Scholarship winners for 2016

Dennis Rork, MD, one of the partner physicians at DMC Primary Care awards $1,000 to each scholarship recipient.

Twelve high school seniors from four area high schools were selected to each receive a $1,000 scholarship from the DMC Primary Care Charitable Foundation.  The scholarship is given to students pursuing careers in a medically related profession, and who rank in the top 25% of their class.  This year there were four recipients from Pinkerton Academy in Derry, and four from Londonderry High School.  Windham High School and Salem High School were represented by two recipients each.

“We are pleased to be able to recognize the academic success of area students each year,” said Dennis Rork, MD, one of the physician partners at DMC Primary Care.  “The scholarship also awards their dedication, compassion and willingness to help others in their chosen health profession.”

Dr. Rork encouraged each recipient to stay in touch with the providers at DMC Primary Care for future networking, internships and other opportunities.  The physician partners of DMC Primary Care are deeply rooted in the local community and take great pride and interest in helping future health care providers from the community achieve their career goals.

DMC Primary Care has distributed $59,000 since the scholarship’s inception in 2006 to help students pursue their professional aspirations and experience the reward of making a difference in people’s lives.  Applications for the scholarship are available each spring from the guidance office at each school.

The scholarship winners for 2016 are:

Salem High SchoolCourtney MacDonald, majoring in occupational therapy; Ariana Sullivan, majoring in nursing.

Windham High SchoolKrishna Patel, majoring in public health; Hannah Harootian, majoring in nursing.

Pinkerton AcademyMolly DeCarlo, majoring in nursing; Madison Garnick, majoring in neuro-science; Ashley Palmer, majoring in nursing; Elisabeth Preble, majoring in occupational therapy.

Londonderry High SchoolAnna Tighe, majoring in nursing; Hannah Cohen, majoring in in nursing; Shannon Sonia, majoring in chemistry, Madison Harper, majoring in music therapy.