BMS Practice Solution’s Scholarship

Supporting Tomorrow’s Leaders in Clinical Excellence

At BMS Practice Solutions we strive for excellence and have a passion for using our experience to create technology and service solutions for physical therapists. In the spirit of excellence we wish to recognize and support the future of outpatient physical therapists and their quest to make a difference not only in the lives of their patients, but on the future of physical therapy as a whole by offering an annual scholarship. We are proudly awarding a $2000 dollar annual scholarship to one Doctor of Physical Therapy student. This scholarship will be awarded based on academic merit and video essay submission.

Please review the eligibility requirements and application process below.

Award

$2,000.00

Deadline

Must be received by October 1st, 2017

Requirements

This scholarship is available to all doctor of physical therapy students who are currently enrolled and have successfully completed the first year in their program at an accredited university or college. You must be in good academic standing and have a minimum 3.0 GPA.

How to Enter

Create a 30 second to one-minute video essay explaining how you envision, over the next ten years, technology will transform the world of outpatient physical therapy and assist you to deliver excellence in patient care. Be creative and have fun. Upload your video to Youtube and include the public URL on the form submission along with other required information.

There will only be one winner. The scholarship recipient will receive the scholarship award on November 1, 2017. By participating, you are giving consent for us to contact you via mail, email, and or call you. In addition, if you are the winner, you are giving us your express consent to use your name, college or PT School identification, and your video on this site and for any other promotional purposes without further compensation or payment to you. The scholarship recipient is responsible for payment of any applicable State and or Federal income taxes due to the receipt of the scholarship