Travis Lundell, a second-year student in the School of Medicine’s Master of Science in Anesthesia program, has been honored with the 2013 Sheridan National Allied Health Scholarship for Anesthiologist Assistant students.
Lundell was selected to receive the award for his exemplary clinical and leadership skills. He has been a leader in the SOM MSA program as an elected student representive to the American Academy of Anesthesiologist Assistants (AAAA), the AAAA student committee chair of communications, and also serves as a Boy Scout leader and an active member of his church community.
In the past year, Lundell has done clinical rotations at Kansas City’s Liberty Hospital, Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute and the Kansas City VA Medical Center.
Sheridan Healthcare, Inc., a hospital-based, multispecialty physician services company that also is a leading provider of anesthesia services throughout the country, presents the award annually to one Anesthesiaologist Assistant student in a nationally-accredited MSA program. It is designed to assist allied health students, residents and fellows with their transition from training to practice.