Angola, Ind. – The Cameron Hospital Foundation is currently accepting applications for nursing and allied health scholarship grants. The Foundation will be offering four scholarship grants of $1,000 each, with two being awarded to high school students planning to attend nursing school and two being awarded to students pursuing any other medical field (Allied Health Professions).
Applications are available in the guidance offices of each of the four public Steuben County high schools (Angola, Fremont, Hamilton, and Prairie Heights) and on the Cameron website (www.cameronmch.com). The deadline for submission is Friday, April 8, 2016.
The Cameron Hospital Foundation is a not-for-profit organization established in 1988 with the mission of enhancing the quality of healthcare for the people within the service area of Cameron Memorial Community Hospital by seeking and allocating philanthropic funds.
The purpose of the Foundation is to obtain funds through charitable giving, to administer those funds, and to allocate them for the delivery of general healthcare in the hospital’s service area. These funds are used for the purpose of enhancing patient care, health care research, providing health-related education, and purchasing clinical equipment and facilities.
For more information on scholarships, call (260) 665-2141 ext. 5337.