CSUS Chico awarded $105,000.


 


CALIFORNIA AWARDS MILLIONS TO EXPAND ITS HEALTHCARE WORKFORCE


SACRAMENTO – Continuing its efforts to strengthen and expand its healthcare workforce, the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) awarded 17 registered nurse education programs a total of $2,799,939.00. Additionally, OSHPD awarded four physician assistant programs a total of $399,999 in Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) funds. The funds were made available through the Song-Brown Program in a competitive process administered through the California Healthcare Workforce Policy Commission.


 


“The Song-Brown Program has been dedicated to providing financial support to California’s healthcare professions workforce programs. These programs are committed to graduating healthcare workforce professionals that are willing to work in California’s underserved areas and provide culturally sensitive and responsive care to its citizens,” said Stephanie Clendenin, Acting Director of OSHPD

CSUS Chico awarded $105,000.


 


CALIFORNIA AWARDS MILLIONS TO EXPAND ITS HEALTHCARE WORKFORCE


SACRAMENTO – Continuing its efforts to strengthen and expand its healthcare workforce, the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) awarded 17 registered nurse education programs a total of $2,799,939.00. Additionally, OSHPD awarded four physician assistant programs a total of $399,999 in Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) funds. The funds were made available through the Song-Brown Program in a competitive process administered through the California Healthcare Workforce Policy Commission.


 


“The Song-Brown Program has been dedicated to providing financial support to California’s healthcare professions workforce programs. These programs are committed to graduating healthcare workforce professionals that are willing to work in California’s underserved areas and provide culturally sensitive and responsive care to its citizens,” said Stephanie Clendenin, Acting Director of OSHPD