The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) provides the following
links for possible sources of additional information for various
topics. NHSC is not responsible for the information provided on
these sites; linking to outside resources is not an endorsement
of their content or accuracy.
Web Site Resources for
NHSC Recruitment Training and Support Center
Site Visit and Relocation Web Site for
NHSC 2007 Scholars
National Association of Community Health Centers
The national trade association serving and representing the
interests of America's community
health centers. Read
more, or visit their web site America's
HRSA Information Center
Publications and resources on health care services for the underserved.
Public Health Foundation
A Web site that provides a searchable gateway to information
about the infrastructure of public health systems that protect
the public's health.
The Healthcare Collaborator
A monthly online newsletter offering you the communication strategies
you need to build better working relationships with the people
you count on most: your colleagues!
National Area Health Education Center (AHEC)
Offers programs that work with community and academic partners
to address the primary health care workforce needs and health
promotion and disease prevention information needs of medically
United States Public Health Service
The mission of the Public Health Service (PHS) Commissioned
Corps is to provide highly-trained and mobile health professionals
who carry out programs to promote the health of the Nation,
understand and prevent disease and injury, assure safe and effective
drugs and medical devices, deliver health services to Federal
beneficiaries, and furnish health expertise in time of war or
other national or international emergencies.
(CNMs) and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)
Provides information on specific FQHCs in need of CNMs.
The Virtual Health Care Team®
A collection of interdisciplinary cases sponsored by the School
of Health Professions and the School of Medicine, University
of Missouri, Columbia.
Volunteers in Health Care
Online resource for health professionals and organizations looking
to organize or expand volunteer-led medical and dental services
for the uninsured in their communities.
American Project Access Network
Project Access systems serve people who are not eligible for
Medicare or Medicaid, yet are not financially able to provide
health insurance for themselves and their families.
Council on Graduate Medical Education
Provides an ongoing assessment of physician workforce trends,
training issues and financing policies, and recommends appropriate
Federal and private sector efforts on these issues.
Directory of Primary Care Associations
Directory of Primary Care Offices
The U.S. Surgeon General's Family History
This initiative seeks to provide accessible methods for easily
obtaining an accurate family health history and to increase
use of the family health history in disease prevention and health
Mental and Behavioral
Health Training & Courses