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12 Dec Community partners donate $3.66 million for 23 “full-tuition” JABSOM scholarships



In an effort to tackle the doctor shortage in Hawaiʻi, philanthropists Barry and Virginia Weinman, Hawaiʻi Pacific Health and The Queen’s Health Systems are donating $3.66 million to fund full-tuition scholarships for 23 incoming students at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). The 23 scholarship recipients are Hawaiʻi residents and make up about a third of the incoming Class of 2022.

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Community partners donate $3.66 million for 23 “full-tuition” JABSOM scholarships

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