Scholarships

Sinkler Miller Medical Association Scholarship

Sinkler Miller Medical Association offers annual scholarships to high school, nursing and medical students who are African American.

  • Applicants must provide verification of acceptance into college or enrollment in medical or nursing school.
  • High school students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or a graduate GPA of 3.0
  • Medical and nursing students must be in good standing in the accredited medical or nursing school applicant is attending.
  • Applicants must demonstrate a financial need.

To apply for the Sinkler Miller Medical Association Scholarship and for more information please click link below to download the Scholarship Application.

Click here to download the 2017 SMMA Scholarship Application

 

William Alexander Jackson Ross, Sr., M.D. Scholarship for Residents in a Surgery Training Program

William Alexander Jackson Ross, Sr., M.D. was a prominent Orthopedic Surgeon in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area. He strongly believed in eliminating healthcare disparities among minorities and was a dedicated member of the Sinker Miller Association. Dr. Ross passed away in 2007. In his honor and to continue his legacy, his family is funding this scholarship to assist residents who are in a surgery training program.

  • Applicants must be Black/African American and from the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area
  • Applicant must be in good standing in an accredited residency surgery program in the country
  • Applicants must plan to pursue their medical career as a physician and live in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area
  • Applicants must demonstrate a financial need

Please download the Scholarship Application below for more information and to apply for the Physicians Medical Forum Scholarships.
Click here to download the 2017 Ross Scholarship Application

 

Delmar C. Sanders, M.D. Scholarship for Residents

Delmar C. Sanders, M.D. was a prominent Neurosurgeon in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area. He strongly believed in eliminating healthcare disparities among minorities and was a dedicated member of the Sinkler Miller Association. Dr. Sanders passed away in August, 2015. In his honor and to continue his legacy, his family is funding this scholarship to assist residents who are in a neurosurgery training program.

This scholarship will be awarded to residents in a neurosurgery training program.

For more information or to apply for the Delmar C. Sanders, M.D. Scholarship, please download the application below.

Click here to download the 2017 Delmar C. Sanders, M.D. Scholarship Application