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Medical Staff Award Scholarships

Graduating Union County Residents to Study Health-Related Majors

Four high school seniors who live in Union County and who plan to study health-related college majors received $1,000 Memorial Hospital Medical Staff Scholarships at recent high school award ceremonies:

  • Connor Hall (Marysville High School) plans to study Biochemistry (Pre-Med) at The Ohio State University, and then attend medical school to become an orthopedic surgeon. He has participated for four years in the Memorial Hospital Student Volunteer Program, assisting in Patient Care, Physical Therapy, and Surgery. He also serves on the program’s Student Advisory Committee and Recruitment Board.
  • Ean See, (Marysville High School) plans to study Communication Sciences Disorders at Mount Vernon Nazarene University, and then earn a Master’s degree and become a Speech Language Pathologist.
  • Riley Plotner (North Union High School) plans to study Nursing at the University of Cincinnati. She plans to become a Registered Nurse, and then a Nurse Practitioner, and work on an international level. She has participated in Memorial Hospital’s Student Volunteer Program during the past two years.
  • Bryce Piwtorak (Fairbanks High School) will study Nursing at West Virginia University, and plans to become a Trauma Nurse. He has participated in Memorial Hospital’s Student Volunteer Program for four years, assisting in Patient Care, Physical Therapy, and KidzLink daycare.

The applications were submitted to the Union County Foundation, which administers the scholarships. The Memorial Hospital Medical Staff has awarded scholarships to area seniors for eleven years.