Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), Office of Policy Initiatives and Budget
06/04/20 12:00 Noon Receipt
Grants to Wisconsin rural hospitals and healthcare organizations to develop educational programs in a variety of medical specialties. Funding is intended to support the creation and expansion of accredited programs and fellowships with rural and clinical training opportunities at the graduate level. The purpose of the program is to increase access to quality healthcare by increasing the number of physicians practicing in rural and underserved areas of the State.
Priority medical specialties (funding is not limited to these areas):
The purpose of the New Graduate Medical Education Program Grant is to assist rural hospitals and groups of rural hospitals in developing accredited GME programs in a range of medical specialties needed in rural communities. Grant funds shall be used to assist hospitals in procuring infrastructure and increasing case volume to the extent necessary to develop these programs with a substantial number of rural training experiences. For purposes of this RFA, rural is defined as any hospital not located in a designated “1st class” city. (For definitions, see Additional Eligibility below.)
Funds may also be used to develop Fellowships and Alternative Tracks, such as Rural Training Tracks and less formal rural tracks. (An Alternative Track is an existing, accredited GME program in a targeted specialty that seeks to add or expand rural training experiences; it may include the addition of new resident positions.)
For a list of Allowable Costs, see http://publicnotices.wi.gov/GetAttachment.asp?aid=2632&lnid=1534774#page=4.
GrantWatch ID#: 159982
Grant Amount: $750,000 maximum per grantee
The effective date of agreements awarded under this funding opportunity will be July 1, 2020. Activities may begin July 2020.
Grant Period: Up to 3 years, dependent on proposal request
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit the completed application to:
Office of Policy Initiatives and Budget
For questions, contact Linda McCart at (608)266-9296 or at the above email address.
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