Southern Bone & Joint Foundation Announces 2024 Scholarship Recipients

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Southern Bone & Joint Specialists Foundation unveils the recipients of the 2024 scholarship initiative. Through the annual Ronnie Randall Memorial Golf Tournament proceeds, the foundation is empowering local high school seniors as they embark on their educational journey in healthcare disciplines.

Dothan, AL, May 20, 2024 — Southern Bone & Joint Specialists Foundation is proud to announce the recipients of its 2024 scholarship program. Funded by the proceeds from the annual Ronnie Randall Memorial Golf Tournament, the scholarship program supports local high school seniors in their pursuit of higher education in healthcare-related fields.

2024 Scholarship Recipients

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The following students have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement, community involvement, and a passion for healthcare, earning them the Southern Bone & Joint Specialists Foundation Scholarship:

  • Ansley Brunson, Brantley High School
  • Audrey McDonald, Carroll High School
  • Kaylin Dorsey, Northside Methodist Academy
  • Caroline Reeves, Andalusia High School
  • Holley Hart, Houston Academy
  • Rae Houston, Dale County High School
  • Mason Slay, Slocomb High School
  • Tiffany Motley, Enterprise High School

These outstanding students were selected based on their essays reflecting on personal experiences or beliefs where they challenged something they previously thought to be true, along with their overall academic performance and commitment to pursuing a career in healthcare.

“We are delighted to support these exceptional students as they take the next step in their academic journeys toward careers in healthcare,” said Dr. Chase Smith, President of Southern Bone and Joint Specialists. “Their dedication and passion for helping others through medicine is truly inspiring.”

The Southern Bone and Joint Specialists Foundation scholarship program awards financial aid to graduating high school seniors from Barbour, Coffee, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Houston, and Pike counties in Alabama who plan to pursue higher education in healthcare-related fields. Funds are raised through the annual Ronnie Randall Memorial Golf Tournament.

Southern Bone & Joint Specialists is Southeast Alabama’s leading orthopedic clinic with two offices in Dothan as well as offices in Enterprise, Ozark, Eufaula, Andalusia, and Troy, Alabama. Our mission extends beyond healthcare, as we strive to promote wellness, support community services, and expand access to education through our Foundation. The scholarship program is one of the many ways we give back to the community, helping to support the next generation of healthcare professionals.

The Ronnie Randall Memorial Golf Tournament

The Ronnie Randall Memorial Golf Tournament, held annually, is the primary fundraiser for the Southern Bone & Joint Specialists Foundation Scholarship Program. The event brings together community members, local businesses, and supporters to raise funds that directly benefit local students, enabling them to achieve their educational and professional goals in the healthcare field.

For more information about Southern Bone & Joint Specialists, our Foundation, or the scholarship program, please visit our website.

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