Service Obligated Programs Database

New York “State 30” program works with health care organizations of physicians to request a waiver for the 2-year home residency requirement for foreign-trained physicians holding J-1 visas. Physicians are required to practice in federally designated underserved areas.

The Senator Patricia K. McGee Nursing Faculty Scholarship Program provides scholarships to registered professional nurses enrolling in graduate programs that will qualify them as nursing faculty or adjunct clinical faculty.

The Nurse Corps Scholarship Program provides scholarships to nursing students in exchange for a service commitment at an eligible health care facility with a critical shortage of nurses.

The National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program provides scholarships to students pursuing primary care health professions training in return for a commitment to provide primary health services in a Health Professional Shortage Area.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services works with physicians to request a waiver for the 2-year home residency requirement for foreign-trained physicians holding J-1 visas. Physicians are required to practice in mental health or in primary care health professional shortage areas.

The Diversity in Medicine Scholarship Program is funded by the New York State Department of Health and administered through the Associated Medical Schools of New York. It is intended to support all or part of one year of medical school tuition for students who are from educationally and/or economically underserved backgrounds. In exchange for tuition support, recipients agree to work in an underserved area in NYS upon completion of their medical education.

Regents Physician Loan Forgiveness Award Program is a service-obligated loan repayment program for primary care, internal medicine, emergency medicine, or psychiatric physicians who provide services in a Regents-designated shortage area or shortage facility.

The New York State Primary Care Service Corps Loan Repayment Program is a service-obligated loan repayment program that is designed to increase the supply of certain clinical practitioners in health professional shortage areas.