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2021 MCMC Scholarship Information
Date Posted: 2021-02-23

Monroe County Medical Center will offer graduating high school seniors pursuing higher education two scholarships (as described below), providing the recipients remain a full-time student and maintain a C average.

Applicants for the first scholarship, $6,000 ($1,500 per year for four years), must be a resident of Monroe County who will graduate in May or who has completed their GED and will be pursuing a career in the medical field.

Applicants for the second scholarship, $4000 ($1,000 per year for four years), must be the child of an MCMC employee who will graduate in May/June or who has completed their GED and will be pursuing a career in the medical field (residence in Monroe County is not required).

Further information about the scholarships and requirements may be found in the scholarship application. The application can be obtained below, from MCMC Administration or from the Guidance Office at the Monroe County High School. Completed applications along with transcript (including ACT scores) must be returned to the Administration office no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 30, 2021.

Scholarship Application

Kentucky Hospital Association COVID-19 PSA
Date Posted: 2020-06-25
If you have concerns, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, prior to visiting the hospital, refer to this helpful video documenting policies we are taking to keep you safe.

A Special Thanks
Date Posted: 2020-05-28
Monroe County Medical Center would like to thank the following organizations and individuals for providing food to our healthcare workers during this pandemic:

  • Cleary's Construction
  • Amedysis Home Health
  • Lifeline Home Health
  • Monroe County Schools
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Date Posted: 2020-03-11
Monroe County Medical Center is focused on providing the safest and most efficient care for our patients.  With that being said, we want the residents of Monroe County to know that we receive daily updates on the increasing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and are continuously monitoring the situation. We are screening all of our patients according to Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.  So far, we have not had any patients that have met the guidelines, requiring further investigation.

For more information on COVID-19 see the following websites:
MCMC Scholarships Available
Date Posted: 2020-03-09

Monroe County Medical Center will offer graduating high school seniors pursuing higher education two scholarships (as described below), providing the recipients remain a full-time student and maintain a C average.

Applicants for the first scholarship, $6,000 ($1,500 per year for four years), must be a resident of Monroe County who will graduate in May or who has completed their GED and will be pursuing a career in the medical field.

Applicants for the second scholarship, $4000 ($1,000 per year for four years), must be the child of an MCMC employee who will graduate in May/June or who has completed their GED and will be pursuing a career in the medical field (residence in Monroe County is not required).

Further information about the scholarships and requirements may be found in the scholarship application. The application can be obtained below, from MCMC Administration or from the Guidance Office at the Monroe County High School. Completed applications along with transcript (including ACT scores) must be returned to the Administration office no later than 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

Scholarship Application