Baptist Health Corbin hands out 22 academic scholarships
CORBIN, Ky. (WTVQ) – Each year the Medical Staff at Baptist Health Corbin award scholarships to recognize and reward academic accomplishments of healthcare students.
In an effort to continue to offer quality healthcare close to home and to utilize the greatest resources — people from the community — recipients must be from the Tri-County area and currently be enrolled and working on a medical degree.
Of the 22 scholarships, seven are in medicine, six are in nursing-entry level, three in pharmacy, one in nursing-advanced, one in dentistry, one in speech therapy and one in occupational therapy.
There were three special scholarships awarded, which were funded by the medical staff and Baptist Health Corbin. To be eligible for one of these scholarships, the students have to be medical students:
- Noah Steely was awarded the annual $2000 Rod Weisert Scholarship.
- Lauren Pedersen was awarded the newly founded $2000 Mohamad Jawed Scholarship which will be awarded annually.
- Ray Hays was awarded the one-time $2000 scholarship in memory of Dr. Truman Perry.
Recipients of the $1000 scholarship:
- Jordan Wilson
- Dorothy James
- John Lowe
- Sarah Ashley
- Emily Davenport
- Ryleigh Swafford
- Madicyn Wynn
- Makayla Mack
- Rhiannon Spradlin
- Cody Evans
- Kara Grisell
- Dylan Wilson
- Emilee Prewitt
- Shannon Mills
- Tracy Bruck
- Mackenzie Morris
- Meghan Jackson (Wynn)
- Trey Carter
- Autumn Smith
Baptist Health Corbin is a 273-bed, acute care facility providing a wide variety of healthcare services to the residents of Whitley, Knox, Laurel, Bell, Clay, McCreary, Harlan and Campbell counties in Kentucky and nearby Jellico, Tennessee.
In is part of the nine-hospital Louisville, Kentucky-based Baptist Health.