180 Medical is Proud to Announce the Seven Recipients of the 2019 180 Medical College Scholarship

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180 Medical, a leading nationwide supplier specializing in catheters, ostomy supplies, incontinence products, and related disposable medical supplies, is proud to announce the names of the seven recipients of the 2019 180 Medical College Scholarship. The seven $1,000 scholarship awards are eligible to applicants who are full-time college students and are living with medical conditions that sometimes create an additional financial burden.

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Each year, we’re amazed at the huge hurdles so many of our scholarship applicants have overcome and still maintain an attitude of positivity and perseverance. It’s a true honor to be able to assist the final 7 recipients with their future career goals.

180 Medical, a leading nationwide supplier specializing in catheters, ostomy supplies, incontinence products, and related disposable medical supplies, is proud to announce the seven recipients of the 2019 180 Medical College Scholarship.

180 Medical was founded on principles of compassion and service. Todd Brown, the founder of 180 Medical, created the 180 Medical College Scholarship Program in 2012 as a way to help students with specific disabilities and conditions, including: spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, transverse myelitis, neurogenic bladder, and/or an ostomy (ileostomy, urostomy, or colostomy.)

Students eligible for the scholarships are often burdened by additional financial costs due to their health condition, so the 180 Medical Scholarship exists to help alleviate that burden and allow students to achieve their career dreams despite the medical challenges they face.

The seven finalists who have received the $1,000 scholarship award are:

  • Anissa Morrison (Southern Utah University)
  • Benjamin Hulin (Grand Canyon University)
  • Harrison Rose (Central Michigan University)
  • Lauren Irving (Saddleback College)
  • Lauren Sammons (University of Kentucky)
  • Madison Weaver (West Chester University)
  • Ryan Barry (Rochester of Institute of Technology)

Mark Jassey, Chief Commercial Officer of 180 Medical, spoke to the incredible attributes of the scholarship award winners saying, “Each year, we’re amazed at the huge hurdles so many of our scholarship applicants have overcome and still maintain an attitude of positivity and perseverance. It’s a true honor to be able to assist the final 7 recipients with their future career goals.”

To learn more about the scholarship recipients, be sure the check out the 180 Medical blog, which will feature full articles on each student.

About 180 Medical:
180 Medical is one of America's fastest-growing providers of incontinence products, sterile-use intermittent catheters, ostomy supplies, and other related disposable medical supplies. Based in Oklahoma City, the company is dedicated to meeting the supply needs of customers with chronic medical diagnoses such as urinary incontinence, spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, colon cancer, Crohn’s disease and many other conditions that require catheterization and ostomy supplies. 180 Medical is a subsidiary of ConvaTec, a leading global medical products and technologies company. For more information, please visit http://www.180medical.com.

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