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Financial Assistance

The Northern Ontario School of Medicine is fortunate to have so many dedicated individuals and organizations that have made generous donations towards various awards and bursaries. These funds help ease the financial burden of residents and, in turn, help improve the health of the people of Northern Ontario by allowing residents to focus more on becoming a great medical practitioner.


How to Apply

FM-and-ES-Awards-Application

Residents applying for an award should complete the Awards Application Form by the closing date.

Application Opening Date: August 19, 2021
Application Closing Date: September 7, 2021
Application Review: September 15 to October 1, 2021
Announcements: October 15, 2021 (to be confirmed)


Awards Available in 2021-22 Application Cycle

B2021-1a: Elliot Lake Retirement Living PG Award = 1 @ $5,000

  1. Awarded to a NOSM Family Medicine Resident based in the city of Elliot Lake

B2021-2a&b: Manitoulin Transport PG Award(s) = 2 @ $5,000

  1. Awarded to two Family Medicine PGY1 Residents entering the Family Medicine – Rural Stream
  2. The Award Recipient agrees to complete their Residency in Family Medicine on
    Manitoulin Island
  3. Preference will be given to learners who completed their undergraduate medical
    degree at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.

B2021-3a&b: Metric Aid PG Award in Family Medicine or FM/EM = 2 @ $5,000

Not available in 2021; no applications will be accepted.

  1. Resident in Family Medicine in the city of North Bay
  2. Resident in Family Medicine in a small community in the Near North Health District
  3. Resident in PGY3 Family/Emergency Medicine in the city of North Bay

B2021-4: Tina Sartoretto Memorial Post Graduate Award = 1 @ $5,000

  1. To support a NOSM Family Medicine learner that agrees to complete their (PGY1) residency in Family Medicine (Rural Stream) in the Temiskaming Shores region (hospital or health centre)
  2. To support the Northern Ontario School of Medicine and for that purpose, preference will be given to learners who completed their undergraduate medical degree at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.