CHC Provider Loan Repayment Program
The application cycle is NOW CLOSED.
The Massachusetts Community Health Center Primary Care Provider Loan Repayment Program is managed by the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers. Loan repayment funding was made possible through Chapter 224 of the Acts of 2012: An Act Improving Quality of Health Care and Reducing Costs Through Increased Transparency, Efficiency and Innovation and was awarded by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health through a contract to the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers. Program management support is funded by Partners HealthCare System, Inc. The statewide program is intended to increase the capacity of health centers to provide primary care by enhancing the availability of primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. This initiative is intended to support the expansion of primary care capacity at all Massachusetts community health centers. The program offers school loan repayment to primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who make a two-year commitment to practice at one of the state's eligible community health center organizations.
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This initiative is intended to support the expansion of primary care capacity at all Massachusetts community health centers. It is anticipated that with the ease in educational debt, more physicians will choose primary care practice and commit to working at community health centers to provide critical health care services to medically underserved and uninsured residents. Application forms will be made available with the application cycle opens.
The initiative is also open to primary care nurse practitioners/physician assistants who have completed their training and have been newly hired to work in a Massachusetts community health center, with a hire date within one year of the application due date. Application forms will be made available with the application cycle opens.