On February 1, 2018

Rutland Area medical community announces 2018 scholarship


Sponsor of the 2018 scholarship assemble for a photo.

RUTLAND— The Rutland Area Medical Community Scholarship application is now available on Rutland Regional Medical Center’s website for qualified candidates interested in pursuing a career in healthcare. In its second year, this scholarship is made possible thanks to the generosity of Rutland area physicians, retired physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.

Members of the Rutland area medical community came together in 2016 to raise money to establish an ongoing scholarship endowment fund to promote educational opportunities for healthcare careers. Five scholarships will be awarded in May 2018.

Eligible candidates include high school seniors, local college students, and Rutland area medical community employees who are all working towards advancing their goal of a career in healthcare.

The aim of the scholarship is to stimulate the region’s best and brightest students, by encouraging them to pursue an educational pathway in healthcare. The scholarship will empower recipients to achieve excellence in education and achieve their dreams of a career in healthcare.

The Rutland Area Medical Community Scholarship committee is led by Stanley Shapiro, M.D., and includes Mary Beerworth, M.D.; Brad Berryhill, M.D.; James Cromie, M.D.; Todd Gregory, M.D.; Julie Poulin, M.D.; Heather Smith, M.D.; Matt Zmurko, M.D.; Laura Cohen, N.P.; Bethany Stack, P.A.; Fred Bagley, M.D.; and Vic Pisanelli, M.D.

Visit Rutland Regional Medical Center’s website at bit.ly/MedScholarship2018. Applications must be completed and returned by March 15 to be considered. Awards will be announced May 15.

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