Arizona J-1 Waiver Program is no Longer Accepting Applications

The Arizona Department of  Health confirmed on January 6, 2012 that it had received 28 Conrad 30 applications through the end of December. The J-1 waiver program is now closed. The Arizona J-1 waiver program is expected to reopen in March for the remaining 2 slots and any additional slots made available if pending applications do not result in waiver recommendations.

The Arizona Bureau of Health Systems Development (HSD) supports a variety of programs and services meant to improve access to high quality primary health care, particularly for the uninsured and other vulnerable populations.


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