Critical Access Hospitals, certain clinics and other eligible outpatient facilities that provide primary care or substance use disorder treatment to high-need urban or rural areas can apply through May 30 to become a National Health Service Corps site. NHSC-approved sites can use NHSC Loan Repayment and Scholarship Programs to recruit qualified clinicians to health professional shortage areas, among other benefits. CAHs must be affiliated with an outpatient, primary care clinic to be eligible, among other requirements. For more information or to apply, visit https://nhsc.hrsa.gov/sites/how-to-apply.html.

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