Madison Health Auxiliary awards healthcare scholarships


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Joan Denes, left, and Valda Hunter, far right, both Madison Health Auxiliary members, awarded each student from left with a scholarship to help pursue a career in healthcare Brandon Kalb, Kala Crawford, Anthony Piccione, Ashley Wilhoit, Kirsten Townsend and Kelsey McNeal.

Joan Denes, left, and Valda Hunter, far right, both Madison Health Auxiliary members, awarded each student from left with a scholarship to help pursue a career in healthcare Brandon Kalb, Kala Crawford, Anthony Piccione, Ashley Wilhoit, Kirsten Townsend and Kelsey McNeal.


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The Madison Health Auxiliary recently awarded scholarships to six area students.

The auxiliary provided $1,000 scholarships to each student to help ensure that well-trained healthcare professionals are prepared to serve the community.

Applications are once again being accepted. Any resident of Madison County, or employee of Madison Health, who is seeking a professional hospital career and has been accepted for training at an accredited school may apply.

Applications are available at madison-health.com on the “Auxiliary” page or at Madison Health’s front desk. Each application must include a letter of reference from a non-family member and be submitted by Dec. 1, 2015.

For more information, contact the Madison Health Foundation at 740-845-7050.

Joan Denes, left, and Valda Hunter, far right, both Madison Health Auxiliary members, awarded each student from left with a scholarship to help pursue a career in healthcare Brandon Kalb, Kala Crawford, Anthony Piccione, Ashley Wilhoit, Kirsten Townsend and Kelsey McNeal.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/07/web1_Auxiliary-Scholarship-Recipientspiccol.jpgJoan Denes, left, and Valda Hunter, far right, both Madison Health Auxiliary members, awarded each student from left with a scholarship to help pursue a career in healthcare Brandon Kalb, Kala Crawford, Anthony Piccione, Ashley Wilhoit, Kirsten Townsend and Kelsey McNeal. Courtesy photo | Madison Health

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