Huntington Hospital Cheers Nursing Scholarships Recipients

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Photo courtesy Huntington Hospital The 2017 Condon Family Nursing Scholarships were awarded to (in alphabetical order) Kelli Castillo, Lulu Castro, Ernestina Chua, Sandra Flores, Julia Grinblat, Monique Halabi, Andreina Hernandez, Ernani Kashem, Terri Kolbach, Karen Luu, Lazar Michaels, Perla Pena, Shwe Phyo, Robert Ryken, Kaoru Sakiyama, Monica Shima, Amy Stadeli, Eric Tom, Eva Torres and Kathy Vardoulis.
Photo courtesy Huntington Hospital
The 2017 Condon Family Nursing Scholarships were awarded to (in alphabetical order) Kelli Castillo, Lulu Castro, Ernestina Chua, Sandra Flores, Julia Grinblat, Monique Halabi, Andreina Hernandez, Ernani Kashem, Terri Kolbach, Karen Luu, Lazar Michaels, Perla Pena, Shwe Phyo, Robert Ryken, Kaoru Sakiyama, Monica Shima, Amy Stadeli, Eric Tom, Eva Torres and Kathy Vardoulis.

Earlier this month, Huntington Hospital celebrated 20 scholarship recipients who were selected because of the excellence, integrity, compassion and collaboration they demonstrate through the exceptional care they provide patients every day.
“These scholarships were made possible by a generous donation from Julie and Tom Condon, part of a five-year commitment to support nursing education and professional development,” said Jane Haderlein, senior vice president, philanthropy and public relations, Huntington Hospital. “Academic advancement has always been very important at our hospital, and with these scholarships, we can support many more nurses as they strive to advance their clinical knowledge and continually raise the bar in patient care.”
Thanks to generous philanthropic support, an additional 14 nurses were awarded annual scholarships from various community members and organizations, further supporting Huntington Hospital healthcare professionals in the ongoing education, training and career development.
Huntington Hospital nursing scholarships are a key piece of a multi-part strategy included in the Nursing Strategic Plan, Magnet requirements and the Institute of Medicine’s directive to achieve a workforce of baccalaureate prepared registered nurses at 80% or higher by 2020.

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