In 2019, Davis County Hospital & Clinics began offering the Health Services Education Scholarship, that awards at least two $500 scholarships to two or more applicants annually. The applicants are preferred to reside in Davis County but those living outside of Davis County will be considered as well. This scholarship is designed to assist individuals pursuing a career in a healthcare related field, which could include Nursing, Radiology, Laboratory, Respiratory Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Pharmacy, Medicine, Health Information Management etc.
A broad-based criterion is used in the selection process. The principle criterion is a demonstrated commitment to post-secondary education in a healthcare related field. An applicants’ academic record, communication skills, community involvement, and instructor recommendations are also considered.
Anyone who feels they meet the criteria for eligibility are encouraged to submit an application. A copy of the application may be obtained from the Davis County Hospital & Clinics Human Resources Department or online at the link below. Applications must be received or postmarked no later than March 31st, 2021 for the application and supporting materials to be considered by the committee. From all scholarships received, the scholarship committee will select the number of scholarships given. Eligible individuals are encouraged to apply each year.
Applications for 2021 are now closed. Please check back in February 2022.
Questions? Please contact:
Davis County Hospital & Clinics
C/O Human Resources
509 North Madison
Bloomfield, Iowa 52537
Congratulations to the following 2021 Scholarship Recipients!
- Kalista Rudd Speech Language
- Phoebe Moore Pharmacy
- Stephanie Small Healthcare Management
- Brett Lough Occupational Therapy Assistant
- Kate Birchmier Pharmacy
- Allyssa Yahnke Pharmacy
- Allison Jones Health & Human Physiology
- Olivia Smoot Health Information Management
2020 Scholarship Recipients:
- Kaden Porter (Pre-Pharmacy)
- Kalista Rudd (Speech Language)
- Kate Birchmier (Pharmacy)
- Kelsey Enlow (Physicians Assistant)
- Phoebe Moore (Pre-Pharmacy)
- Elise Wuthrich (Nursing)
- Jaycee Townsend (Nursing – Nursing Designated Memorial Award)
- Allyssa Yahnke (Pharmacy)
- Danielle Rich (Biology/Nursing)
The DCHC Health Services Education Scholarship fund is made possible with funding provided by the Davis County Hospital Foundation and Davis County Hospital & Clinics Board of Trustees.