The Health Resources and Services Administration has extended through June 7 the deadline for eligible facilities — including eligible critical access hospitals, hospital-affiliated outpatient facilities and rural health clinics — to apply to become National Health Service Corps-approved sites. NHSC-approved sites can recruit and retain qualified providers through NHSC scholarship and loan repayment programs.

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