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DRCHSD Webinar: National Health Service Corps

11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CT
The National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center)

DRCHSD Webinar: The National Health Service Corps

Learn how to apply to become an NHSC site. NHSC-approved sites provide outpatient, primary health care services to people in Health Professional Shortages Areas. Becoming an NHSC-approved site will help you to recruit, hire, and retain clinicians. In FY 2023, over 18,000 primary, dental, and mental healthcare providers served in National Health Service Corps programs, receiving federal funding in exchange for providing care in a Health Professional Shortage Area.

Audience: Healthcare Organization C-Suite but may be forwarded internally to staff who might find this information beneficial.

Caleb Lozinski sent out this invite to actively participating cohort members. Should you like to attend please email him directly to discuss that opportunity. 

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Clark Conover

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Supervisor for Region VII
Clark Conover

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