Comments on HRSA’s Revised Geographic Eligibility for Rural Grants

October 20, 2020

AHA comments on the Health Resources and Services Administration’s proposal to add additional counties – specifically, outlying Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) counties with no Urbanized Area (UA) – to its list of areas eligible to receive services funded by Federal Office of Rural Health Policy’s rural health grants. 

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