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In late May of 2015, 62 Trinity nursing scholarships totaling $170, 750 and 19 Hollinger nursing scholarships totaling $30,090 were awarded. Application information and requirements for the 2016 Trinity Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Scholarships and the L.A. Hollinger, M.D. Scholarships can be found on the Education/Grants page. Please use the links for eligibility requirements. Completed scholarship applications are due in the Foundation office on Monday, May 2, 2016. An envelope postmarked by May 2, 2016, will also be accepted. Scholarships are awarded in mid-May of every year.
The 2016 Orear Conference… learn about recent advances in medicine, network with peers, and connect with leaders in the medical field. Please see the Education/Grants tab and the Orear link for more information. Online reservations are now open for the conference through the link. Institute for Post-Graduate Medical Studies “Recent Advances in Medicine” Conference will be held on June 23rd and 24th at the DoubleTree in Overland Park, Kansas.
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! We had a great wrap up to our collection week down at Union Station this past November. Sister Act Face Painting and Bumble Balloons kept all the kiddos happy and our spokesperson, Frank White graciously signed autographs for the many fans who waited in line. The Wolf 106.5 was on scene with their live remote and thanks to HCA Midwest division for the blood pressure screening table. We are very grateful to all who participated. Entertainment was provided by the Jazz Ensemble from Spring Hill High School and the Strolling Strings of Shawnee Mission North High School. We appreciate all of the support from our participating schools and businesses! Our loyal friends at Academie Lafayette, Spring Hill High School and University Academy were joined by several new schools from the Kansas City, Missouri district and Blue Valley SD CAPS program. We had a great time working with all of them! Thank you to Casey's GeneralStores, NIC, QTI, NAIA National Office and US Bank.
WHAT IS COINS FOR THE CABINET? It’s a simple idea… the forgotten pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters in your couch or your spare change jar can provide emergency medical assistance for Kansas Citians in need. We place a jar in your classroom or your office during one week in November and your classmates or co-workers can figure out how to run the collection. Some schools have competitions. Some businesses have garage sales or team challenges. It’s totally up to you! Call us today to find out how you can participate in 2016! (816) 276-7555
On Thursday, July 16, 2015, we celebrated the 10th Anniversary of Kansas City’s Medicine Cabinet with our donors, Board members, agencies, vendors and friends! That first six months of operation in 2005, from July to December… 266 services were provided at a cost of $38,000. TODAY, in an average month, KCMC provides 345 services at a cost of $75,000. My, how we’ve grown!! Please see the Medicine Cabinet tab for more information.