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SMH Employees Awarded Scholarships

June 12, 2017

Western Maine Health Senior Vice President of Clinical Services, Margaret Burns, RN, PhD, announced recently that four employees of Stephens Memorial Hospital have been awarded scholarships to assist them in furthering their education. 

The Minnie White Scholarship was made possible through a restricted bequest to Stephens Memorial Hospital for nursing scholarships. The recipients of the Minnie White Scholarship were awarded to: Louise Fillebrown, RN, BSN, Director of Clinical Education, who is pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing; Alison Newton, RN, BSN, Senior Nurse Director who is pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing; and Shannon Dietz, RN, BSN, Project Manager, who is pursuing a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration.

Denise Lebroke, who is employed by Stephens Memorial Hospital in the Accounting Office, was awarded a Western Maine Health Scholarship for her pursuit of her Bachelor of Science in Business and  Accounting.

Congratulations to the recipients! 

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