Established in 2003, the New Ulm Medical Center Foundation is a nonprofit organization that exists to enhance the health of New Ulm Medical Center patients and the wellness of the communities we serve.
Our organization provides a vehicle for area community members who want to sustain New Ulm Medical Center's mission through donations, memorials or bequests. All activities and funds are dedicated exclusively to supporting and providing for area medical needs and to improve the physical and mental well-being of the area's residents.
Scholarships are available for the 2017-18 school year for students who are interested in nursing and medical fields. All applications are due March 1, 2017.
Download the application.
The Mary E. Paquay Scholarship is available to a resident in the New Ulm, St. George or West Newton area who will be entering an accredited nursing degree program this fall at a post-secondary institution and intends to pursue a career at New Ulm Medical Center. A $5,000 scholarship will be given to one recipient entering a nursing program.
The Carol L. Ryberg Nursing Scholarship is available for students who have been accepted into an accredited BA or BSN nursing program at a post-secondary institution. The annual $4,500 scholarship will be awarded to one recipient entering a nursing program.
The Ozias Scholarship Fund is available to students who are entering their second year into an accredited nursing degree program this fall at a post-secondary institution. One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded.
he Kay Witt Scholarship Program is made in honor of all nurses who dedicate their lives to caring for others. A $2,500 scholarship will be given to one recipient pursuing a nursing degree for the 2016-17 school year.
Medical scholarships are also available through the Physicians Group of New Ulm to graduating seniors from New Ulm High School, Cathedral High School or Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School. Five $500 scholarships will be awarded. Applications can be received at local high school guidance offices or by calling Anna Bastian at 507-217-5400.
It is difficult enough to cope with a diagnosis of cancer without the added burden of financial stress that can occur as a result.
Hope Fund offers emergency financial assistance to those with breast cancer to help with expenses during care and treatment.
The Hope Fund is a program of the New Ulm Medical Center Foundation and funded through the generous support of the Minnesota Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure®.
Call 507-217-5180 or email
New Ulm Medical Center Foundation 1324 Fifth Street North New Ulm, MN 56073
Thank you for helping us reach our goal of $177,000
to bring 3D Mammography to New Ulm Medical Center.