St Johns County Medical Alliance Scholars 2014


The St. Johns County Medical Alliance is pleased to announce the winners of our 2014 SJCMA Scholarship, in memory of Florence Lockwood.

Kelly Herrin, graduate of Nease High School, plans to major in Nursing and will attend the University of Miami
Jessica Potts, graduate of Bartram Trail High School, plans to major in Physical Therapy and will attend High Point University in North Carolina
Maggie Borngesser, graduate of Bartram Trail High School, plans to pursue pre-med studies and will attend The United States Air Force Academy.
Matthew Guthrie, of Creekside High School, plans to major in biology as a pre-med student and will attend the University of Florida.
Mimi Haley, graduate of Ponte Vedra High School, plans to major in Biomedical Science and will attend University of Central Florida.
Borna Hossain presented awards, at Bartram Trail High School, to Jessica Potts and Maggie Borngesser.
Alliance members Barbara Goldberg and Ainsley Cardinal Warmuth presented Matthew Guthrie's award at Creekside High School


 

Junior Alliance April Service Project

 

The group gave candy filled Easter eggs to the nurses and patients in Flagler Hospital's nursery.

Application for Past Medical Alliance Scholarship Recipients Desiring Continued Funding

If you are a past St. Johns County Medical Alliance scholarship recipient and would like to apply for continued funding, please click the following link Application for Past Recipients Desiring Continued Funding for a copy of the application and guidelines. The postmark deadline is the fourth Friday in April.

The City of St. Augustine Proclaims March 30, 2014 as Doctors' Day

The City of St. Augustine proclaims March 30, 2014 as Doctors' Day and encourages its citizens to express gratitude to all physicians who serve their health needs.
 

Doctors' Day 2014

The 2014 Doctors' Day Celebration at Flagler Hospital was a big success with over 75 physicians in attendance.
 
 
 
Medical Alliance members greeted physicians and handed out red carnations in the Doctors' Dining Room.
 
 
The red carnation is the symbolic flower for National Doctors' Day.
  
 
 
Junior Alliance members made “Happy Doctors’ Day” hearts atop messaged tongue depressors to decorate white coat pockets (along with the real depressors) :-)
 
 
History of National Doctors’ Day
On March 30, 1958, a Resolution Commemorating Doctors’ Day was adopted by the United States House of Representatives. In 1990, legislation was introduced in the House and Senate to establish a National Doctors’ Day. Following overwhelming approval by the US Senate and the House of Representatives, on October 30, 1990, President George Bush signed S.J. Res. #366 (which became Public Law 101-473) designating March 30th as “National Doctors’ Day.” Today, the red carnation is commonly used as the symbolic flower for National Doctors’ Day.

Junior Alliance Valentine's Day Service Project

 


 The students made Valentine's butterfly lollipop treats for the nurses and staff in Flagler Hospital's Nursery and NICU.