Mark Robinson Scholarship for Rural Health 2019
Alpine Healths Board of Directors Chair, Christine Walker presented the Mark Robinson Scholarship for Rural Health (on behalf of Dr Mark Robinson) at Alpine Health's 23rd Annual General Meeting, Thursday 14th November, 2019 at the St Albans Parish Hall, Running Creek. The successful recipient of this year’s scholarship is Jade Lane from Mt Beauty.
The Mark Robinson Scholarship for Rural Health is an annual Education and Study Award. It has been established by the Alpine Health Board of Directors in recognition of the contribution of Dr J Mark Robinson and his family to the development of health services in rural Australia and more specifically those in the Kiewa Valley.
The Mark Robinson Scholarship for Rural Health is promoted to encourage local people to take up studies in health related disciplines at either undergraduate or postgraduate levels and return to practice in the Alpine Shire.
Jade has a background in international development and is about to commence her Masters in Social Work at Monash University. Her passion is to achieve sustainable positive health outcomes for women and young families in rural and remote areas.
For all enquiries, please contact the office of Mr Lyndon Seys, Chief Executive Officer Alpine Health on 03 5751 9344.