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HRSA Health Resources & Services Administration

In FY 20181,865 nurses and nursing faculty serving at facilities with a critical shortage of nurses or teaching at accredited schools of nursing
In FY 2018 36,018 people received organ transplants
Each year4,000,000 children with special health care needs served through the Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant program

HRSA Grants – FY 2018

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State FY 2018 Funding Distinct Grantees Distinct Grants
U.S. Minor Islands $0 0 0
Marshall Islands $1,171,465 1 4
Republic of Palau $1,853,200 1 6
American Samoa $5,269,047 2 7
Guam $5,164,805 3 9
Northern Mariana Islands $3,916,825 3 11
Federated States of Micronesia $3,610,486 5 9
U.S. Virgin Islands $9,998,438 5 14
Wyoming $14,971,359 9 22
Delaware $34,623,753 11 24
North Dakota $23,849,930 13 32
South Dakota $33,827,557 16 37
Vermont $33,721,370 19 32
Idaho $69,358,395 22 42
Nevada $51,706,177 22 44
Utah $78,155,450 22 50
Rhode Island $51,912,151 23 36
Arkansas $99,416,881 24 57
New Hampshire $45,308,324 24 48
Nebraska $48,967,363 25 51
Hawaii $71,637,228 30 53
Iowa $86,836,601 30 57
District of Columbia $122,028,413 31 74
Montana $69,141,232 31 63
Alaska $90,336,265 33 57
Puerto Rico $198,882,383 33 80
Kansas $76,167,988 34 63
New Mexico $107,056,371 34 71
Arizona $158,651,192 36 74
Mississippi $131,048,642 36 77
Oklahoma $104,718,624 36 64
Connecticut $124,843,580 37 70
Maine $73,177,029 37 65
West Virginia $102,422,797 37 71
Wisconsin $105,906,526 37 70
Alabama $183,651,898 38 98
South Carolina $175,622,392 39 107
Indiana $148,015,344 41 78
Minnesota $108,923,404 43 81
Maryland $173,284,226 44 86
Oregon $131,577,157 45 78
Colorado $174,249,426 50 95
Kentucky $132,218,673 52 93
New Jersey $201,314,177 52 89
Washington $216,716,703 54 107
Louisiana $174,605,798 57 105
Tennessee $188,149,303 58 99
Missouri $199,024,021 61 114
Virginia $182,993,080 62 112
Michigan $248,416,464 72 128
North Carolina $257,052,210 73 168
Georgia $287,895,970 80 163
Massachusetts $282,113,684 85 175
Florida $564,953,004 90 205
Illinois $387,770,971 91 168
Ohio $277,062,744 95 152
Pennsylvania $351,848,922 110 202
Texas $574,535,975 136 252
New York $701,367,544 156 290
California $1,167,240,628 257 451
Primary Care/Health Centers

Primary Care/Health Centers

Provides comprehensive primary and preventive health care to nearly 26 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.

Maternal & Child Health

Maternal and Child Health

Funds programs and outreach to ensure the health and well-being of women and children.

Rural Health

Rural Health

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