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Reston Hospital Center Awards Scholarships to Northern Virginia Students

June 03, 2013

Reston, Virginia, May 29, 2013- Reston Hospital Center awarded scholarships to 16 Northern Virginia High School seniors in recognition of their academic excellence and excitement for pursuing a career in healthcare.

John Deardorff, President and CEO of Reston Hospital Center said at the award ceremony, “The exceptional students that are here with us today are looking forward to furthering their interest and education in the field of healthcare, and we are delighted to support them through our scholarship fund.”

Each year the Medical Staff at Reston Hospital Center offers $15,000 in scholarships to local high schools. This year, McLean, Chantilly and Westfield were added to the list of high schools that receive the scholarship. For the past 15 years, Reston Hospital Center has awarded more than $200,000 in academic scholarships to students in Northern Virginia.

The recipients of the Reston Hospital Center Medical Staff Scholarships are: Jocelyn Albarracin– Park View High School, Montserrat Alvarez– Herndon High School, Jenny Chau– Westfield High School, Madeline Farmer– Oakton High School, Priscilla Fiores– South Lakes High School, Jenna E. Frawley– Dominion High School, Melissa A. Guidry– Potomac Falls High School, Jon Hochstein– Broad Run High School, Syed Hossain– Herndon High School, In Ah Jung– Langley High School, Debbie Ledezma– Mclean High School, Hanna L. Mitchell– James Madison High School, Jona Qorri– Chantilly High School, Tommy Reyes– South Lakes High School, Margaret Sabo– Chantilly High School and Brittany J. Wilkins– Briar Woods High School.

The Reston Hospital Center Medical Staff and Volunteer Services Department congratulate these outstanding students, and are proud to support their continuing education and passion for healthcare.