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Stephens Memorial Hospital Employees Awarded Scholarships

April 26, 2018

Western Maine Health Senior Vice President of Clinical Services, Margaret Burns, RN, PhD, announced recently that nine 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; Bethany McInnis, RN, Oncology Services, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Chelsea Harkins, RN, Emergency Services, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Deborah Jordan, RN, CCM, Director of Case Management, who is pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing; and Karen Ferris, RN, BSN, Medical Surgical Unit, who is pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing.

Western Maine Health Scholarships were awarded to: Aaron Callina, CNA, Surgical Services, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy; Denise Lebroke, Accounting, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Accounting; and Renee Farnham, Administration, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.  The Western Maine Health Scholarship fund was created to assist employees who are enrolled in a non-nursing degree.
 

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