Our scholarship is now available:
St. John's County Medical Alliance Scholarship 

 The St. Johns County Medical Alliance offers scholarships to graduating St. Johns County high school seniors pursuing an education in pre-medicine, nursing, or allied health. 

Applicants must reside in St. Johns County and plan to begin a program of study in the fall of 2016 at an accredited institution. This includes a four year college or university or a two year community or junior college. Scholarship applicants are evaluated on academic ability, school involvement, community service, and financial need. None of these categories are self-limiting. 

To obtain a copy of the scholarship application, go to www.sjcma.blogspot.com or the St. Johns County Medical Alliance Facebook page.

The St. Johns County Medical Alliance represents spouses of St. Johns County physicians. Its purpose is to promote health education, identify and address health-care needs and issues, participate in health-related legislation, and provide college scholarships and awards to St. Johns County students.

2015 Holiday Share Card

Support Local Students
 Donate to the St. Johns County Medical Alliance
2015 Holiday Share Card
Proceeds benefit the
SJCMA College Scholarship Fund, in memory
of Florence Lockwood


 
The St. Johns County Medical Alliance, in conjunction with the St. Johns County Medical Society, has provided over $50,000 in college scholarship funds in recent years.

For your donation, your name will appear inside the Holiday Share Card along with other donors. The card will be mailed to ALL physicians and Flagler Hospital administrative offices. It’s an opportunity share holiday greetings with everyone.

Your donation will directly provide scholarship funds for St. Johns County graduating seniors who are pursuing an education in medicine, nursing, or allied health.

Suggested donation amounts to have your name or group appear inside the Holiday Share Card are $200, $100, or $75.

Make your check payable to:
St. Johns County Medical Alliance
c/o Ann Olds
251 South Matanzas Blvd
St. Augustine, FL 32080

Donations must be received by December 1, 2015
 

St Johns County Medical Alliance Scholars 2015

The St. Johns County Medical Alliance is pleased to announce the winners of our 2015 SJCMA Scholarship, in memory of Florence Lockwood.
 

2014 Holiday Share Card

Support Local Students
 Donate to the St. Johns County Medical Alliance
2014 Holiday Share Card
Proceeds benefit the
SJCMA College Scholarship Fund

Front of this year's Holiday Share Card. The picture is from Flagler Hospital's tranquility garden.
 
Inside of donation form. Click on image to enlarge.

Inside of donation form. Click on image to enlarge.
 
The St. Johns County Medical Alliance, in conjunction with the St. Johns County Medical Society, has provided over $50,000 in college scholarship funds in recent years.

For your donation, your name will appear inside the Holiday Share Card along with other donors. The card will be mailed to ALL physicians and Flagler Hospital administrative offices. It’s an opportunity share holiday greetings with everyone.

Your donation will directly provide scholarship funds for St. Johns County graduating seniors who are pursuing an education in medicine, nursing, or allied health.

Suggested donation amounts to have your name or group appear inside the Holiday Share Card are $200, $100, or $75.

Make your check payable to:
St. Johns County Medical Alliance
c/o Ann Olds
251 South Matanzas Blvd
St. Augustine, FL 32080


*For a copy of the donation form, click the following link highlighted in blue Share Card Donation Form

Donations must be received by December 1, 2014


St. Johns County Medical Alliance receives Doctors' Day Award from Southern Medical Association Alliance

The St. Johns County Medical Alliance (SJCMA) placed first for Doctors' Day and Health Education projects at the Southern Medical Association Alliance Annual Meeting! Stella Brown, FMAA & SJCMA member, holds the award certificate.

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