Richard L. Davis, FACMPE National Scholarship

$5,000

May 01, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The ACMPE Scholarship Fund Inc. (SFI) is comprised of 10 scholarships with each having its own, unique, eligibility criteria. It supports and promotes healthcare leaders' personal and professional growth toward the advancement of the profession. The program supports individuals who, by virtue of experience, current position and plans demonstrate potential for contributing to the medical practice management profession. The Richard L. Davis National Scholarship is for individuals who are enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program relevant to medical practice management.

    Students must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program relevant to medical practice management, including public health, business administration, healthcare administration, and other related areas. The scholarships are not intended to support individuals pursuing degrees in medicine, physical therapy, nursing or other clinically related professions. To be eligible to receive a scholarship, students must be enrolled in a degree program for the coming academic year.

    Applications will be considered for all scholarships available. A separate application must be submitted for the Richardson-Sargent grant.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • ACMPE Scholarship Fund Program
  • scholarship@mgma.org

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4/30/2017 1:58:37 PM

I'm very serious and committed to work in the healthcare professional field in Information Technology area in any healthcare facility. I also took Business Administration and IT management Dual Credit class in my 11th grade in high school. I hope that I will be an asset to your unique and good organization that is well known for the financial assistance they provide to needy future healthcare professionals. Please keep up the good job. Thanks, Christopher

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