Meeting in Los Angeles
Crowne Plaza LAX
June 27, 2019
Meeting In Oakland
2000 Franklin St
March 28, 2019
1-4p CMC Meeting
The Health Professions Education Foundation (HPEF) will host an application cycle from August 1, 2019 – October 8, 2019, for the following loan repayment programs:
If you are a health professional working in an underserved area of California, have outstanding educational debt, and meet other important application criteria related to cultural and linguistic competency, you may be eligible to apply. Please carefully review the eligibility guidelines for the program to which you are interested in applying. These programs are highly competitive and not all who apply are awarded.
Applicants may apply at: https://eapp.oshpd.ca.gov/funding/
The HPEF team will host technical assistance calls to provide opportunities for applicants to ask questions pertaining to their applications. Please see the attached schedules for these programs and plan to join if you have questions. You may also call us at 800-773-1669 or email HPEF-Email@oshpd.ca.gov. Due to the volume of communications during the application cycle, you can expect a response between 24-48 hours from the time of your communication.
HPEF’s mission is to increase access to healthcare in medically underserved areas of California by supporting health professionals with the appropriate skills and strong dedication to serving communities in need. Apply today, or share this information with someone you know who may be eligible. Visit our website at www.healthprofessions.ca.gov to learn more.
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Hope this is a helpful resource for everyone:
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Posted: 06/10/2011 04:00:00 PM PDT
Updated: 06/10/2011 04:39:40 PM PDT
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