MADISON TOWNSHIP -- Phyllis Stanfield, a 2021 graduate of Madison Comprehensive High School, was recently awarded a $10,000 scholarship from Medical Mutual for her academic achievements.
Stanfield plans on attending Ashland University and majoring in biology with a focus on pre-med. She was among six regional winners of $10,000 scholarships based on academic achievement and financial need.
Those scholarships, as well as 140 scholarships of $1,000 each, went to students in school districts across Ohio that are also customers of Cleveland-based Medical Mutual. The Columbus Foundation administers the program and received more than 550 applications for the scholarships.
“Phyllis clearly was a high achiever at Madison Comprehensive High School and is a deserving recipient of the scholarship,” said Amber Hulme, Regional Vice President, Central Ohio. “Medical Mutual is pleased to support her desire to make an impact in the medical field.”
About Medical Mutual
Founded in 1934, Medical Mutual is the oldest and one of the largest insurers based in Ohio. We provide peace of mind to more than 1.6 million Ohioans through our high-quality health, life, disability, dental, vision, indemnity, wellness and employee assistance plans. We offer fully insured and self-funded group coverage, including stop loss, as well as Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement and individual plans.
Medical Mutual’s status as a mutual company means we operate for the benefit of our members without needing to meet the demands of stockholders or Wall Street analysts. Instead, we focus on developing products and services that allow us to better serve our customers and the communities around us and help our members achieve their best possible health and quality of life. For more information, visit the company’s website at MedMutual.com.