Physicians for a Healthy California (PHC) is now accepting applications for the third cycle of the graduate medical education (GME) grant program, CalMedForce . CalMedForce dedicates voter-approved, state tobacco tax revenues from Proposition 56 (2016) to train physicians and help California address its growing physician shortage, which is estimated to reach a 10,500-clinician shortfall by 2030 (California Future Health Workforce Commission). The program will award approximately $38 million to primary care and emergency medicine residency programs in California, and hundreds of programs in hospitals, medical centers and community clinics have received almost $76 million so far. All eligible residency programs are encouraged to apply, and priority will be given to programs in medically underserved areas and populations. Applications are due by September 21, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. (PST), and resources include: Application Guidelines Webinars Frequently Asked Questions Please share this information with interested parties, and email CalMedForce@phcdocs.org with “subscribe” in the subject line to be added to our distribution list. Visit CalMedForce.org for more information, including fact sheets, infographics and awardee information from previous cycles.