Who was Sally M. Johnson?

Mrs. Johnson was a former volunteer with Northside Hospital back when it was formerly known as R.T. Jones Memorial Hospital. In 1996, Mrs. Johnson bequeathed a gift of $5,000. to the hospital. This money was to be put towards the scholarship fund that the auxiliary department granted to upcoming college students pursuing a career in the allied medical field. With the passing of Mrs. Johnson, the scholarship was named after her. Prior to her death she was known for her love and passion for the auxiliary department. She especially loved the scholarship fund and would always donate money towards it.

Scholarship Information

Annual Scholarships are awarded to assist a recipient pursuing a career in a health-related educational program at an accredited college, university or health-related technical school in the state of Georgia.

The Sally M. Johnson scholarship pro-gram is paid directly to the college to pay for tuition, fees, or books.

Cherokee county high school seniors and persons currently enrolled in an educational institution must apply directly to the Northside Hospital Cherokee Auxiliary committee.

The scholarship is for tuition only and each applicant is considered on an individual basis and merit. A minimum of a $1,000 scholarship will be paid directly to the tuition office of the educational institution if it meets the criteria as stated in the Auxiliary Scholarship Requirements.

What is Required in the Scholarship Application?

Eligibility criteria for Northside Hospital Cherokee Auxiliary Scholarship:

Application Preparation

Please be prepared to provide

If you are a Northside Hospital Cherokee Employee please apply here.

All other eligible applicants apply here.

Completed Application must be received no later than April 30, 2019

All questions regarding the scholarship chairperson can be addressed to the scholarship chairperson, Carole Alvaro, at nhcasmj@gmail.com