CRMC Foundation Announces the Han Educational Scholarship Award Winners


The Coffeyville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) Foundation has awarded five students the Dr. and Mrs. Chan S. Han Family Educational Scholarships.  The students awarded (in alphabetical order) are Amber Bird, Bryce Brown, Alice Hite, Viridiana Ornealas, and Sara Wellington.

“We are thankful that the CRMC Foundation encourages our employees who are pursuing healthcare careers,” said CRMC CEO Brian Lawrence.  “We are blessed to have amazing donors like the Han Family who generously donate and support the next generation of healthcare workers.”

Amber Bird is currently a monitor technician at CRMC and is pursuing her Nursing degree at Rogers State University.

Bryce Brown is currently an EMT at CRMC working on his Paramedic degree at Coffeyville Community College.

Alice Hite works as a Registered Nurse in the CRMC Primary Care Clinic and is pursuing her Bachelor of Nursing from Pittsburg State University.

Viridiana Ornelas works as a Certified Nurse Assistant on the Acute Care floor at CRMC.  She is pursuing her Nursing degree at CCC.

Sara Wellington is a lab assistant at CRMC.  She will be pursuing her Medical Laboratory Science degree from George Washington University.

Dr. Chan Han began practicing in Coffeyville in 1974 and retired in 2014.  For forty years, he served the community as a dedicated Pediatrician taking care of multiple generations.  The Dr. and Mrs. Chan S. Han Family Fund was established by Dr. and Mrs. Han’s sons: Dr. Yong Y. Han, Dr. Yong S. Han and Y. Sam Han in honor of their parents and as a way to give back to the community they love and call their hometown.

The Coffeyville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) Foundation operates as a separate 501c3 corporation.  It is our mission to provide financial support and assistance to the hospital so that they may achieve and maintain excellence as a healthcare provider and leader for the communities that we serve.

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