The Primary Care Loan Repayment Deadline is Two Weeks Away

The deadline to apply for the Pennsylvania Primary Care Loan Repayment Program is Dec. 14, 2022, at 7:00 pm. Physicians, dentists, and psychologists are eligible for up to $80,000 full-time and $40,000 half-time. Other practitioners are eligible for up to $48,000 full-time and up to $24,000 half-time. Please make sure your primary care, dental, and behavioral health providers know about this opportunity. To find out who is eligible, go to the website or download The LRP Fact Sheet. If you or a staff member is interested in applying, review the Request for Applications first. Questions? Contact Judd Mellinger-Blouch, Director of Pennsylvania Primary Care Career Center.

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