Dr. Suzanne Wedel Scholarship
Launched in 2017, the Dr. Suzanne Wedel Scholarship, is awarded to an emerging leader in the critical care transport field who actively contributes to the leadership of the medical transport community and/or who demonstrates a commitment to improving patient care through research in the critical care transport industry.
Active involvement in air medical transport as either an aviation or healthcare related professional. The total amount of the award is $2500. The scholarship criteria are as follows:
- Commitment to improving air medical transport.
- Membership in the Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS).If your organization is a member of AAMS, you are a member of AAMS.
If you are uncertain, please contact the AAMS/MedEvac Foundation office at 703-836-8732.
- Completed application, which will include four required short essay questions, letter of support from your supervisor and your résumé.
Dr. Suzanne Wedel
Seeking funding for the 2023 Dr. Suzanne Wedel Scholarship
Our ability to offer this scholarship is wholly dependent on securing sponsorship. The Dr. Suzanne Wedel Scholarship covers tuition for at least one student to attend the MTLI Graduate School program. If your organization is interested in sponsorship, please contact Megan Cohen at email@example.com.
Congratulations to our 2022 Recipient!
Jennifer Holly - PHI Air Medical
"My intent is to increase my utility within the air medical world, and to increase my knowledge base, so that I may be the most effective leader and advocate I can within our industry. My goal is to move into the operations management side of the industry working with our Governmental Affairs and Industry Relations team for the advancement and advocacy of the air medical community," says Jennifer. "As a clinician and supervisor in California, I am familiar with complicated requirements/policy/ law that can hinder operations for an air medical provider, and I feel that by continuing to increase my knowledge base of the industry, and the legislative efforts at the state and federal levels, I can be useful in the advancement of our industry."