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HRSA’s programs improve access to health care by strengthening the health care workforce, building healthy communities, and achieving health equity. These programs provide health care to people who are geographically isolated, economically or medically vulnerable.

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Data as of 05/27/2020

HRSA Grants

HRSA has thousands of active grants worth billions of dollars to improve and expand health care services for underserved people.

 HRSA Grants  
Active Grants*: $284,522,015 through 194 grants to 50 grantees
FY 2020** Awarded Grants: $131,071,795 through 155 grants to 38 grantees
FY 2019 Awarded Grants: $140,636,509 through 86 grants to 48 grantees
FY 2018 Awarded Grants: $131,577,157 through 78 grants to 45 grantees
FY 2017 Awarded Grants: $129,630,613 through 71 grants to 41 grantees
FY 2016 Awarded Grants: $128,598,442 through 80 grants to 44 grantees
FY 2015 Awarded Grants: $130,178,952 through 87 grants to 47 grantees
FY 2014 Awarded Grants: $108,364,262 through 98 grants to 50 grantees
FY 2013 Awarded Grants: $94,749,444 through 91 grants to 51 grantees


Health Care and Other Services

HRSA programs provide vital health services for medically vulnerable populations.

 Health Care and Other Services  
Health Center Service Delivery and Look-Alike Sites: 285
Total Number of Reporting Program Grantees (2017)1: 30
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Providers: 20
Organ Transplant Programs2: 7
National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Approved Sites: 392
National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Full Time Equivalents: 342.62
National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Job Vacancies: 42


Shortage Areas

HRSA identifies geographic areas, population groups, and facilities with too few primary care, dental, and mental health providers.

 Shortage Areas3  
Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSA): 375
Medically Underserved Areas/Populations (MUA/P): 60


*An active grant is defined by HRSA as a grant whose project period end date is beyond the current date. Grants can be active whether or not they have received an award funding in the current fiscal year.

**Fiscal year-to-date funding. This data represents real time awards to date and may not include funds that have been committed but not yet awarded.

1 Health Center Service Delivery Site Grantee data as reported in the Uniform Data System calendar year 2017 reporting cycle. Data is reported at the health center organizational level and not the individual site level. To learn more about the Uniform Data System and view more detailed information, please visit the HRSA Health Center Program Grantee Data site.

2 Organ Transplant Programs are listed at the state level.

3 Shortage area boundaries can cross state, county, congressional district, and ZIP Code boundaries. Counts include any area all or partially within the selected geographic area.


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