The Arizona Health Care Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for the 2021/2022 school year. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, March 24th at 12:00 pm. The intent of the AHCF Scholarship Program is to assist staff employed in member skilled nursing facilities and assisted living communities, so they can pursue a formal education in health care and long term care.

The Foundation has awarded thousands of dollars in scholarship funds over the years, with the average award between $1,200 and $1,500. Applicants must work in an AHCA member skilled nursing facility or assisted living community in good standing. For more information about the scholarship program, please contact Krysten Dobson at 602-265-5331 or kdobson@azhca.org.

Click here for the 2021 AHCF Scholarship Application

Congratulations to the 2020-2021 scholarship recipients!

Emily Berry, Prescott Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Ellen Blair, Mountain View Manor
Deanna Cole, Sunview Respiratory and Rehab
Martha Davis, Rio Vista Post Acute and Rehabilitation
Korrie Fields, Winslow Campus of Care
Dorreen Gallimore, Surprise Health and Rehabilitation Center
Cheyenne Hull, Boulder Gardens Assisted Living Center
Deborah Ingram, Freedom Plaza Care Center
Rachael Keeto, Desert Terrace Healthcare
Kristine Malcomson, The Center at Arrowhead
Rodshawnda Marshall, Prestige Assisted Living at Sierra Vista
Christopher Mitchell, Life Care Center of Paradise Valley
Marlyn Muhlhan, The Hacienda at the River
Aubri Phillips, Santé of Mesa
Cherry Pimentel, The Forum At Desert Harbor
Cecilia Preciado, Mountain View Manor
Benjamin Quihuis Jr., Horizon Post Acute and Rehabilitation Center
Malual Reer, Park Avenue Health and Rehabilitation
Emily Rivadeneyra, Sunrise Senior Living
Austin Roan, Haven of Scottsdale
Gema Romero, Sunrise Senior Living, Kelli Schiller, Boulder Gardens Assisted Living Center
Jazmin Segundo, Prescott Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Aubrey Shaw, Prescott Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Natasha Simpson, Surprise Health and Rehabilitation Center
Shanice Wilson, Friendship Village of Tempe