Tobey Hospital Guild awards $3,000 in scholarships to Greater Wareham students

Three $1,000 scholarships...
Tobey Hospital (Courtesy photo)

WAREHAM, Mass. — Southcoast Health announced today that the Tobey Hospital Guild has awarded three $1000 scholarships to Greater Wareham students who are pursuing careers in healthcare.

Elena Coffey, Scholarship Chair and Vice President for the Tobey Hospital Guild, presented the awards to:

  • Madison Brun, a resident of Sandwich, MA and a student at Upper Cape Regional Vocational Technical High School will attend the University of Massachusetts Boston, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Honors College in the fall to pursue a career as a neonatal nurse practitioner. Brun is the recipient of the Tobey Hospital Guild "Leonard P Martone" Scholarship which was created in his memory by his wife in appreciation of the Tobey Hospital and the ICU nursing staff.
  • Renneanna Dillen, a resident of Wareham, MA and a student at Wareham High School will attend Harvard University in the fall to study Molecular Biology on a pre-med track.
  • Jamie Read, a resident of West Wareham, MA and a student at Wareham High School will attend the University of Rhode Island in the fall in the Doctor of Pharmacy program

The Tobey Hospital Guild is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to render services to Tobey Hospital, its tax-exempt subsidiaries, and its patients and to assist in promoting health and welfare of the community.  Members serve as ambassadors to the community on behalf of the hospital. Tobey Hospital is located in Wareham, M.A. and is part of the Southcoast Health hospital system. For more information or to join, please call contact Sandy Beck, Membership Chair, at 508-748-0794.


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