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— Larry Gottlieb, Administrator

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The NHSC is a network of 7,500 primary health care professionals and 10,000 sites as of September 30, 2010 working in underserved communities across the country.

To support their service, the NHSC provides clinicians with financial support in the form of loan repayment and scholarships.

Join the Corps


Receive up to $170,000 in loan repayment for completing a five-year service commitment. The program starts with an initial award of $60,000 for two years of service.

Steps To Apply:

  1. Check eligibility criteria
  2. Secure job at approved site
  3. Complete and submit the online application
  4. Complete the additional documentation and submit by mail or fax

Learn more and get started »


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