Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation Awards Scholarships

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the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation presented scholarships to twenty-five recipients. The scholarships are awarded to those who are pursuing careers in the healthcare industry.  The recipients received scholarships from the Jean Alvater Baker Scholarship, Wingover Scholarship for Nursing Education, Albert Kahn and Mary Kahn R.N. Scholarship, the Patricia M. Psenisky Nursing Scholarship, Millie E. Apgar Scholarship for Nursing Education and the Hunterdon Medical Center Auxiliary Educational Fund.

The Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation, the fundraising organization for the Hunterdon Healthcare System, seeks gifts and grants from individuals, corporations, foundations and other sources to assist the Hunterdon Medical Center and its affiliated non-profit organizations, such as Hunterdon Regional Community Health and Hunterdon Hospice, in fulfilling their mission to meet the community’s need for high quality healthcare. Annual charitable gifts to the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation provide the essential support needed to expand clinical services and programs and maintain and enhance our facilities.  For more information on the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation visit,foundation.hunterdonhealthcare.org.

Pictured are back row (left to right): Morgan D’Avella of Glen Gardner, Joseph Skowronski of Doylestown, Sydney Stoter of Califon, Vincent Nocella of Milford, Carissa Scheier of Frenchtown, Emily Murphy of Annandale, Kelly Corcoran of Pittstown, Alexis Moore of Lebanon, Helen Wiegand of Annandale, Kristine Peterson of Hampton, Lisha Kallacheril of Flemington

Front Row (left to right): Hannah Palahnuk of Clinton, Hannah Drew of Bridgewater, Tara Murphy of Bloomsbury, Payton Elling of Bloomsbury, Erin Bronico of Phillipsburg, Elizabeth Philip of Flemington, Josephina Libero of Whitehouse Station, Madison Martino of Lebanon, Rebecca Godown of Lambertville

Not pictured: Alexia Coutsouridis of Three Bridges, Emma Scheick of Lebanon, Susan Stark of Bethlehem, Katherine Teipel of Pittstown, Suzanne Bodder of Milford