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The National Health Service Corps offers loan repayment and scholarships to primary care providers and students for serving at NHSC sites in communities with limited ...
The NHS is one of the world's largest publicly funded health services. Find out how it operates in England and learn about any upcoming changes.
National Health Service (NHS), in Great Britain, a comprehensive public-health service under government administration, established by the National Health Service Act ...
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The government wants the NHS to deliver better results, giving patients more choice and doctors and nurses more freedom to shape services that meet patients’ needs.
Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSA) are geographic areas, population groups, and/or facilities with shortages of health professionals. HPSA scores provide a ...
NHSC Scholarship Program. The NHSC Scholarship Program is a competitive Federal program that awards scholarships to students in return for a commitment to provide ...
National Health Service or National Health. n (Medicine) (in Britain) the system of national medical services since 1948, financed mainly by taxation.
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