HRSA is helping veterans translate the health care skills gained during their enlistment into civilian medical professions.
Health Professions grants improve access to health care by addressing some of the most pressing needs across the U.S. health workforce.
Nurse practitioners play a critical role in extending access to health care
Protect the public from health care practitioners, providers, and suppliers with a history of malpractice, adverse actions, fraud and abuse.
Research on the state of the healthcare workforce, tracking shortages, trends and issues as they develop. Health Workforce Analysis >
Geographic areas, population groups and facilities with too few primary care, dental and mental health providers. Shortage Designation>
Bureau of Health Workforce Stakeholder Call transcript (PDF - 70 KB) | Replay audio:1-800-388-6812 Passcode: 6515
Deputy Associate Administrator: The HRSA Bureau of Health Workforce is looking for an individual with experience managing large and functionally diverse organizations, fostering team commitment and encouraging collaboration and the ability to establish new or redesign existing programs, policies and procedures. Apply by August 22.
Director, Office of Workforce Development and Analysis: To oversee health workforce data analysis/collection and programs that provide grants in support of the recruitment, education, training, and retention of a diverse, culturally competent health care workforce. Apply by August 30.