HRSA provides funding to health centers to improve health and achieve health equity through access to quality services, a skilled health workforce and innovative programs. Now the question is, how do health centers help people?
President Obama, in October 2011, challenged Community Health Centers to hire 8,000 veterans – approximately one veteran per health center site – over the next three years.
Assisting new and existing Health Center Grantees in their efforts to deliver high quality care.
The Federally Supported Health Centers Assistance Act of 1992 and 1995 granted medical malpractice liability protection through the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) to HRSA-supported health centers.
Technical Assistance (TA) is the provision of advice, assistance, and training to ensure the successful development and operation of primary health care programs.
For a video overview of the Bureau of Primary Health Care's Technical Assistance website, click here.
Clinical Quality Performance in U.S. Health Centers (PDF - 180 KB) 05/17/2012
Video: Community Health Centers - Quality Care, Satisfied Patients (8/24/2012)
Investment by Obama Administration will eliminate ADAP waitlists press release (07/19/2012)
HRSA-13-237 Affordable Care Act - Health Center Controlled Networks
HRSA-13-223 Service Area Competition
HRSA-13-224 Service Area Competition
HRSA-13-254 Service Area Competition
HRSA-13-225 Service Area Competition
HRSA-13-226 Service Area Competition
HRSA-13-227 Service Area Competition