MCRH is a resource that can help match primary care providers (physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dentists, and more) with organizations that provide primary care services throughout Michigan’s rural communities.
MCRH has also built relationships with the following organizations to help build and sustain Michigan’s rural workforce:
We are excited to work with you find the perfect match in rural Michigan!
MCRH can help connect candidates to opportunities and rural communities in which to live and work in.
Loan repayment programs offer tax-free funds for qualified health care providers working in approved disciplines at eligible practice sites, in exchange for a service obligation.
Scholarships through the federal government allows students to pursue eligible primary care health professions training while helping decrease the amount of student loan debt.
The Conrad 30 Waiver Program allows each state to recommend up to 30 physicians to receive a waiver of the 2-year home residence requirement in exchange for a commitment of 3-years of service in an underserved area.
Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSAs) can be areas that have a shortage of primary, dental, or mental health care providers.
Everyone can experience it all in Pure Michigan!