Joseph East

Christina Callihan, Indiana Wesleyan University, Post-Baccalaureate Doctor of Nursing Practice Psychiatric Mental Health NP (PMHNP)

Emily Ray, Arcadia University, Doctor of Physical Therapy

Julia Terry, Grand Canyon University, Master of Nursing

Rebecca Finkbine, Western Governors University, Master of Science in Nursing

Saint Joseph Hospital

Amari Henderson, Northern Kentucky University, Master of Business Administration

Amy Rankin, Grand Canyon University, Master of Science in Nursing

Angel Flores, Northern Kentucky University, Master of Science in Nursing

Angelica Simpao, University of Kentucky, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Audra Collier, Western Governors University, Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management

Alisha Dangol, Indiana Wesleyan University, Family Nurse Practitioner

Britnia Fraley, Maysville Community & Technical College, Associate of Applied Science in Nursing

Christina Brady, Northern Kentucky University, Master of Science in Nursing

Connie Charles, Western Governors University, Master of Science in Nursing, Management & Leadership

Courtney Blakenship, Chamberlain University, Master of Public Health

Jennifer Lawill, Morehead State University, Associate Degree in Nursing

Johnny Johnson, Bluegrass Community & Technical College, Physical Therapist Assistant Kristine Ehlert, Loyola University, Master of Arts in Bioethics & Health Policy

Marissa Stephens, University of Kentucky, Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

Megan Brooke Lavy, Midway University, Master of Business Administration

Natalie Hawes, University of Kentucky, Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing

Patrick Thompson, Indiana Tech, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Rachael Hurst, Maysville Community & Technical College, Associate Degree in Nursing

Rachel Barker, Galen College of Nursing, Associate Degree in Nursing

Shelley Spalding, Western Governors University, Master of Science in Nursing

Sujata Nair, Western Governors University, Master of Science in Nursing

Tina Turner, Midway University, Master of Business Administration

Victoria Cammack, Northern Kentucky University, Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner

Saint Joseph London

Alex Madden-Mason, Galen College of Nursing, Associate Degree in Nursing, Registered Nurse

Jayla Scalf, University of the Cumberlands, Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner

Kristen Spitser, Lincoln Memorial University, Associate Degree in Nursing

Saint Joseph Mount Sterling

Ashli Nelson, Morehead State University, Associate Degree in Nursing

Kelly Haskins, Maysville Community & Technical College Associate Degree in Nursing

Mary Hartley, Maysville Community & Technical College, Associate of Applied Science (AASRespiratory Therapy

Melissa Ward, Maysville Community & Technical College, Associate in Science in Business Administration

Saint Joseph Medical Group

Morgan Parrish, Northern Kentucky University, Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner