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HRSA Health Resources & Services Administration

More than28,000,000 patients seen at HRSA funded Health Centers in FY 2019
In FY 20191,900 nurses and nursing faculty serving at facilities with a critical shortage of nurses or teaching at accredited schools of nursing
More than 500,000 people with diagnosed HIV received services through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS program in 2018

HRSA Grants – FY 2019

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Click on a state or territory to download the FY 19 Fact Sheet PDF

State FY 2019 Funding Unique Awardees Total Awards
U.S. Minor Islands $0 0 0
Marshall Islands $1,431,287 1 4
Republic of Palau $2,138,335 1 6
Federated States of Micronesia $3,763,201 5 9
Northern Mariana Islands $4,659,402 3 10
American Samoa $5,183,902 2 7
Guam $5,787,282 3 10
U.S. Virgin Islands $7,699,143 5 11
Wyoming $13,860,196 9 21
North Dakota $24,247,976 12 29
South Dakota $33,599,375 13 31
Delaware $35,196,539 12 25
Vermont $41,811,470 19 32
Nebraska $47,527,110 21 45
New Hampshire $48,219,142 27 50
Rhode Island $52,917,956 22 39
Nevada $53,903,481 22 42
Idaho $70,920,478 22 41
Montana $71,314,584 28 57
Hawaii $72,518,081 31 55
Maine $76,902,602 37 68
Utah $82,728,754 23 55
Kansas $84,002,904 35 65
Alaska $91,092,686 33 54
Iowa $92,094,463 32 63
Wisconsin $103,907,416 39 69
Arkansas $105,391,273 27 64
West Virginia $110,240,769 42 79
Minnesota $112,898,335 40 76
New Mexico $115,096,783 36 74
Oklahoma $116,759,670 38 73
District of Columbia $121,050,979 28 66
Connecticut $121,346,826 39 80
Mississippi $133,377,211 34 71
Oregon $139,686,509 48 84
Kentucky $140,723,609 54 101
Indiana $150,641,155 49 89
Arizona $160,849,811 40 79
South Carolina $171,150,286 42 87
Virginia $172,963,833 60 105
Alabama $175,320,093 37 88
Colorado $182,807,491 53 100
Tennessee $183,974,535 57 110
Puerto Rico $187,012,496 32 62
Maryland $190,356,308 46 88
Louisiana $193,137,849 62 110
New Jersey $196,056,171 50 94
Missouri $212,488,602 68 129
Washington $238,902,791 59 114
Michigan $260,019,061 81 141
North Carolina $273,407,974 75 171
Massachusetts $289,934,095 79 178
Ohio $305,498,679 96 164
Georgia $312,512,764 81 143
Pennsylvania $354,740,306 109 192
Illinois $392,979,004 88 177
Florida $548,478,303 95 171
Texas $587,288,131 140 224
New York $686,888,481 152 303
California $1,166,112,226 264 459
Primary Care/Health Centers

Primary Care/Health Centers

Provides comprehensive primary and preventive health care to more than 28 million people across the country.

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

Maintains a comprehensive system of HIV care and services to more than half a million people each year.

Health Workforce

Health Workforce

Improves the health of the underserved by strengthening the health workforce.

Shortage Designation

Shortage Designation

Determines areas with a shortage of health care resources to ensure resources reach the populations with greatest needs.

Rural Health

Rural Health

Helps increase access to care for underserved populations and build health care capacity in rural communities.