Campaigns & Scholarships
Healing the sick and injured of southeast Kansas and northeast Oklahoma is what CRMC does every day. But, now more than ever, it requires the generosity of the communities we serve to accomplish our goals. Below are several ways you can assist us by restricting your gift for one of our campaigns, programs or scholarships.
The Healing Garden – Celebrate Life!
Celebrate Life! is a wonderful way to celebrate a special person or event in your life, while showing your community spirit. With your support, the Coffeyville Regional Medical Center Foundation will be able to continue to meet the needs of purchasing medical equipment and furnishings to enhance patient care services at CRMC. The bricks are placed in the Healing Garden located off the main corridor of the hospital. The Healing Garden includes 4 x 8-inch brick ($100) and 8 x 8-inch paver stone ($200) pathways surrounded by specially selected trees and flowers, as well as two areas for sitting. Each brick or stone can be inscribed to honor family, friends or to remember a loved one who has passed away.
The Coffeyville Regional Medical Foundation is proud to offer four scholarships to dedicated students in their respected field of study.
Edna and John Cape Scholarship
This scholarship is to be awarded to a student seeking to pursue a dietary degree leading to a position as a dietician, preferably in a hospital setting.
Stephen Ellis Scholarship
This scholarship is to be awarded to students seeking a degree as a medical professional or to further the education of current CRMC staff.
Dr. Bill Read Medical Scholarship
This scholarship is to be awarded to medical students or new doctors currently endeavoring to start practicing as a physician in Coffeyville, Kansas.
James Wilson Scholarship
This scholarship is to be awarded to medical students currently pursuing a medical degree with a strong desire to become a physician and practice in Coffeyville, Kansas.
Dr. and Mrs. Chan S. Han Endowment
This scholarship is designed to further the knowledge and skills of CRMC associates.
Best Family Scholarship
This scholarship was started by the Jerry Best children, in memory of him and in honor of their mother Norma Best, originally from Bartlett & Edna Kansas. The intent of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to students in the four-state area that have been accepted into an accredited medical field program. This could be a student accepted into a paramedic, lab, X-ray, nursing, medical school or any other field specific to healthcare.
For information about scholarships at the Coffeyville Regional Medical Center Foundation, please contact the Foundation office at 620-252-1674 or email@example.com.