Access the Bureau of Health Workforce's FY2016 Grants Bulletin to determine your eligibility for upcoming grant opportunities.
Health Professions grants improve access to health care by helping health professions training programs address some of the most pressing needs across the U.S. health workforce.
Most health professions grants are made to colleges and universities which use the funds to build programs that enroll diverse students, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds, and produce graduates who make careers in primary care.
Each grant program has specific eligibility requirements, but generally, public or nonprofit private hospitals, accredited health professions schools, and other public or private nonprofit organizations that meet the requirements are eligible to apply.
Health professions grant programs that receive appropriated funds from the U.S. Congress hold competitions during the Federal fiscal year (October 1 through September 30) the appropriation is made. Applications are due no less than 30 days after the grant competition is announced.
HRSA-16-065 Nurse Faculty Loan Program
HRSA-16-045 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Program
HRSA-16-059 Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) Program
HRSA-16-042 Primary Care Training and Enhancement (PCTE) Program
HRSA-16-070 Advanced Nursing Education Program
HRSA-16-076 Oral Health Service Expansion
HRSA-16-066 Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention – Bachelor of Science in Nursing Practicums in Community Settings Program
HRSA-16-068 Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention- Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Program: Behavioral Health Integration