Riverview Health Foundation is pleased to announce it has awarded the Dr. and Mrs. Malcom Bray Medical Scholarship to seven deserving Hamilton County students.
The students from the 2019-2020 school year who have received the scholarship include: Sophie Brisco, Noblesville High School; Caitlin Hartwick, Hamilton Heights High School; Lydia Hermann, Westfield High School; Nick Roberts, Sheridan High School; Emma Rockwell, Hamilton Southeastern High School; Emily Sorg, Fishers High School; David Tulkop, Carmel High School.
“The philosophy of Dr. Malcom Bray and Mary Bray was to always share the blessings they had received in life by giving back to the community,” said Megan Wiles, Executive Director of Riverview Health Foundation. “We’re grateful that we can carry on their legacy through this scholarship and support those who are just beginning their journeys into the medical profession.”
The Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm Bray Medical Scholarship was established in 1993 through Riverview Health Foundation and is awarded to a graduating senior from each of the public high schools in Hamilton County wishing to pursue a career in the medical field. Each recipient is awarded a onetime $1,000 scholarship. More than 175 scholarships have been awarded to students since its inception.
The Bray’s support of Riverview Health runs deep. Dr. Bray was a scientist at Eli Lilly and Co. and a member of Riverview Health Foundation Board of Directors for 18 years. Mary Bray volunteered at Riverview Health for more than 40 years and her great-grandfather was instrumental in relocating Riverview Health to its current location.
About Riverview Health Foundation
Since its inception in 1976, Riverview Health Foundation—a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization—has served Riverview Health in preserving the health of the community through philanthropic efforts and fundraising. Funds raised by Riverview Health Foundation are gifted to Riverview Health for the purposes of purchasing advanced medical equipment and providing much-needed services to patients and their family members.
Riverview Health is comprised of a full-service, 156-bed hospital in Noblesville and a hospital in Westfield with 16 beds. Also included are 23 primary, immediate and specialty-care facilities in Hamilton County. Riverview Health provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services in more than 35 healthcare specialties and has been frequently recognized for its clinical and service excellence. National achievements include Healthgrades America's 100 Best Hospitals for Orthopedic Surgery award (2019) and Outstanding Patient Experience award (2017-2018). Leapfrog Group awarded Riverview Health an A grade—the highest grade possible—for patient safety in 2017. As one of the largest employers in Hamilton County, Riverview Health recently received the Five-Star AchieveWELL Award through the Wellness Council of Indiana and was honored at the 2017 Indiana Health and Wellness Summit.