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Member Forum: Graduate Medical Education Money
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Community Health Centers will hear about the new money available for starting new residency programs, and expanding current residency programs. Healthlinc CEO, BEth Wrobel and GME board chair Eugene Johnson will discuss how to make residency programs work for CHCs. In addition, we are fielding topics for open discussion. When you register, what are some burning questions you wish to hear about from your peers.

9/18/2018
When: Tuesday, September 18, 2018
10:00 AM
Where: The Sol Center
708 E. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN  46202
United States
Presenter: Beth Wrobel, HealthLinc and Eugene Johnson, Indiana Commission for Higher Education
Contact: Jason Bundy
317-630-0855


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The Graduate Medical Education Board was created in 2015 to expand medical education in Indiana by funding new residency program slots at licensed hospitals and qualifying non-profit organizations. The board may grant funds to support residents who are not federally funded, provide technical assistance to organizations that wish to establish residency programs, cover infrastructure costs for residency program expansion, and provide startup funding for residency programs.

Learn how Community Health Centers can expand their current residency program, start a new residency program, and make them valuable.

Eugene Johnson, Assistant Commissioner for Special Projects and Program Management of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education and Beth Wrobel, CEO HealthLinc Community Health Center will talk about money available for Health Centers and what resources are needed to make it worth the effort.

Open discussion: Possible topics include, How IPHCA can support our members when grants are released, cultural competency, and anything else you wish to discuss. 

Lunch will be served.



Location: The Sol Center, 708 E. Michigan St, Indianapolis, IN 46202                    FREE PARKING!!!!