The Guild of Mercy Health - Clermont Hospital Recognizes Outstanding Local Students with College Scholarships

(CINCINNATI; June 3, 2016) – Mercy Health - Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality care with compassion in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that the Clermont Hospital Guild has recognized the efforts of three talented students pursuing healthcare careers by awarding them college scholarships.

The following deserving high school seniors each received a $1,000 scholarship:
• Claire Burns, New Richmond High School, will attend University of Cincinnati and major in health sciences before attending graduate school to earn a Doctorate in physical therapy
• Allison Graybill, Williamsburg High School and Grant Career Center will attend The Christ College of Nursing & Health Sciences to become a Registered Nurse
• Jessica Shafer, Clermont Northeastern High school, will attend University of Cincinnati before going to medical school to become a hematologist

“The students impressed us not only with their achievements in school but also with their drive to help others as they embark on their college studies and intended careers,” said Jackie Dieckman, President,  Mercy Health - Clermont Hospital Guild.

The Guild of Clermont Hospital awards these three scholarships annually to deserving high school students pursuing careers in the medical field. Students from high schools in Clermont and Brown counties, as well as McNicholas High School in Mt. Washington are eligible to apply.

The Guild of Mercy Health – Clermont Hospital raises funds for charitable care and capital purchases that help the hospital provide top quality care to the patients it serves. The Guild also awards annual scholarships to talented area students embarking on healthcare careers.