THE CORVALLIS CLINIC FOUNDATION SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR NAIBERT HEALTH EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS
June 10, 2014
Judy Corwin 541-754-1374
CORVALLIS — The deadline for the Corvallis Clinic Foundation’s James R. Naibert, M.D., scholarship is Monday, June 30. The $1,000 scholarship is available to an area student who demonstrates an interest in working in a health-related profession that involves direct patient care, such as a physician, nursing, technical profession or pharmaceutical studies.
Application information is available online at The Corvallis Clinic Web site, www.corvallisclinic.com/mission_values/health-care-scholarships or by contacting The Corvallis Clinic Foundation’s Administrative office at (541) 754-1374.
The scholarship is named in honor of Dr. James R. Naibert and is awarded to a college sophomore or above who is studying in a health-related profession, such as a physician, nursing, technical profession or pharmaceutical studies. The scholarship honors Dr. Naibert, a retired physician who worked in The Clinic’s Immediate Care Center.
His patients chose to recognize his efforts by establishing the scholarship for area students. To be eligible, applicants must have graduated from a high school in Linn or Benton county, and be a college sophomore standing or above or have lived in the mid-valley for at least three years while working in a healthcare field with direct patient care. A 3.25 post-secondary grade point average is preferred.
The Corvallis Clinic Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide resources in the mid-Willamette Valley that support health education, preventive health care, and the delivery of health care to indigent populations.