Northumberland Hills Hospital – One Month Left for Students to Apply for Scholarship

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Applications for Northumberland Hills Hospital’s annual Health Professions Scholarship awards are due by 4:00 PM on Friday, March 31.

Introduced by the hospital in 2003, the purpose of the Scholarship Program is to provide financial assistance to students from west Northumberland who are pursuing a career in the health care sector. Applicants are evaluated on the basis of their academic achievements, extra-curricular activities, a testimonial explaining their interest in a health-care field and written references. All applicants must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a full-time study program.

By supporting local students with their academic studies, NHH hopes to encourage community residents to consider NHH in their career path when the time comes to select an employer.

Two awards of $1,500 each are available in 2023. Recipients will be announced at a spring meeting of the Northumberland Hills Hospital Board of Directors. Information on NHH’s 2022 recipients will be found in our News Archive here.

For full details on the Health Profession Scholarship program, including a downloadable Application Form, please visit the Careers tab of our website at

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